Sin City is set to be the stage of the biggest night in Latin music with the 17th Annual Latin Grammy Awards to be held on November 17, 2016. Las Vegas will be where the hottest Latin stars come together to celebrate the best of the best in the industry. The T-Mobile 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. Telenovela heartthrob Sebastián Rulli and "Devious Maid" star Roselyn Sánchez will be our guides for the night. The two Latin hotties are sure to impress viewers with their amazing chemistry and funny (most likely corny) one-liners.

This year, nominations shocked everyone, without too many mainstream names scoring nods. Voters at the Latin Academy of Recording Arts & Sciences seemed to have opted to honor music that wouldn’t typically get the same level of attention as new tunes from the most popular faces. Leading the way with 4 nominations each are Mexican duo Jesse & Joy , Colombian singer Fonseca and Brazilian crooner Djavan , along with Colombian producers Julio Reyes Copello and Ricardo Lopez Lalinde .

Following close are Julieta Venegas, Diego Torres and Pablo Alborán, among the 17 artists who scored three nominations. Juan Gabriel, Enrique Iglesias, Carlos Vives, Shakira, Carla Morrison and Wisin are among the nearly 50 artists who received two nominations for their music.

Hopefully, this year the show will be as unpredictable as the nominations, with performances by Latin Recording Academy's Person of the Year Marc Anthony and nominee Reik, who join the all-star roster of performers that includes Jennifer Lopez, J Balvin, Prince Royce, Laura Pausini, Farruko, Juanes, Fonseca, Jesse & Joy, Diego Torres, Rachel Platten, Gerardo Ortiz, Los Fabulosos Cadillacs, among others. Presenters for the night include the likes of Becky G, Kany García, Julieta Venegas, Jacob Forever, Enrique Iglesias, Sin Bandera, Charlie Zaa, Draco Rosa and iLe.

The Latin Grammys bash will be broadcasted live from Las Vegas on the Univision network starting at 7pm ET/PT with the red carpet special, “Noche de Estrellas,” and at 8pm ET/PT with the main show. Music fans will be able to stream the show on Univision NOW app, Univision’s 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.