- Premio Lo Nuestro 2014 Top Show Moments
- Premio Lo Nuestro 2014: Ninel Conde and William Levy
- Premio Lo Nuestro 2014: Alejandra Guzmán
- Premio Lo Nuestro 2014: Chino y Nacho
- Premio Lo Nuestro 2014: Diego Luna
- Premio Lo Nuestro 2014: Gloria Trevi
- Premio Lo Nuestro 2014: Marc Anthony
- Premio Lo Nuestro 2014: Marc Antonio Solis
- Premio Lo Nuestro 2014: Pitbull
- Premio Lo Nuestro 2014: Yandel and Daddy Yankee
- Premio Lo Nuestro 2014: Prince Royce
The heat was on full blast mode during Premio Lo Nuestro 2014 in Miami with the hottest Latin musical acts under one roof. Prince Royce won the top award of the night as Artist Of The Year. Other winners of the night included Romeo Santos, Gerardo Ortiz, Daddy Yankee, Chino y Nacho, Banda El Recodo and many more. Marc Anthony was one of the top winners of the night winning Song Of The Year for "Vivir Mi Vida," and Album Of The Year and Artist Of The Year in the tropical genre. Anthony also held one of the memorable moments of the night, when he received the Excellence Award for his longevity in the music industry. Marc thanked his children for the award right after he smashed it on stage with a musical number that lit up the stage.
One moment that truly heated up the AmericanAirlines Arena was when host Ninel Conde stripped off her skirt to reveal a leotard she was wearing under. The "Bombón Asesino" went on to grind on William Levy who looked uncomfortable but appeared to enjoy watching her twerk her behind. A recurring theme of the night was the support of all the Latin acts for the citizens of Venezuela. Chino y Nacho showed their support for the South American country waving a flag of their native land and acknowleding their efforts saying they were not alone. Scroll-through our photo gallery above and relive more moments from Premio Lo Nuestro 2014!
Other musical highlights of the night included a celebration of Mexican pop-rock queen Alejandra Guzmán’s 25 year career. The singer wore an outfit that might cause some eye scarring, beware of that. The real take-away from Alejandra's performance was her shreiking and off-key voice which ruined what could've been a more memorable number. The night closed out with the powerhouse group “Los Gigantes de la Salsa” with a contagious beat of drums, bongos, and timbales, getting the crowd dancing and cheering as nine of the world’s biggest and most renowned salsa artists –Charlie Zaa, Cheo Feliciano, Ismael Miranda, José Alberto “El Canario,” Nora, Oscar de León, Sergio George, Tito Nieves, and Willy Chirino– performed a once-in-a-lifetime medley of some of the genre’s timeless hits.