Ricky Martin hit the stage with the Blue Man Group to kick off the Latin GRAMMYs, giving an electrifying performance and even ditching the mic for a moment to show off his drum skills.
Eugenio Derbez and Lucero were jokesters as they hosted the Las Vegas event, keeping the audience laughing with appropriate, and some not-so-appropriate jokes.
Reggaeton star Daddy Yankee got the crowd out of their seats when he – along with some flashy Vegas gals – performed "Ella me levantó."
The never-quiet Ivy Queen made quite a stir when she came on stage in a geisha costume to sing "Que lloren."
René Pérez, member of reggaeton duo Calle 13, does his thing on stage while performing with Afro-Cuban group Orishas (not pictured).
With her sweet voice, Spanish singer Shaila Dúrcal moved the audience when she sang "Amor eterno," a tribute to her deceased mother, Rocío Dúrcal.
Italian singers Andrea Bocelli and Laura Pausini graced the crowd with a fusion of both their angelic voices.
Juan Luis Guerra closed the show with a performance of "La travesía." The Dominican singer scored five awards at the show, which makes him the big winner of the night. Congrats!