Marco Antonio Solis, Natalia Jimenez Marc Anthony
Marco Antonio Solis, Natalia Jimenez and Marc Anthony perform onstage at the Billboard Latin Music Awards at Bank United Center on April 28, 2016 in Miami, Florida. Rodrigo Varela/Getty Images

In another collaborative performance at the Premios Billboard 2016, Marco Antonio Solís and Natalia Jimenez sang a powerful duet before welcoming Marc Anthony onto the stage. The Boricua singer paid tribute to Solís (also known as ‘El Buki) by singing his hit song “No Hay Nada Más Dificil Que Vivir Sin Ti”

In addition, this continued to be a big night for Solís, who is also known as the “Poeta del siglo” (poet of the century), because he was presented with the Lifetime Achievement Award for his contribution to the music industry.

The Latin Billboard Music Awards 2016 showcased musical magic and delivered its promise to viewers with the huge treat of collaborations between different artists.

Alejandro Fernández took the stage with his daughter Camila Fernández and performed "Circle Of Life" from "The Lion King" in Spanish. Fernández later joined legendary Juan Gabriel.

Lucero also took the stage alongside Banda Sinaloense MS de Sergio Lizarraga. Another surprise of the night was Alejandra Guzmán screaming "viva las mujeres" while performing with the controversial Gerardo Ortiz, while the two performed the song "Fuiste Mía" before sharing a kiss at the end.

Other performers from the musical extravaganza we enjoyed tonight included: Paulina Rubio, Fanny Lu, Ha*Ash, Jencarlos Canela, Jesse & Joy, Kany Garcia, Paty Cantú, Natalia Jimenez, Alexis y Fido, Farruko, Gente De Zona, J Balvin, Zion & Lennox, Nicky Jam, El Dasa, Gerardo Ortiz, Luis Coronel and Roberto Tapia.

Gaby Espino and Pedro Fernández hosted the main event, bringing in their energy to the Bank United Center in Miami. Celebrities who presented trophies included the cast members of "El Señor De Los Cielos," Rafael Amaya, Carmen Aub and Fernanda Castillo.

Other stars who assisted were Blanca Soto, Natalie Morales, Adriana Lima, Andres Cantor, Don Francisco, Dra. Ana María Polo, Edith Gonzalez, El Dasa, Giselle Blondet, Maria Celeste Arraras, Michael Buffer, Patricia Manterola and Raúl Gonzalez.

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