Tuesday, August 20, 2019 | Updated at 9:38 AM ET

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Will Latin American women make a comeback in this year's Billboard Music Awards?

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Award-winning Latin artists will be turning up the talent and dressing to the nines to be red carpet ready for Telemundo's Billboard Latin Music Awards 2015 Thursday. In addition to the rhythm and beats, good looks and the all the fanfare, the talent will also be defying gravity.

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This year, The Billboard Latin Music Awards is sure to wow with performances from top Latin artists, but the after party will be off the hook!

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With the 2015 Billboard Latin Music Awards fast approaching, fans have been tuning into Pandora to check out the latest music that will be featured on the hugely popular, Latino-celebrated awards show.

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As a Bronx native, selling out Yankee Stadium twice has been a dream come true for "The King of Bachata" Romeo Santos -- and an admirable feat to his fellow native New Yorkers who know it's not always easy to make it in the Big Apple, let alone the world. On April 27, Santos fans were ecstatic to see The King of Bachata take over NYC yet again as he performed live on the TODAY Plaza on to kick off TODAY's weeklong Viva TODAY series.

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"The King of Bachata," Romeo Santos, and Colombian rock star Juanes have been sharing their talents with the big screen lately.

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Bachata singer and Aventura collaborator Lynx, otherwise known as Ralphy Mata, released his first album, "Dosis de Mí" on Nov. 25. Mata also shared his desire to change the traditional genre as a Latino millennial, as well as a heartfelt thank you letter to his fans with Latin Post.

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While most bachata songs are typically about love and heartache, "Somos Uno," which was released Aug. 12, tackles a sensitive topic that's uncommon in the bachata genre.

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A lot happened this week. Here's what you may have missed.

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Latin music superstar will be in movie.

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You can start voting for your favorite artists now!

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The first time he heard himself on the radio, he literally had to pull over.

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He's one of the best-selling Spanish artists in history with sales exceeding 100 million worldwide, he's teamed up with fellow Dominican/Puerto Rican crooner Romeo Santos and Cuban-American rapper Pitbull, and he's the son of one of the world's most romantic singers, Julio Iglesias -- so it's no wonder that Enrique Iglesias is on top of the world right now with his latest album, Sex and Love.

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Bachata giant Romeo Santos is on fire right now - not only is he leading the pack with 17 nominations in 14 categories for the Billboard Latin Music Awards, but he also brought the heat to one of ABC's most popular shows, "The Bachelor" with a performance in South Beach on last night's episode.

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Billboard Latin Music Awards 2014 finalists have been announced and Bachata star Romeo Santos of Dominican and Puerto Rican descent, leads the pack of talented Latin artists with 17 nominations in 14 categories. Following Santos is Dominican singer-songwriter Prince Royce and longtime Puerto Rican salsa giant Marc Anthony are close behind with 16 and 15, respectively, according to Billboard.

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Drake is hoping to extend his 2013 reign into 2014. The rapper is featured on two new singles this week, and this time, he has brought a little Latino flavor into the mix.

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