The anticipation for Premios Juventud 2017 is getting a lot heavier as the big night approaches and the stars take the stage for rehearsals. Guiding viewers at home through the musical extravaganza are a set of personalities that will illuminate the Watsco Center at the University of Miami in Coral Gables, FL with their presence. Alejandra EspinozaDanilo CarreraJesse & JoyChyno and Leslie Grace are all set to host the main event and have taken the time to rehearse their lines. Natalia Jimenez, who will present an award, was also at the arena. Scroll-through the photo gallery below and tell us who you are most excited to seeing at the Univision award show!

Premios Juventud 2017 will broadcast live from Miami starting at 8pm/7c on Thursday, July 6. Appearances from stars throughout the night include: Jake T. Austin, África Zavala, Bárbara de Regil, Natalia JiménezAdrián Martín, and many more. Performing for the first time in a Latin network in the U.S. is Iggy Azalea who will bring her new hits to the party. Also joining the lineup is DNCEMalumaJ BalvinBad Bunny, Gente de Zona, De La Ghetto, Wisin, Farruko, Jacob Forever, Ozuna, and Zion y Lennox. The duo that was Chyno y Nacho will be going solo and Calibre 50 and Ulices Chaidez y sus Plebes will also be at the event. Other confirmed performers include Enrique Iglesias, Yandel, Silvestre Dangond, Carlos Rivera, Arcángel and Sebastián Yatra.

Wilver Valderrama will be one of the celebrities that will have the honor to celebrate the outstanding work of the youth with the "Agentes de Cambio" honor. Joining the former "That 70s Show" star is "Orange Is The New Block" actress Diane Guerrero. The six "Agentes de Cambio" are Iván Ceja (26) and Justino Mora (28) from Compton, California, Dante Alvarado León (22) from Berkeley, California, Sarahí Espinosa Salamanca (27) from Palo Alto, California, Xiuhtezcatl Martínez (17) from Boulder, Colorado and Nalleli Cobo (16) from Los Ángeles, California.

Premios Juventud has taken on a change of format for this year's show opting to focus on music and dropping categories from pop culture like telenovelas and sports. “Premios Juventud 2017 will celebrate the best musical talent that appeals to the young Latino audience in a revamped format with fresh and fun categories,” said Univision’s President of Music Jorge “Pepo” Ferradas. “We will further connect with the younger generation by inviting new artists and recognizing important issues and amazing individuals who make our world a better place.”

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