Red Carpet Latin Grammy: The Great Looks Worthy of a Golden Statuette

Las Vegas was the designated place for the celebration of the great celebration of Latin music. ‘What happens in Las Vegas, stays in Las Vegas’, they say, but this time what has happened in the MGM hotel casino has resonated on all continents.

C. Tangana has won a total of three awards, Camilo has just been confirmed as one of the artists of the moment and Youtuel as the author of the melody of the year but, musical awards aside, there was also another style competition on the Red carpet.

Grammy for the most controversial

Nathy Peluso, the woman who represents the claw, the power in today’s music, could have won a Grammy for daring to once again defy the rules of political correctness. The Argentinian donned a black velvet dress with 90s airs, one of the styles of the moment, with spaghetti straps and a large side opening crowned by a large colored cross.

The nails, as is usual in her, long and sharp. Finally, another cross also hung around his neck and a furry hat, as if it represented a sacred halo of a sacred personage. All this ‘props’ has its reason after the controversy caused by the video clip ‘Ateo’ that he starred with C. Tangana in the Cathedral of Toledo.

Nathy Peluso at the 2021 Latin Grammys

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Grammy for the most patriot

Yotuel was able to take the Grammy for the most patriotic (and combined) look of the night. A huge cape with the flag of Cuba, her native country, appeared on the red carpet with Beatriz Luengo, in a simple blue dress signed by Cuban designer Judith Cabrera.

The couple, who have taken advantage of the trip to Las Vegas to get married for the second time, did not miss the opportunity to breastfeed – in this case he – for their country and did so also by singing ‘Patria y Vida’ on stage, a libertarian anthem that has become the cry of resistance of Cuba that wants a political change and that won a Latin Grammy for the best song of the year.

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Beatriz Luengo and Yotuel at the 2021 Latin Grammys

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Beatriz Luengo and Yotuel at the 2021 Latin Grammys

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Grammy for the most elegant

The actress and singer Danna Paola, known particularly in Spain for her role in the hit Netflix series Elite, could have won the Grammy for the most elegant. The Mexican chose a voluminous strapless dress signed by Carolina Herrera, with sequins on the top and a large asymmetrical skirt.

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Danna Paola at the 2021 Latin Grammys

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Grammy for the most viral costume

Bad Bunny did not go through the red carpet, but he did appear on stage to collect his statuette for the best urban music album, thanks to his album ‘The last tour of the world’. It is becoming more and more common to see a man dressed completely in pink, despite the fact that this was unthinkable a few years ago. But precisely this same suit -or one of very similar- was the one that Timothée Chalamet wore at the premiere of Les Filles du Docteur March, at the end of 2019, and that Shawn Mendes copied at the 2020 Grammys.

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Bad Bunny at the Latin Grammys 2021

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Grammy to the most Kardashian

Christina Aguilera, who is back in the spotlight after her latest releases and collaborations, got rid of her iconic blonde hair and went to the gala with long red hair and a black dress that could be part of Kim’s wardrobe Kardashian.

The singer puffed out her chest and donned an extremely tight suit, which enhanced her figure and stood out for a corseted neckline that left little to the imagination. Finally, two large puffed leather sleeves that end in gloves of the same fabric, in which she placed her large rings.

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Christina Aguilera at the 2021 Latin Grammys

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Grammy for Best Maternity Look

Mon Laferte won the Grammy for Best singer-songwriter album thanks to Seis, his latest album. In terms of style, it could also have taken the award for the best and most original maternity look. A mauve pinstripe suit that exposed her pregnant belly.

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Mon Laferte at the 2021 Latin Grammys

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For her second look, she opted for the same formula.

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Mon Laferte at the 2021 Latin Grammys

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Grammy for Couple of the Year

Camilo has just been confirmed as the artist of the moment with a total of four Latin Grammy Awards. Accompanied by his wife, the singer Evaluna Montaner, the couple who are expecting their first child undoubtedly won the award for the most beloved couple of the year.

In terms of style, they blended together perfectly, she in a satin olive green dress and he in a flowing satin blazer and his baggy style pants, which characterize him so much. Camilo also left a space for a new show of love. This time he did it with a medallion with his wife’s face.


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Red Carpet Latin Grammy: The Great Looks Worthy of a Golden Statuette