The musical festivities for 2016 are not over just yet, with the Latin Grammys 2016 set to take place this weekend. Celebrating the best of music recorded in Spanish or Portuguese, the awards will feature star-studded performances and famous faces taking on presenting duties.
WHEN AND WHERE
The Latin Grammys are set to take place at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas on Thursday 17 November.
Devious Maids actress Roselyn Sanchez and Argentine actor Sebastian Rulli will team up to co-host the ceremony.
Jennifer Lopez has confirmed she will perform at the Latin Grammys for the first time, while other notable acts include J Balvin, Laura Pausini, Carlos Vives, Prince Royce and Diego Torres.
Lopez's ex-husband Marc Anthony will be honoured with the Latin Academy recording person of the year award. Competition in the record of the year category is strong with Enrique Iglesias and Wisin's Duele El Corazon receiving nominations, while other nods include Jesse and Joy's Ecos De Amor and Andrea Bocelli's Me Faltaras.
J Balvin is hotly tipped to score the urban album of the year award following the success of his LP Energia while Manuel Medrano is likely to scoop the best new artist award. Nominated in the album of the year category are Andrea Bocelli's Cinema, Juan Gabriel's Los Duo 2, Diego Torres' Buena Vida and Pablo Alboran's Tour Terral: Tres Noches En Las Ventas.
WHERE TO WATCH
For those without tickets to the star-studded show in Las Vegas, the Latin Grammys will broadcast live on Univision from 8pm with a red carpet special set to air one hour before the main show.