Latin Grammys: these were the shocking looks from the red carpet

(Photo: Instagram @ carlosvives)

In the 21st edition of the Latin Grammy Award, despite the difficulties that arose from the COVID-19 the awards were held in Miami, United States where they showed a totally different version than what artists and spectators are used to.

The red carpet format to which the spectators of the awards are accustomed changed completely, with the health security protocols and without a large number of spectators, the artists attended the event where they had to keep their healthy distance to offer interviews and photographs to the press.

Carlos Vives was nominated for Best Album in this 2020 edition. He attended virtually together with Claudia Elena, from his home and, in the company of his family and friends, they mounted a scenography allusive to the Latin Grammy red carpet with the phrase “Columbiana” the name of his award-nominated album.

At the presentation of the event, the Mexican actress Yalitza Aparicio was one of the conductors of the 21st edition of the Latin Grammy. Aparicio showed 3 different costume changes Throughout the night, it stands out that for the red carpet she wore a Mexican pink dress, for the awards ceremony she wore a colored dress and finally, at the end of the broadcast, she wore a short blue dress.

Sebastian Yatra He arrived at the event with a Dolce brand suit, wine color in its entirety, wearing shorts, shoes and a decorative gold-colored jewel in the shape of a heart at the chest on the left side. Collaborated with Guaynaa To interpret his song “Ideal Girl”, in addition the interpreter of “Chicarrón” was nominated for the best urban interpretation.

(Photo: Instagram @ sebastianyatra)
(Photo: Instagram @ sebastianyatra)

For its part, Camilo was nominated in six different categories at the 2020 Latin Grammys. Her outfits were predominantly black, for her stage performance she wore a loose set of short sleeves along with Pedro Capo.

“I thought it would be a very personal song, but it ended up meaning a lot to many people and we are happy” were Camilo’s words about his “TUTU” theme interpreted together with Capo. Song that led him to be nominated at the awards and get the award for best pop song.

Presentation by Camilo and Pedro Capo (AP Photo / Marta Lavandier)
Presentation by Camilo and Pedro Capo (AP Photo / Marta Lavandier)

J Balvin wore a white suit with red accents this in allusion to his theme of his album “Colors” nominated for best urban music album, who competed with Bad Bunny in the same category. To the surprise of many, the winner was J Balvin, who also broke the Guinness Record to get 13 nominations in one year at the awards, this for his albums “Colores” and “Oasis”.

J balvin performed his song “Rojo” (AP Photo / Taimy Alvarez)

Sebastian Yatra She arrived with a wine-colored Dolce brand suit, shorts and a decorative gold-colored heart-shaped jewel. For the time of his presentation, he chose to wear a silver jacket that stood out on stage, along with black pants. His song “Ideal Girl” was part of the show on the night of the Grammys.

Sebastian Yatra performs at the 21st Latin Grammy Awards, airing on Thursday, Nov. 19, 2020, at American Airlines Arena in Miami. (AP Photo/Marta Lavandier)
Sebastian Yatra performs at the 21st Latin Grammy Awards, airing on Thursday, Nov. 19, 2020, at American Airlines Arena in Miami. (AP Photo/Marta Lavandier)

For the best new artist category the name of Argentina came out Nathy Peluso, singer-songwriter who has launched her musical projects that led her to be nominated in this category. His works are a fusion of hip-hop, soul, trap and jazz.

In the image, the Argentine singer and songwriter, Nathy Peluso, EFE / JAVIER ZORRILLA / Archive
In the image, the Argentine singer and songwriter, Nathy Peluso, EFE / JAVIER ZORRILLA / Archive

PitbullWearing his typical sunglasses and jacket, he took to the Miami stage to sing at the Latin Grammy Awards. HHe spoke about the health issue that humanity is experiencing with the Covid-19 pandemic. He highlighted the importance of music in times of crisis: “I can’t imagine a world without music” were his words to dedicate the song “I Believe That We Will Win”.

In the picture, the singer Pitbull.  EFE / Kamil Krzaczynski / Archive
In the picture, the singer Pitbull. EFE / Kamil Krzaczynski / Archive

BUT ABOUT THIS THEME:

Full list of 2020 Latin Grammy winners

“Music humanizes us”: Celebration and tributes on the night of the Latin Grammy 2020

J Balvin earned a Guinness record for his Grammy nominations

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