Premio Lo Nuestro, La Roja’s Guide to Univision’s Gran Noche de Musica Latina!
“Premio Lo Nuestro,” the longest-running Latin music awards show in Spanish-language television, is live tonight from Miami and I will be there! This is one of the hottest shows of the year, so don’t forget to tune in to Univisionat 8/7c. The evening is going to be packed with amazing performances, so I have gone through the long list and picked out what I consider to be the must-see of the night!
La Roja’s Premio Lo Nuestro Must-See List:
- Opening Act: It goes without saying that the opening number is always a must-see, but this year, Daddy Yankee is going to really get the crowd going with his ultra-popular hit “Lovumba.”
- Pitbull’s Double Act: The hardest-working Latino in the Biz, is going to treat the crowd with not one but two numbers tonight and we can’t decide which is going to be more amazing!
- In a blazing triple threat, Juan Magan, El Cata and Pitbull will team up to set the stage on fire singing the chart topping single “Bailando Por El Mundo.”
- Pitbull will perform “International Love” for the first time with American R&B pop star Chris Brown.
- Mexico…Rock N’ Roll Style: In a remarkable duo act, the legendary Alejandra Guzmán will sing along with Mexican punk-rock group, Moderatto. I have a special place in my heart for both of these acts, and I’m especially excited to see them rock-out together!
- Romeo…o Romeo: Beloved “Bachata King” Romeo Santos, debuts his single “Mi Santa” and should have all the ladies under his spell within moments…
I’ll be tweeting, posting pics and videos LIVE from the pre-show, showtime, and after parties tonight so follow @LasGringasBlog now so you won’t miss a beat!
Ready for the complete list of performers? (Take a deep breath):
Daddy Yankee, Prince Royce, Pitbull w/ Chris Brown, Luis Fonsi, Reik, Shaila Durcal, Larry Hernandez, Alejandra Guzman, Gerardo Ortiz, Intocable, Tito El Bambino, Chino y Nacho, El Cata, Elvis Crespo, Espinoza Paz, Juan Magan, Moderatto, Laura Pausini, Los del Puente, Mariachi Sol de México de José Hernández, Paulina Rubio and Sie7e.