The late Mexican singer Juan Gabriel will be honored at the 2016 Latin American Music Awards next month, but so far there are no plans for a tribute at the Latin Grammys in November.

According to FOX News Latino, Lila Downs, Shaila Dúrcal and Aida Cuevas will be joined on stage by Mariachi de Mi Tierra Juan Gabriel, which toured with the late singer for more than two decades, at the Latin AMAs on Oct. 6 to pay homage to the legendary singer.

Juan Gabriel The late Juan Gabriel performs onstage at the 10th annual Latin Grammy's. Getty Images

Gabriel Abaroa Jr., president of the Latin Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences, which holds, the Latin Grammys, said his organization has no plans to honor “El Divo de Juarez” at their awards ceremony scheduled for November 17.

“Juan Gabriel was recognized as Person of the Year in 2009, and we have not thought about having a segment or a special tribute at the Latin Grammy ceremony,” Abaroa said, according to a Mexican newspaper.

Juan Gabriel a.k.a Alberto Aguilera Valadez died late August after from a massive heart attack.  He was a legend in the eyes of many throughout Latin America and beyond. Known for his flamboyant performances, he had a vivid fashion sense often wearing sequined jackets and shiny silky outfits. He was also known for tossing his head and gradually dancing and jumping around on stage.

The singer was nominated six times for a Latin Grammy when he was alive and received two more nominations this year in the Album of the Year category for “Los Duo 2,” and in the Best Traditional Pop/Vocal Album category for the same record.