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Juanes Honored At The 20th Latin GRAMMY Awards' Person Of The Year Ceremony
Taking place at the MGM Grand Convention Center in Las Vegas, the ceremony featured a tribute concert that included renditions of Juanes' repertoire performed by an array of notable artists and friends: Cami, Alessia Cara, Paula Fernandes, Fonseca, Juan Luis Guerra, Mon Laferte, Morat, Ozuna, Draco Rosa, Rosalía, Alejandro Sanz, and Sebastián Yatra. Other guests included Jesse & Joy, Fito Páez, Pablo López and guitarist Orianthil; there was even a special presentation from comedian Andrés López.
A 23-time Latin GRAMMY winner and two-time GRAMMY winner was chosen for the honor, which celebrates its milestone 20th anniversary, for his, "creative artistry, unprecedented humanitarian efforts, support for rising artists, and philanthropic contributions to the world," according to a statement from The Latin Recording Academy.
Even if you couldn't be at the special ceremony, the entire event was captured on social media, the highlights of which we've rounded up below.
Here's a quick peek at Fonseca and Orianthil's set:
17-time Latin GRAMMY winner Alejandro Sanz also took his spot onstage:
Meanwhile, Rosalía sang Juanes' 2002 single "Es por tí."
Mon Laferte covered another 2002 single, "La Paga":
Other performances during the night included Ozuna singing "La camisa negra," Juan Luis Guerra singing "A Dios le pido," Fito Páez singing "Fijate Bien" and Juanes himself singing "No creo en el jamás."
Don't forget to tune in to The Biggest Night in Latin Music on Univision this Thurs., Nov. 14 from 8–11 p.m. ET/PST (7 p.m. Central). Check out our viewer's guide here for more info on the events leading up to the show, including where to see the red carpet. Stay tuned to GRAMMY.com for live coverage of all the magic.