The Amas de casa desesperadas (Univisión) actress was the best dressed of the entire evening. Period. Exposing her back, this halter yellow synthetic dress made this beauty stand out in a crowd of people who just couldn't take their eyes off of her.
Although it looked like her tiny waist could have used some Twinkies, the Mexican songstress showed up in a beautifully embroidered Ema Savahl mini dress and a pair of precious 1940's-inspired heels.
The Puerto Rican singer/soap actor looked glammed up in Gucci's modernized Saturday Night Fever-inspired suit.
The pop singer's black Adolfo Domínguez dress was all the rage on the red carpet. Her peacock-feathered top lent an elegant flair to her chic ballerina A-line skirt, making her look poised and sensual.
The Puerto Rican raggaeton Queen made her usual fashion splash on the red carpet with this very revealing and cute cream-colored Mariano Lumbi dress, which she accessorized with sparkly Chanel necklace.
WISIN & YANDEL
It takes one duo to make another duo look great. The raggaeton rappers donned designs by Dolce & Gabana to attend the awards
The Mexican actress/singer designed this herself, using Missoni fabric, which offered a much needed punch of color to the green carpet. The sweet and simple frock was styled with a rustic belt, strappy heels and unique jewelry to give the Mexican actress/singer a 60s retro look.
TITO, EL BAMBINO
He charmed us with the motorcycle jacket and the Top-Gun aviators, but the slick tie is what made this outfit a favorite among the men who walked the red carpet.
Only designer Alexander McQueen could have created this funky urban ensemble for the lead vocalist of Bachata group Aventura.
The hearthrob looked incredibly stylish and sexy in his Gucci shoes and slacks, which he paired with a crisp Dolce & Gabbana shirt and jacket and topped off with a colorful green kerchief tucked in his pocket.
We love the Venezuelen actress, and so did this dress. Her beautiful figure stood out in this shimmery metallic silver garment.
Like a blast from the past, this retro baby-doll dress with bell sleeves by designer David Salomón looked simply stunning on the Mexican actress who accented it with a leopard belt and gold heels.
The news reporter looked glamorous with her flowing locks and a strapless pale lavender dress, uniquely designed by Anel Verna.
A local L.A. designer helped the singer put together this perfectly punk-chic outfit together, with a pair of black Converse to boot.
Strapless mini dresses ruled the red carpet, and the Colombia newscaster didn't fall behind on the trend with this turquoise blue garment designed by Rosita Hurtado.