Latin Grammy Awards 2015
The biggest night in music is here and Univision will be broadcasting the event live from Las Vegas! Univision

Sin City is set to be the stage of the biggest night in music with the Latin Grammy Awards 2015. Las Vegas will be where the hottest Latin stars come together to celebrate the best of the best in the industry. The MGM Grand Garden Arena will be the center of music ready to see a lot of excitement, tears, laughs and rhythm in an explosive night that is sure to take over social media. Telenovelas star Jacqueline Bracamontes and "Devious Maid" star Roselyn Sánchez will be our guides for the night. The two Latin beauties are sure to impress viewers with their amazing fashion and funny (most likely corny and unfunny) one-liners.

Performances at the Latin Grammys include a collaboration between Fifth Harmony and Maluma, Pablo Alborán and Julión Álvarez, Bomba Estéreo and Will Smith, J Balvin and Farruko with Major Lazer and as well as Nicky Jam and Omi. The latter is what we love about this award show because it brings two musical genrse together to create a fusion that can only be seen during this event. Other musical acts to take over will be Natalia Lafourcade, Espinoza Paz, Prince Royce and Alejandro Sanz with Paula Fernandes and Mariachi Sol De México. That is not all because the Person Of The Year Roberto Carlos will be performing some of his classics, Los Tigres Del Norte will also perform and Wisin will take the stage alongside Ricky Martin.

The show will also have big names presenting the accolades to the winning artists. Diego Boenta, Miguel Bosé, Jesse & Joy, Zoe Saldana, Paulina Vega, Yandel, Julieta Venegas are some of the stars that will take the stage as presenters. The Grammys bash will be broadcasted live from Las Vegas on the Univision network starting at 7pm ET/PT with the red carpet event and at 8pm ET/PT with the main show. Music fans will be able to stream the show on the newly launched Univision NOW app, the new subscription service that allows viewers to watch Univision and UniMás live. You can sign up here and enjoy a 7-day free trial. After that, they can bill you $5.99 monthly or $59.99 annually. The app is available for iOS and Android smartphones.

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