Roselyn Sanchez Responds To Critics About Hosting Latin Grammys After Giving Birth [VIDEO]

Roselyn Sanchez
The Latin star had a baby less than 2 weeks ago and is already up and hosting. GettyImages

Roselyn Sanchez has received flack for hosting the Latin Grammys 2017 fresh off giving birth. The "Devious Maids" star gave birth to baby Dylan on Friday, November 3, which is less than 2 weeks ago, and she's confirmed to present the big award show set to air on Univision on Thursday, November 16 starting at 8pm ET/PT with fello present Jaime Camil. The actress took time of rehearsals to explain the situation to all of her fans and critics.

"I'm at rehearsals at the Latin Grammys and little by little I've read comments on social media," she said in the video posted on Instagram. "There are a lot of people worried that say, 'Roselyn take care, you've just had a baby, it's dangerous and you have to be resting.' You are all correct." The 44-year-old actress added: "I made a commitment... I am not 100% but I feel fine. I promise all of you that I'm taking care of myself. The baby is at the hotel with his two nannies, he's fine. Everything is fine, don't worry." Sanchez finished off by saying that she was doing it all "with love for all of my people in Puerto Rico... I am grateful and I am sacrifycing myself to represent my country." See the full video down below and tell us what you think!

In September, Roselyn Sanchez was part of the judging panel of "Mira Quien Baila", but after only one week on the show, she quit. The actress was in the final stages of her pregnancy and because the show was filmed in Miami, her doctor advised to stay set in one place. "I am 33 weeks pregnant and my doctor felt that it was not good to travel to Miami to continue this season," she told Univision. "Unfortunately, with this situation, my doctor asked me to go back home to be close to the hospital in case the baby decides to come sooner."

Roselyn Sanchez will be hosting the Latin Grammys live from Las Vegas and there's a huge lineup set to celebrate the best in music. Who is confirmed to present? Presenters handing out the gramophone include Anavitória, Camila Cabello, Sofia Carson, Erika Ender, Flo Rida, Leslie Grace, Maribel Guardia, Juan Luis Guerra, Rudy Mancuso, Debi Nova,Marco de la O, Alexandre Pires, Lele Pons, Edgar Ramírez, Miguel Ángel Silvestre, Olga Tañón, and Wilmer Valderrama, as well as Best New Artist nominees Martina "La Peligrosa" and Rosalía.

Who is confirmed to perform? Performances for the 18th Annual Latin Grammy Awards include Steve Aoki, Bad Bunny, J Balvin, Bronco, Alessia Cara, CNCO, Lila Downs, Luis Fonsi, Ha*Ash, Nicky Jam, Juanes, Mon Laferte, Natalia Lafourcade, Banda el Recodo de Cruz Lizárraga, Logic, Maluma, Lin Manuel Miranda, French Montana, Residente, Sofía Reyes, Alejandro Sanz, Flor de Toloache, Carlos Vives, and Sebastián Yatra.

New additions to the lineup include nominees Rubén Blades, Bomba Estéreo, Alejandro Fernández, and Los Macorinos; along with appearances by Diplo, Víctor Manuelle, and Carlos Rivera. Featuring a Best New Artist segment including current nominees Vicente García, Mau y Ricky, Sofia Reyes, and Danay Suarez

Special performances will feature collaborations by Juanes with Logic and Alessia Cara; Carlos Vivesand Sebastián Yatra; J Balvin with Bad Bunny, French Montana and Steve Aoki; Lila Downs and Banda el Recodo de Cruz Lizárraga; and Bronco with Ha*Ash.

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Armando Tinoco is an Orange County-based writer with a degree in Marketing from Cal. State Fullerton and a degree in Graphic Design from the Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising. In addition to reporting for Latin Times and when he is not watching Brazilian and Mexican telenovelas or quoting lines from "Clueless" and "Friends" he is brushing up his skills in CSS and responsive website design. Some of his celebrity idols include Eiza Gonzalez, Paulina Rubio and Amanda Bynes.