The stars came out to Miami on Thursday night for the Billboard Latin Music Awards — and things certainly heated up!
With nominees from Marc Anthony to Enrique Iglesias, this year's competition was particularly fierce — though both pop icons ended up taking home awards last night!
Anthony won Tropical Song of the Year for being featured on Gente de Zona's La Gozadera, and Iglesias earned two awards for his club track El Perdón with Nicky Jam!
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Though the biggest winner of the night was Mexican singer/songwriter Juan Gabrial, who won multiple trophies — including Latin Pop Album of the Year for Los Dúo.
Aside from the awards, the night marked a historic collab between Don Omar and Daddy Yankee, who performed with each other the first time on television.
Playing off their once real life feud, the reggaeton icons sang each other's hits — giving audiences a taste of their upcoming 60-city Kingdom tour. AH-Mazing!
Ch-ch-check out the performance (below) along with the full list of winners!
Latin Pop Album of the Year: Juan Gabriel, Los Dúo
Latin Rhythm Songs Artist of the Year: Zion & Lennox
Regional Mexican Songs Artist of the Year: Banda Sinaloense MS de Sergio Lizárraga
Latin Rhythm Song of the Year: Nicky Jam & Enrique Iglesias El Perdón
Industry Leader: Daddy Yankee
Latin Rhythm Songs Artist of the Year, Solo: Nicky Jam
Star Award: Juan Gabriel
Regional Mexican Album of the Year: Gerardo Ortiz Hoy Más Fuerte
Tropical Album of the Year: Victor Manuelle Que Suenen Los Tambores
Hall of Fame Award: Alejandro Fernandez
Tropical Song of the Year: Gente de Zona Feat. Marc Anthony La Gozadera
Lifetime Achievement Award: Marco Antonio Solis
Hot Latin Song of the Year: Nicky Jam & Enrique Iglesias El Perdón
Tropical Songs Artist of the Year, Duo or Group: Gente de Zona
Top Latin Albums Artist of the Year, Male: Juan Gabriel
Congrats to everyone!
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