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Dominican artist Juan Luis Guerra was recognized as Person of the Year last night with a tribute honoring his stellar 23-year career.
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SHAKE THAT BON-BON!
Ricky Martin did some sexy hip dancing during his performance at the event for the Dominican singer.
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YOU'RE THE BEST...
...Singer Lucero told the "La llave de mi corazón" artist, who was also chosen as PEOPLE EN ESPAÑOL's Legend of the Year.
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Angélica Vale didn't arrive on the arm of her friend Manny Pérez, but she still had a happy glow about her.
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And speaking of glowing, TV personality Bárbara Bermudo showed off a dazzling gown when she arrived at the tribute. Imagine what she'll wear tonight on the green carpet!
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HI, MY NAME IS...
Elvis Crespo is definitely pumped to be a nominee, and he didn't want anyone to forget it.
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El Gordo y La Flaca star Lili Estefan had the look of a goddess at the Juan Luis Guerra homage. But where was El Gordo de Molina?
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BRINGIN' THE BLING
Pint-sized reggaeton star Miguelito went with the flow at the ceremony.
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BACK IN BLACK
TV host Ana María Canseco showed up early to enjoy the star-studded event.
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HOT OFF THE PLANE
We caught half of the reggaeton duo Calle 13, René Pérez, arriving at his Las Vegas hotel. What do you think he's jamming to on his iPod?
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Before hosting on the award show's green carpet tonight, Rodner Figueroa (left) took advantage of a chance to pose withDaddy Yankee.
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Shakira and long-time boyfriend Antonio de la Rúa pose together minutes before hitting the red carpet the night of the Colombian singer's benefit concert, pre-show for the premiere of Love in the Time of Cholera.
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(From left to right) El Gordo y La Flaca (Univisión) reporter Jessica Maldonado, actress Angélica Vale and KLVE host Silvia Botello are all smiles when they arrive at their hotel.
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Model Angie Cepeda makes a dazzling appearance at the Love in the Time of Cholera premiere. The also actress plays Widow Nazaret in the film.
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WHO SAID GIFTS?
(From left to right) Tony Meléndez, Rolando Pérez and Juan Domínguez, members of Mexican group Conjunto Primavera, leave with their loot from the Latin GRAMMY Gift Lounge, where guests get spoiled with iPods, trips and other fun surprises.
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NO SINFUL SHOW
Shakira gives an acoustic performance prior to the premiere of the movie based on García Márquez's novel. The concert's proceeds will go to the Colombian singer's Fundación Pies Descalzos (Bare Feet Foundation).