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Entertainment Latin Grammys 2019: Moments you might have missed, including Alicia Keys, Juanes

11:55  15 november  2019
11:55  15 november  2019 Source:   usatoday.com

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Latin Grammys 2019 : Memorable moments from the star-studded awards show in Las Vegas. Charles Ventura. USA TODAY. Latin music's biggest stars were The six-minute opening paid tribute to icons Celia Cruz, Juan Gabriel, Joan Sebastian and Gustavo Cerati, with Cruz's anthem "La Vida Es Un

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Latin music's biggest stars were on hand to celebrate the Latin Grammy Awards, and they didn't disappoint with a jam-packed three-hour show Thursday night.

Anitta, Milly Quezada that are talking to each other: Brazilian star Anitta (left) joins merengue legends Olga Tañon (center) and Milly Quezada (right) as they kick start the 2019 Latin Grammys covering Celia Cruz's “La Vida es un Carnaval. © Chris Pizzello, Invision/AP Images Brazilian star Anitta (left) joins merengue legends Olga Tañon (center) and Milly Quezada (right) as they kick start the 2019 Latin Grammys covering Celia Cruz's “La Vida es un Carnaval."

The Latin Grammys celebrated its 20th anniversary with a multi-artist opening act — featuring Prince Royce, Anitta, Fito Páez, Natalia Jiménez, Beto Cuevas, Calibre 50, Carlos Rivera, Draco Rosa, Leonel García, Milly Quezada, Olga Tañón, Reik and Tony Succar — in a massive tribute to Latin music's legacy.

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— Latin GRAMMYs (@ LatinGRAMMYs ) November 15, 2019 . Alicia Keys performs with Pedro — Latin GRAMMYs (@ LatinGRAMMYs ) November 15, 2019 . Person of the Year, Juanes , gets After this year’s Person of the Year performed a medley of his songs including “A Dios Le Pido” and “La

The Latin Recording Academy will celebrate the 20th anniversary of the Latin Grammy Awards this Thursday From performances from Residente, Ozuna, Prince Royce, Alicia Keys , Anitta and Bad Deemed the 2019 Latin Recording Academy Person of the Year, Colombian star Juanes will perform

The six-minute opener paid tribute to icons Celia Cruz, Juan Gabriel, Joan Sebastian and Gustavo Cerati, with Cruz's anthem "La Vida Es Un Carnaval" getting folks on their feet which was smoothly followed by covers of Gabriel's "Querida" and Sebastian's "Secreto de Amor." 

Host Ricky Martin, who opened the first Latin Grammys in 2000 singing a tribute to Tito Puente with Cruz and Gloria Estafan, finished off the opening act with a cover of Cerati's hit "De Musica Ligera."

Here are the moments that stood out from the star-studded event at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas:

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LATIN GRAMMYS 2019 CHANNELS: Univision is the official home of the Latin Grammys . This nationally known channel can be seen on cable outlets Alicia Keys , a Grammy host herself, takes that stage to give viewers a shows like no other. Expect to see Miguel, Farruko, Ozuna, Beto Cuevas

Latin Grammys 2019 : Everything you need to know about the biggest night in Latin music. Cara will presumably sing "Querer Mejor," her record and song-of-the-year-nominated duet with Juanes , who will be honored as the 2019 Latin Recording Academy Person of the Year and perform a medley of his hits.

"To all musicians, to all members of the academy, with all due respect, reggaeton is part of Latino culture," said Bad Bunny after receiving the best-urban music album award for  "X 100Pre," "To my fellow reggaetoneros: Keep giving it your all and we will continue to bring creativity and ingenuity. Our genre has become views, numbers, and let's keep going and giving people new things."


The night's biggest ovation belongs to Vicente Fernández

For the first time, legendary ranchera singer Fernández performed alongside his son, Alejandro, and grandson, Alex, with the crooners matching in traditional charro outfits and signing "Volver, Volver," which received the night's loudest ovation and encore calls from the Vegas crowd.

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14 the Latin Recording Academy celebrated its 20th annual Latin Grammy ceremony where Rosalia took home five awards. 2. During her interview with Billboard on the Latin Grammys red carpet, Rosalia confessed that the performances she wanted to see most were Bad Bunny and Alejandro Sanz.

Rosalía, the breakout Latin music star of 2019 , and fellow Spaniard Alejandro Sanz were the top Veteran Spanish singer/songwriter Sanz's three awards included record of the year and best pop Person of the year Juanes performed an emotional and really outstandingly executed medley of hits

“I still needed to sing 50 more songs, but I'll owe it to you," said Vicente Fernández after the memorable performance. "All I want to say to God and my public is that you know you are a part of me until the day they bury me. Thank you.”

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Alicia Keys and Miguel add more spice to beach anthem 'Calma'

Keys, who donned a bright pink jumpsuit to perform her new single, “Show Me Love” featuring Miguel and 21 Savage, tried her hand at Spanish as she joined Pedro Capó and Farruko for a feel-good performance of "Calma." 

Capó, who nabbed song of the year earlier in the night for "Calma," struck poses with Keys while Miguel played acoustic guitar as the performers danced around the stage.

Alicia Keys, Pedro Capo standing on a stage: Farruko, left, Alicia Keys, Pedro Capo and Miguel perform a feel-good performance of © VALERIE MACON, AFP via Getty Images Farruko, left, Alicia Keys, Pedro Capo and Miguel perform a feel-good performance of "Calma" during the 20th Annual Latin Grammy Awards.

Man of the hour Juanes gets a heavy (metal) surprise 

Before accepting the Latin Recording Academy person of the year award, Colombian rocker-activist Juanes played some of his greatest hits, including "A Dios Le Pido" and "Camisa Negra."

Juanes, one of Latin America’s most influential artists, has used his voice in support of peace and social justice through his music and various foundation projects. Metallica's Lars Ulrich surprised Juanes after the singer's final performance, awarding the 23-time Latin Grammy Award-winner his new honor.   

 "First of all, I want to tell you something, man: One of the reasons why I'm making music is because of you guys. … You guys changed my life," an emotional Juanes told the legendary heavy metal drummer.

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Juanes personal Metallica moment at the 20th Latin GRAMMYs closed out a memorable week for the 2019 Latin GRAMMYs : Ozuna, Miguel, Alicia Keys , Residente, Farruko, Fito Páez — Latin GRAMMYs (@ LatinGRAMMYs ) November 11, 2019 . These artists join the previously announced

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