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Are You Ready for the Latin Grammys?

Whether you are a fan of bachata or reggaeton, it's a sure bet many of your favorite stars will be part of what is called the "biggest night" in Latin Music. The 16th Annual Latin Grammy Awards will take place on Thursday night Nov. 19 and will include 32 performing artists and 22 presenters.

The show will be broadcast live from the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas and will be co-hosted by actresses Jacqueline Bracamontes and Roselyn Sanchez. Presenters include Mexican actor Diego Boneta, "EGOT" winner Rita Moreno, actress Zoe Saldaña, radio and TV personality Enrique Santos, and Miss Universe 2014 Paulina Vega.

Some of the nominees for "Record of the Year" are Bomba Estéreo for "Fiesta", Miguel Bosé for "Encanto", Juan Luis Guerra for "Tus Besos", Ricky Martin for "Disparo al Corazón", and Julieta Venegas for "Ese Camino".

Here are some of the performances we are excited to see:

Current nominees J Balvin and Farruko alongside Major Lazer and mØ.

Latin Grammy and Grammy winner and current "Record of the Year" nominee Juan Luis Guerra.

Reggaeton Colombian artist and current nominee Maluma with Fifth Harmony.

Singer/songwriter and current nominee for "Best Urban Song" Prince Royce.

Latin Grammy and Grammy winner and current nominee Ricky Martin.

Current nominees Bomba Estéreo and four-time Grammy winner Will Smith will perform their single "Fiesta (Remix)".

The show will air on Univision at 8pET on Thursday.

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