Keep shining! Yalitza Aparicio will host the Latin Grammy

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"This is my first time as a presenter and I am really excited to be part of such an important awards ceremony," Aparicio told Entertainment Weekly magazine on Wednesday.

Mexican actress Yalitza Aparicio, nominated for an Oscar for "Roma", and actress and singer of Mexican origin Ana Brenda Contreras will act as presenters at the next edition of the Latin Grammy Awards.

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As reported this Wednesday by the Latin Recording Academy, Aparicio and Contreras will present the show together with the Mexican artist Carlos Rivera and will thus replace the Puerto Rican Roselyn Sánchez, who suffered a fall at the beginning of the month and will not be able to attend the gala.

"This is my first time as a presenter and I am really excited to be part of such an important awards ceremony," Aparicio told Entertainment Weekly magazine on Wednesday.

Ricky Martin, J Balvin, Anitta, Juanes, Rauw Alejandro, Camilo, Leslie Grace, Lupita Infante, Ivy Queen, Natalia Jiménez, Mariachi Sol De México de José Hernández, Jesús Navarro, José Luis Perales, Prince Royce and Carla Morrison are some of the artists who will participate in the ceremony.

All those names join those previously announced as Anuel AA, Marc Anthony, Bad Bunny, Caliber 50, Pedro Capó, Julio Reyes Copello, Alex Cuba, Alejandro Fernández, Karol G, Kany García, Guaynaa, Los Tigres del Norte, Víctor Manuelle , Ricardo Montaner, Christian Nodal, Debi Nova, Fito Páez, Nathy Peluso, Raquel Sofía and Sebastián Yatra.

The 21st edition of the Latin Grammy will be held on November 19 with a special gala from different parts of the world due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Under the motto "music humanizes us", this edition of the Latin Grammy will connect with cities around the world to contact the winners and broadcast the musical performances.

For example, Alejandro Fernández, Christian Nodal and Caliber 50 will perform from Guadalajara (Mexico); Fito Páez and Nathy Peluso will do it from Buenos Aires; José Luis Perales will perform from Madrid; Bad Bunny will participate from San Juan, and Anitta will sing from Rio de Janeiro (Brazil).

The Academy also details that there will be some special tributes to legends of Latin music.

Thus, Natalia Jiménez and Carlos Rivera will honor Julio Iglesias, while Lupita Infante and Mariachi Sol De México by José Hernández will remember Pedro Infante.

For their part, Leslie Grace and Prince Royce will shake hands to pay tribute to Juan Luis Guerra; Juanes will host a tribute to Roberto Carlos, and Rauw Alejandro, Ivy Queen, Víctor Manuelle, Ricardo Montaner and Jesús Navarro will join forces to celebrate the legacy of Héctor Lavoe.

J Balvin, Bad Bunny and Ozuna dominate the nominations

Colombian J Balvin leaves as a favorite for the Latin Grammy thanks to his thirteen nominations. It is followed by the Puerto Rican Bad Bunny with nine mentions.
Ozuna, with eight; Anuel AA, with seven; Camilo and Carlos Vives, with six each; Kany García, with five, and Rosalía, Karol G and Residente, with four per head, complete the list of artists with more options to take the golden gramophone.
After the controversy that has arisen in recent years due to its low participation, reggaeton occupies this year the top of the Latin Grammy nominations, which will inaugurate three new categories: best reggaeton performance, best rap / hip-hop song and best pop / rock song. EFE

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