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The biggest night in Latin music is almost here!
In just a few hours, the 2015 Latin Grammy Awards will kick off in Las Vegas where event organizers have managed to pull off the impossible. How does 32 performers and 22 presenters sound for one show?
Your favorite celebrities from film, radio and TV will come together for an evening filled with musical collaborations, winners and even a few surprises.
For those who need a quick guide to tonight's star-studded show, we've got you covered. Take a look at five moments that will have music lovers dancing all night long.
1. Fresh Prince of Latin: Yes, it's true! Will Smith will be taking center stage tonight when he joins Bomba Estéreo for a collaboration. "It's truly an honor for me to perform at the Latin Grammys," Jada Pinkett Smith's hubby previously told People en Español. "To be surrounded with so many artists who have made such an impact globally is really exciting for me."
2. Hostess With the Mostess: Mexican actress Jacqueline Bracamontes and Puerto Rican singer/songwriter and actress Roselyn Sánchez will serve as co-hosts for the first time. While both are more than excited at the gig, Sánchez couldn't help but give a sneak peek at the festivities in the days leading up to the festival. "What an amazing experience," she wrote from the main stage. "I'm so very grateful!"
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3. Girl Power: As Fifth Harmony continues working on their second album, the X-Factor alumni will take to the stage with reggaeton star Maluma. As for what fans can expect, it's safe to say things are going to get hot. "Working nonstop @LatinGrammys," Maluma shared on Facebook while taking in an impromptu photoshoot.
4. Living La Vida: It's not a Grammy night until Ricky Martin arrives! The "La Copa de la Vida" star will sing alongside Wisin for what is sure to be an unforgettable performance. For those who can't watch Thursday night's show, Martin is also nominated at the American Music Awards in Los Angeles this coming Sunday.
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5. Music Mania: While plenty of your favorite singers could walk away with special trophies, we're trying to pick out the must-see performances later this evening. Perhaps Latin Recording Academy Person of the Year Roberto Carlos has you pumped. Maybe the combination of J Balvin and Major Lazer has you intrigued. Whatever your preference, chances are that there is something for you tonight.
The 2015 Latin Grammy Awards air Thursday night at 8 p.m. on Univision.