Univision's hottest party of the summer is gearing up to sizzle the small screen with a beautiful duo. Galilea Montijo and Ana Brenda Contreras have been announced as hosts of Premios Juventud 2014. The announcement was made official today via the official Twitter account of the award show. "With great excitement I can confirm I will be hosting Premios Juventud along with my sister Galilea Montijo! Estamos ready," Contreras wrote on Twitter. The actress found much success following her telenovela "Corazón Indomable" which hit gold with the public, making it one of the highest rated shows in primetime. Ana Brenda hosted a segment of the show last year and is back for a second consecutive year. Montijo hosts the daily daytime show "Hoy" on Univisión and will host the Sunday talent show "Va Por Ti" that will air on the network shortly. Premios Juventud 2014 will air live from Miami on July 17 starting at 8pm ET/PT.

The awards show where viewers get to decide who the winners are is gearing up for a smashing event and has released the first wave of confirmed performers. Straight-up from the World CupPitbull will offer a musical number that will mostly likely get everyone on their feet. Mr. Worldwide will be honored during the massive show with the "Idolo de la Juventud" ("Youth Idol") that recognizes celebrities who have achieved extraordinary success in their careers while staying deeply committed to their community. Other scheduled performers are Romeo Santos and Prince Royce who are the two most nominated artists of the night. Carlos VivesJ. BalvinFarrukoChino y NachoLuis CoronelBecky GEspinoza Paz and Camila will also take on the stage and party it up.

For the third consecutive year, bachata idols Romeo Santos and Prince Royce top the Premios Juventud list with 12 and 11 nominations each, respectively, in Music categories such as “Catchiest Tune,” “Red Hot Artist,” “Heart-Wrenching Song,” “My Ringtone,” “Just Play It All,” and “My Tropical Artist,” among others. Following the success of  two new categories that debuted last year, “Favorite Hitmaker” and “Favorite Hit,” created to allow Latino youth to honor their favorite English-language music, several non-Hispanic music stars also made it to the nominations list in 2014, including Austin Mahone, Beyoncé, Bruno Mars, Katy Perry, Pharrell Williams and Rihanna.