Movistar + celebrates the Latin Grammy gala from Las Vegas

At dawn from Thursday to Friday, Movistar + will broadcast the 22nd edition of the annual Latin Grammys from the US city of Las Vegas. The appointment, which this year returns to normal, will begin at 01.00 hours with the red carpet and from 02.00 hours the delivery gala will take place.

The performances of C. Tangana and the return, 20 years later, of Christina Aguilera with the theme For my girls along with Nicki Nicole, Nathy Peluso and Becky G, they will be some of the most anticipated moments of this musical night. Likewise, the Academy has also confirmed the performance of the Spanish Love of Lesbian.

Pablo Alborán, Juanes, Maná, Bad Bunny, Alejandro Fernández, La Húngara, Israel Fernández, Antonio Carmona, Natalia Lafourcade or Jorge Drexler, among others, confirmed their presence at the awards. In addition, the singer-songwriter Rubén Blades and Roberto Delgado & Orquesta, with 20 musicians on stage, will share the stage in one of the most exciting performances of the gala.

Movistar + celebrates the Latin Grammy gala from Las VegasC. Tangana and Pablo Alborán start as favorites with four nominations each: Alborán opts for Best Recording of the Year for If you had wanted, for Best Album of the Year for Vertigo, for Best Song of the Year and Best Traditional Pop Album; while C. Tangana opts with Omar Apollo for Best Recording of the Year for You forgot it, for Best Album of the Year for The Madrilenian, for Best Sound Engineering on an Album and Alizzz as Best Producer of the Year.

Bunbury, meanwhile, is in two categories (Best rock album by Intensive meditation course and Best rock song with The South, sung with Santi Balmes and Julián Saldarriaga from Love of Lesbian) and Love of Lesbian will also fight for two golden gramophones in the categories of Best Pop / Rock Album by VEHN and Best Pop / Rock Song by Cosmos (anti solar system).

Rozalén could also get the Best singer-songwriter album por The tree and the forest and Israel Fernández and Diego The Morao Best flamenco album with Love.

Movistar + celebrates the Latin Grammy gala from Las VegasMovistar + celebrates the Latin Grammy gala from Las VegasOther Spanish artists who are also nominated are Javier Limón, Pablo López, Beatriz Luengo, Jorge Drexler and Andrés Calamaro, Ara Malikian, Israel Fernández and Diego the Morao, Jordi Savall, Dani Martín, Leiva, Zahara, Fuel Fandango and Jarabe de Palo.

Ana Brenda Contreras, Carlos Rivera and Joselyn Sánchez will be in charge of conducting a ceremony that will be full of surprises and exciting moments.

Special programming

In addition, to start engines on the most special night of Latin music, the Movistar Fest chain has prepared a special program for Thursday evening with the broadcast of some formats of its own production: The sky can wait with Rozalén as a guest, two Movistar + Sessions programs with Love of Lesbian and Israel Fernández as protagonists and the documental Bunbury streaming show.

The music journalist and presenter Arturo Paniagua (Movistar + sessions) will be in charge of commenting live on the broadcast of the Latin music awards at Movistar Fest. On Friday, the gala can be seen again at Movistar Fest starting at 6.40 pm and on Saturday 20 at Movistar Estrenos and on the on-demand service of the digital platform.

Last year, in the middle of the coronavirus pandemic, the most important awards in Latin music organized a much smaller and mostly virtual edition, as did other ceremonies such as the Anglo-Saxon Grammys, the Golden Globes or the Oscars.

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Movistar + celebrates the Latin Grammy gala from Las Vegas