The mexican pop group phenomenon ruled the night by winning five awards, followed by Daddy Yankee and Wisin & Yandel, who each took home three statues

Por People Staff
Updated Julio 20, 2007

A constellation of stars came together on Thursday for the 4th annual Premios Juventud at the University Of Miami's BankUnited Center.

The biggest winner of the night was the mexican musical group that took home five statues. Daddy Yankee and Wisín & Yandel followed RBD with three awards each.

Divas Shakira and Jennifer López –who did not attend the show – tied with two awards each. The “Hips Don't Lie” singer took home awards in the “How Well Do You Move?” and “My Idol Is” categories, and the multi-faceted JLo won in the “I Want to Dress Like Her” and “The Girl Who Keeps Me Up” fields.

Besides being chosen as the public's favorite Mexican Regional singer, Alejandro Fernández was recognized for his 15-year career.

Univisión's Angélica Vale and her co-star in the telenovela La fea más bella, Jaime Camil, were the hosts for the night. This tidbit, kept secret until the start of the show, was revealed through a dramatic James Bond-like opening in which Mexican singer Belinda, the show's third host, acted as an undercover agent.

Cruz Martínez and his band Los Súper Reyes opened the show with a bang. Daddy Yankee came on stage aboard a spaceship that was suspended from the ceiling, but once on terra firma, he headed a dynamic dance number with a squadron of robots to the sounds of “Impacto” and “Ella me lleva.”

Wisín & Yandel did their thing in an explosive act with another reggaeton heavyweight, Don Omar. Their choreography had a sci-fi feeling with smog clouds hovering over an intricate laboratory and freezer room set.

The bachata/pop ensemble Aventura also set off sparks. Vocalist Romeo descended to the stage on a massive, metallic heart to sing the song “Mi Corazoncito.” Spaniard David Bisbal ended up soaked after singing “Torre de Babel” and sliding underneath a waterfall that sprouted on stage, prompting the audience to burst into laughter.

RBD, the show's big winners, closed the night with their song “Bésame sin miedo” which was met by a cheerful roar from the audience. All the winners are on the following page


–Perfect Combination: Wisín y Yandel, Daddy Yankee, Héctor el Father, Tony Tun Tun & Zion (“Noche de Entierro”)
–Best Moves:
–I Hear Them Everywhere: RBD
–Catchiest Tune: “Pegao” – Wisín y Yandel
– CD to Die For: “Celestial” – RBD
– My Favorite Concert: RBD
– Best Ballad:
“Algún día” – RBD
– Favorite Regional Mexican Artist: Alejandro Fernández
– Favorite Rock Star: Maná
– Favorite Pop Artist: RBD
– Favorite Tropical Artist: Aventura
– Favorite Urban Artist: Daddy Yankee
– Favorite Video: “Noche de entierro” (Wisín y Yandel, Daddy Yankee, Héctor el Father, Tony Tun Tun & Zion)


– Can He Act or What?: Antonio Banderas
– She Steals the Show: Bárbara Mori
– Favorite Flick: La mujer de mi hermano


– Most Electrifying Guy Jock: Rafael Márquez
– Most Electrifying Girl Jock: Ana Guevara
– I'm a Die Hard Fan of…: Los Yankees de Nueva York
– Rookie of the Year:José Bernabé Teyes (Mets de Nueva York)


– My Idol Is…: Shakira
– Paparazzi's Favorite Target: Luis Miguel


– She's Got Style: Jennifer López
– He's Got Style:Luis Fonsi
–What a Hottie!: Alfonso Herrera
–Super Model: Dayanara Torres
– Girl of my Dreams: Jennifer López