VIPAccessEXCLUSIVE: Iconic Latin Artists Were Celebrated At The Legendary 2017 Latin American Music Awards – RECAP Here Plus See The Full List Of Winners!

Photo Credits: @LatinAMAs on Instagram

From unforgettable, high-energy performances, to jaw-dropping, stunning, red carpet attires, and of course, the many remarkable musicians being honored at the event – it all happened at the renowned and prestigious 2017 Latin American Music Awards, which took place on October 26, 2017 at the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles, California. The Latin AMAs was definitely the trending topic on every social media platform highlighting what was one of the greatest award shows from this year. So many of our favorite musicians and celebrities joined together under one roof to honor the iconic Latin artists we all know and love in an award show that was voted by the fans. With the power in the hands of the fans, music sensations including CNCO, Prince Royce and Enrique Iglesias were the top winners of the night with CNCO and Prince Royce garnering four awards and Enrique Iglesias winning three.

The Latin American Music Awards was jam-packed with an endless amount of excitement. It all started off with the special “La Alfombra de Latin AMAs” which showcased all of the glamorous and spectacular outfits that the celebrities wore as they made their way onto the purple carpet of the marvelous event. There was a pandemonium on the Hollywood Boulevard as some of the biggest stars in the music industry made their way to the Latin AMAs. Fifth Harmony, Becky G, Diego Boneta, Prince Royce, Jesse & Joy, Abraham Mateo, and many others looked phenomenal as they had their highly-anticipated arrival at the event.

Then, it was time for the party to begin! In addition to all of the excellent performances and wonderful awards being distributed, one crucial thing that makes an award show successful are the hosts, and the Latin AMAs had two of the greatest hosts an award show could have. The Latin American Music Awards was hosted by the one and only, singing sensation Becky G and the prolific actor and musician, Diego Boneta. The night honored many terrific musicians for their extraordinary, music projects that we all love listening to on constant repeat.

The stupendous and consummate musician, Pitbull was honored with a special award at the Latin AMAs – the Latin AMA Dick Clark Achievement Award for not only his record-breaking achievements in the entertainment industry but for also using his platform to inspire others, help those in need and make a big difference in the lives of many. Pitbull was joined by Fifth Harmony for a mesmerizing performance of a medley of “Por Favor,” “Boom Boom,” and “Don’t Stop The Party.”

The Latin AMAs made history with so many memorable moments. The award show had exceptional performances from Alejandra Guzman and Gloria Trevi, Chayanne and Wisin, Banda MS de Sergio Lizarraga, Jesse & Joy and Gente de Zona, Christian Nodal, Angeles, Farruko, Abraham Mateo and Christian Daniel, Manuel Medrano and Natalia Jimenez, Bacilos, Pablo Alboran, Prince Royce with Farruko, Natalia Jimenez with Chiquis Rivera, and Ozuna and Wisin. Camila Cabello also took the stage to perform her hit song, “Havana” and Latin AMAs host Becky G performed with Bad Bunny.

The Latin American Music Awards was absolutely brilliant and it’s so magnificent to see how music truly brings us all together. I, Alexisjoyvipaccess had the greatest honor of covering and attending the Latin American Music Awards again for the second year in a row. Check out some more pictures from the event below and stay tuned for interviews with your favorite artists from the event on!

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Photo Credits: @LatinAMAs on Instagram and Alexisjoyvipaccess


Also, be sure to check out the full list of winners from the Latin AMAs below! (Source: E! News)

New Artist of the Year: Ozuna

Artist of the Year: Enrique Iglesias

Song of the Year: Prince Royce & Shakira, “Deja Vu”

Album of the Year: CNCO, Primera Cita

Favorite Female Artist—Pop/Rock: Gloria Trevi

Favorite Male Artist—Pop/Rock: Enrique Iglesias

Favorite Duo or Group—Pop/Rock: CNCO

Favorite Album—Pop/Rock: CNCO, Primera Cita

Favorite Song—Pop/Rock: CNCO, “Reggaeton Lento (Bailemos)”

Favorite Artist—Regional Mexican: Gerardo Ortiz

Favorite Duo or Group—Regional Mexican: Banda Sinaloense MS de Sergio Lizárraga

Favorite Album—Regional Mexican: Jenni Rivera, Paloma Negra Desde Monterrey

Favorite Song—Regional Mexican: Christian Nodal, “Adiós Amor”

Favorite Artist—Urban: J Balvin

Favorite Song—Urban: Maluma, “Felices Los 4”

Favorite Artist—Tropical: Prince Royce

Favorite Album—Tropical: Prince Royce, Five

Favorite Song—Tropical: Prince Royce & Shakira, “Deja Vu”

Favorite Collaboration: Enrique Iglesias Featuring Descemer Bueno, Zion & Lennox, “Súbeme La Radio”

Favorite Crossover Artist: Selena Gomez

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