10 Moments That Made Watching the Latin Grammys Worth Every Minute
This year, the Latin Grammys were all about watching artists from all over the world come together and put on performances you have never seen before. There were some exhilarating moments and others that will tug at your heartstrings. We are recapping (or telling you, if you missed it) all the moments that made the Latin Grammys worth watching this year.
Roselyn Sanchez Hosted After Giving Birth
The 44-year-old gave birth to her son, Dylan Gabriel Winter, just two weeks ago, but she didn't let that stop her from hosting the award show, alongside Jaime Camil.
Maluma Performed His Hit "Felices Los 4"
The Colombian heartthrob took it old school and performed his hit song on stage.
Juan Luis Guerra Presented Alejandro Sanz With a Huge Award
Alejandro Sanz received the Latin Grammy person of the year award for his "significant artistic and philanthropic contributions to the world."
Alessia Cara, Logic, and Juanes Came Together to Perform
For the first time ever, Alessia Cara, Logic, and Juanes performed a Spanglish version of the song, "1-800-273-8255." It literally sent chills down our spines.
CNCO Brought a Hit Song to Life
The boy band performed their hit song "Reggaeton Lento," coordinated with fabulous dance moves to match.
J Balvin, French Montana, Bad Bunny, and Steve Aoki Took the Stage
These four musical geniuses knocked it out of the park with their blended performance. J Balvin and Bad Bunny started with their song "Si Tu Novio Te Deja Sola," then Balvin joined French Montana to sing a Spanglish version of "Unforgettable," and finished off with an EDM version of "Mi Gente" alongside Steve Aoki.
"Despacito" Got a Serious Remix
Luis Fonsi brought out Victor Manuelle, Bomba Estereo, and Diplo to perform a version of "Despacito" that no one had heard before.
Alejandro Sanz Dedicated His Performance to DREAMers
After receiving the person of the year award, Alejandro performed his hit song "Corazón Parti" with a little help from a group of DREAMers.
Nicky Jam Gave "El Amante" a New Life
The superstar switched up his hit "El Amante" by performing an acoustic version of the song before taking it back to it's original reggaeton form.
Carlos Vive and Sebastian Yatra Brought an Electric Vibe to the Stage
Sebastian Yatra made us swoon on the piano, before Carlos Vives joined him on stage for their hit "Robarte un Beso".