For the first time in its history, the Latin Grammys were held outside the United States: Seville hosted the festival of Latin music highlights.
Dozens of celebrities posed on the red carpet in unprecedented looks.
Shakira, Carole G, Natalia Lafourgate and Bizarrab were the top winners of the night with three Grammys each.
Check out pictures of the best looks from the gala here:
The Colombian arrived on the red carpet in a gold mini dress. To receive the awards, she changed her dress into a long pink dress with yellow polka dots and a flower on one side.
Carol G won Album of the Year and Best Urban Music Album for “Manana Sera Bonito,” in addition to the award she shares with Shakira for “TQH.”
Shakira’s Four Outfits at the Grammys
Shakira’s dress on the red carpet drew attention because of the prominence of the metal piece on the chest. It was one of four outfits worn by the Barranquilla girl who won three Latin Grammy Awards: Best Urban Fusion Song for “TQG” with Carol G, and Best Pop Song and Song of the Year for “Music Session Vol. 53.” , which it shares with producer Bizarb.
For her long-awaited presentations, she first wore a gold dress with a print of the Virgin, then a transparent dress.
To receive the awards, Shakira changed into a long, green dress with sequins and cutouts.
Black is the color Rosalia chose for this Latin Grammy ceremony. She wore a revealing dress on the red carpet and had a bold look on her brows.
For the performance, which opened the night with a powerful performance of “Se nos roto el amor,” Rosalia chose a more relaxed dress, with a plunging neckline.
On the red carpet, Maluma posed with her pregnant partner Susana Gomez. She was dressed in violet, and the artist wore a wide lapel with diamonds and gloves. For her presentation with Karin Leon, the Colombian chose a violet dress
Camilo and Evaluna Montaner
Camilo and his wife Evaluna posed on the red carpet in stunning outfits. She in a dress with sheer panels and ankle boots, he in a combination of tie, long shirt, skirt and lace-up boots. For his presentation with Edgar Barrera, IZA and Manuel Carrasco, Camilo wore wide, light pants and a transparent shirt with asymmetrical buttons.
The Chilean-Mexican artist wore a combination of a leather jacket, a black dress with boleros and a slit on one leg, very thin eyebrows and a red floral headpiece.
This is what Sergio Ramos and Pilar Rubio looked like on the red carpet. The footballer presented several awards on the night.
Rauw Alejandro wore a tuxedo with a plunging chest neckline for the red carpet and a leather ensemble for his presentation with Juanes.
Manuel Carrasco and Almudena Navalon on the red carpet.