To honor and celebrate the best in Latin music, the hottest acts from all over the world dressed to impress and turned heads while arriving to the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas on Thursday night. It was a night of reflection, celebration, and sizzling styles that deserved the spotlight.
Rosalía was a gem in a flamenco-inspired black with white polka-dot Carolina Herrera gown with white House of CB "Glacier" mules. "It's a special, special dress just for tonight," the singer told ET on the red carpet. "And Carolina Herrera killed it, honestly. Very flamenco."
Sofia Carsonwowed in a billowing hot pink Giambattista Valli gown with a massive train. She paired the dramatic look with Roger Vivier heels.
Alicia Keys rocked an edgy black leather look that consisted of a matching top with joggers and heels.
Anitta looked sizzling in a Georges Hobeika. The creation featured a yellow strapless top with a dramatic bow on the back and a shimmering skirt with a thigh-high slit.
Roselyn Sanchez kept things classy in a long multi-colored sequins dress that showed off her legs.
The guys did not disappoint with their looks. Jesus Navarro, Julio Ramírez and Bibi Marín of Reik pulled off the best coordinated ensembles of the night.
Ricky Martin may have looked dapper in his black tuxedo, but it was his black-and-white marble suit jacket when he opened the show that we couldn't get enough of.
Actor William Levy made us swoon with his navy three-piece suit and black bow-tie.
The award for most unique style has to go to Bad Bunny who wore an over-sized navy coat with a chunky black turtleneck and pants. He accessorized with rectangular-shaped dark sunglasses.
Miguel was tres chic with his all-black ensemble, which featured a stylish structured jacket.
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