Latinos are becoming more prominent in mainstream media and the Grammys 2015 is making sure we are being represented. Sure, we have the Latin Grammy's where we are awarded, but you know you have really made it when you win an original gramophone. During this year's telecast Juanes has been confirmed to perform in Spanish. The Colombian singer will be the first performer to sing a song in Spanish for the first time ever in the history of the awards. "He’s a two-time Grammy winner and has been awarded 20 Latin Grammys, so we’re extremely excited to have Juanes joining the group of artists who will be performing at the 57th annual Grammy award ceremony," President and CEO of The Recording Academy, Neil Portnow, said. This is not the first time Juanes performs during the Grammys as back in 2013 he covered Elton John's "Your Song."

To present during the glamorous gala hosted by LL Cool J, "Jane The Virgin's" Gina Rodriguez and Enrique Iglesias will take the stage and make an appearance. Although the Latin categories are not awarded during the live telecast, the academy does recognize Spanish-language music. One of the categories is Best Latin Pop Album with the following nominated: "Elypse" by Camila, "Gracias Por Estar Aquí" by Marco Antonio Solis, "Loco De Amor" by Juanes, "Raíz" by Lila Downs, Niña Pastori and Soledad and "Tangos" by Rubén Blades. For Best Latin Rock, Urban Or Alternative Album the following recordings are nominated: "Agua Maldita" by Molotov, "Bailar En La Cueva" by Jorge Drexler, "Behind The Machine" by Chocquibtown, "Multiviral" by Calle 13 and "Vengo" by Ana Tijoux.

In the Best Regional Mexican Music Album (Including Tejano) the following pieces of work are nominated: "15 Aniversario" by Mariachi Divas De Cindy Shea, "Alegría Del Mariachi" by Mariachi Los Arrieros Del Valle, "Lastima Que Sean Ajenas" by Pepe Aguolar, "Mano A Mano - Tengo A La Manera De Vicente Fernández" by Vicente Fernández and "Voz y Guitarra" by Ixya Herrera. Lastly, in the Best Tropical Latin Album category the following are nominated: "50 Aniversario" by El Gran Combo De Puerto Rico, "El Asunto" by Totó La Momposina, "First Class To Havana" by Aymee Nuviola, "Live" by Palo! and "Más + Corazón Profundo" by Carlos Vives. The awards will be handed out throughout the day on Sunday, February 8. The live broadcast is scheduled to air live from the Staples Center in Los Angeles starting at 8pm ET/PT on CBS! Who would you want to see win at the Grammys 2015?