The annual awards ceremony was held Thursday at the BB&T Center in Sunrise, Florida, with the hottest acts in Latin music celebrating another year of mega hits, Spanglish collaborations and sensational singles and albums. Hosted by Jacqueline Bracamontes, this year's Latin AMAs, which aired on Telemundo, included a number of hip-shaking performances, powerful acceptance speeches, touching tributes and moving must-see moments.
Later in the ceremony, Martin and Carlos Vives debuted their new collaboration, "Canción Bonita." Having dropped it just two days prior, the Puerto Rican and the Colombian stars did not disappoint with their salsa-tinged love letter to PR.
Camilo and Los Dos Carnales Bring the Desert to Florida
After winning Favorite Pop Album, Camilo and Los Dos Carnalesfused their genres to entertain the crowd by singing their song "Tuyo Y Mío." The group leaned into the vibe of the song for their performance, bringing a desert-like set to the BB&T Center in Florida.
The country superstar took the stage with Spanish sensation David Bisbal to perform their bilingual song, "Tears of God." Released back in December, Underwood impressed with her strong vocals and even sung in Spanish.
Before receiving the Extraordinary Evolution Award, Ozuna delivered a jam-packed performance of some of his greatest hits, including "Se Preparo," "Vaina Loca," "Dile Que Tu Me Quieres" and "Si Tu Marido No Te Quiere." There was an extra-special moment when he was surprised by his grandma, who joined him onstage.
❤️ Este es el emotivo momento en que la abuela de @ozuna le entrega el Premio Evolución Extraordinaria en los #LatinAMAs.
Additionally, there was a special tribute for the late Joan Sebastian. His ex-wife Maribel Guardia, introduced Joss Favela who kicked off the performance dedicated to the Mexican singer-songwriter, who died July 13, 2015.