Latin AMAs 2022: Here's Who's Hosting, Performing and Presenting

Luis Fonsi 2017 Latin GRAMMY
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The awards ceremony will air live April 21 on Telemundo.

At this year's Latin American Music Awards, expect a lot of stand-out performances!

CNCO, Emilia, Farruko, Gera MX, Luis Fonsi, Prince Royce and Reik have all been confirmed to perform at this year's awards show, which will be hosted by Rafael Amaya, Jacqueline Bracamontes, and Cristián de la Fuente.

Come April 21, they'll be taking the stage during the big show along with previously announced performers Black Eyed Peas, Boza, Calibre 50, Chiquis, Esteman, Gerardo Ortiz, Gloria Trevi, Jesse & Joy, Jhay Cortez, Lit Killah, Los Ángeles Azules, María Becerra, Nicki Nicole, Sofia Reyes, Ozuna and Tiago PZK.

Additionally, Mexican singer Christian Nodal will be recognized with the Extraordinary Evolution award, and will give a special performance. The Latin AMAs Extraordinary Evolution award is a special honor presented to a young performer who has demonstrated change and accelerated growth as an artist. Other artists who previously received this recognition include Maluma in 2018, Becky G in 2019 and Ozuna in 2021.

Nodal, 23, enjoyed a rapid rise to success since he burst onto the music scene at the age of 17, breaking new ground with his own style that fuses classical Mariachi sounds with exquisite dashes of accordion. This has given the world of Mexican music a new twist to this world-renowned sound, now converted by this talented artist into "Mariacheño," and is enjoyed by audiences of all ages.

Christian Nodal - Latin AMAs

And that's not all -- Lupita D'Alessio is officially a legend! The 67-year-old Mexican singer will be honored with the Legend award at the Latin AMAs, and will also perform during the awards ceremony.

The Legend Award is presented every year to an artist who has attained success and stood the test of time. D'Alessio has done just that, boasting more than 50 years as a successful musician and creating a unique style that has elevated her as one of Mexico's most renowned artists as well as a music superstar in Latin America. During the past five decades, she's made 60 live, studio and compilation albums, participated in 11 soap operas, and sold over 40 million albums.

D'Alessio and Nodal won't be the only artist being recognized at the Latin AMAs. Check out this year's list of nominees here

As for who will be presenting, Adamari López, Akim, Alicia Machado, Andrea Meza, César Millán, Cristina Eustace, Giselle Blondet, Grupo Firme, Héctor Sandarti, Jimena Gállego, Joel DELEÕN, José Luis Rodríguez El Puma, Julio Vaqueiro, Lenin Ramírez, Luis Vazquez, Mariah Angeliq,Mario Cimarro, Myrka Dellanos, Don René Camacho and Sofia Castro will all hit the stage.

The Latin AMAs air live April 21 on Telemundo from Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino's Michelob Ultra Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada.