The creator of Nuestra Belleza Latina (Univisión) wore this creation by Cuban designer Mayda Cisneros with Cartier jewels.
Always a stunner on the red carpet, the El Gordo y la Flaca host didn't seem to disappoint on the green carpet either when wearing this Jasmine De Milo design.
The host of the awards ceremony graced the green carpet with this dress by Venezuelan designer Nicolás Felizola who was inspired by María Félix. Damiani jewels dress her neck and finger.
The Mexican actress was dressed to the nines in this shiny getup from Mexican designer David Salomón
Nuestra Belleza Mexico 2006 arrived to the awards show wearing this earthy green halter-dress that almost matched the color of the carpet.
ANA MARÍA CANSECO
The host of Despierta América (Univisión) showed up with this black and gold empire-waist gown. But you'd think with such a great dress, she would've gotten her hair done.
This dress, designed by Luis Antonio was worn well by the Puerto Rican singer, who won Best New Artist of the Year.
MARÍA ELENA SALINAS
Univisión's Mexican journalist, wore one of the most glamorous gowns of the evening. Here, she dons a Valentino creation.
The beautiful TV talk show host looked impeccable in this Valentino design.
The Cuban singer won the Person of the Year award, and made heads turn with this Silvia Tcherassi design.
The Puerto Rican best-selling salsa singer was decked out in a three-piece Hugo Boss suit which he paired with a shimmery.
The Mexican Al Diablo Con Los Guapos actor looked like a 007 agent in this formal classic tux.
Cristián de la Fuente
With a pin-striped Dolce & Gabbana navy suit and his wife by his side, the Dancing with the Stars contestant made his his grand entrance to the Latin Grammy's. What do you think of his look?
Crushed velvet jackets were the trend of the evening, and the British-Venezuelan singer-songwriter didn't fall behind with this relaxed look.
The Grammy Award winning soul singer, songwriter, and pianist donned this elegant matte silver suit, designed by Calvin Klein, which he paired with a black shirt and bow tie.
Raúl de Molina
The Gordo y la flaca host wore this suit, designed by Dominican Hipolito Peña, with a Tom Ford bow tie. We can't even begin to guess where he got his shoes from.
The Mexican telenovela hunk played it safe and went for this simple European-cut suit and chic tie.
The reggaetonero traded in his ghetto fabulous sportswear for this classic navy suit, brown 'kerchief, and crisp white buttoned-down shirt.
The Mexican singer looked clean cut with this dashing suit with a bright purple tie and 'kerchief.