Premios Juventud 2014 Red Carpet: See Alejandra Espinoza, Chiquis Rivera And More Stars As They Arrive To Univision’s Award Show! [PHOTOS]

Premios Juventud are tonight! The BankUnited Center at the University of Miami will be the venue once again as major Latino stars gather to celebrate youth. A history-making musical number is guaranteed to set Hispanic America abuzz, with Wisin performing a high-impact –and truly unforgettable– performance of his hit, “Adrenalina,” featuring holograms of Jennifer Lopez and Ricky Martin. Natalia Jiménez, former lead singer of the famous pop band La 5a Estación, is also set to perform.

Besides them, other artists who will be performing are: Austin Mahone, Becky G, Camila, Carlos Vives, Chino y Nacho, Chiquis, Chocquibtown, David Bisbal, Don Miguelo, Descemer Bueno, El Dasa, Enrique Iglesias, Espinoza Paz, Farruko, Gente de Zona, Gerardo Ortiz, J Balvin, Jencarlos Canela, Juanes, Luis Coronel, Maluma, Pitbull, Prince Royce and Romeo Santos. Do we need to say more? But before the show, we all enjoyed our fave celebs strolling down the red carpet looking fabulous! Well, most of them anyway.

Take a look at the famous Latinos who arrived at Univision’s Premios Juventud and let us know your favorites in the comment section below, and don't miss our picks for the worst dressed of the night HERE.

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Maria G. Valdez

Born and raised Dominican living in New York (do not confuse with Dominican-York), who claims to be Sofia Vergara’s long lost daughter and who has an unhealthy obsession with JLo. Associate Editor of Latin Times, overseeing the editorial operation and content strategy of the website. Trained journalist and musical theater performer with solid entertainment instincts. Experience covering human interest stories and social and large scale events with focus on Latino entertainment. Maria began her career in journalism in her native Dominican Republic where she worked for Ritmo Social, one of the country's most prestigious magazines, and as on-air co-host of a radio variety show.

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