However, Rob threw in his two cents anyway, saying:
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The biggest night in Latin Music just got even bigger!
But now we're even more excited for the award show, because we can exclusively reveal that Roselyn Sanchez will host the 17th Annual Latin GRAMMYs Awards!
The Devious Maids star is the perfect choice to host the ceremony — not only is she an accomplished singer-songwriter and actress, but the Puerto Rican bombshell is a very outspoken figure in the Latin community.
Since the award show will take place after election day, we can only hope Sanchez is already rehearsing an opening number that celebrates the Republican nominee's loss! Ha!
Either way, we'll definitely be tuning into the Latin Grammys on November 17 at 8 p.m. EST on Univision!
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Knockout rounds continued on Tuesday's episode of The Voice, and the contestants delivered such earth-shattering performances that Carson Daly probably needs to check those red chairs for structural damage.
The second night of knockouts treated Miley Cyrus to another performance by her childhood fave singer, who might just be the frontrunner to make it to the final showdown!
We also got to see more awkward insults from Adam Levine using the word "hillbilly," (which Miley was NOT having) and a surprise endorsement for Tim McGraw's cologne!
See the best performances (below) and find out who advanced to the next round!
We've sure got a lot to look forward to in the future as Hillary Clinton was officially declared the Presidential nominee for the Democratic Party on Tuesday night at the Democratic National Convention!
While there were plenty of inspiring moments from last night's event, including Bill Clinton's touching speech and Alicia Keys' performance, one of the most unforgettable ones was the video a TON of celebs made singing Rachel Platten's Fight Song in the style of Pitch Perfect!
Of course, there was no one more appropriate to lead the group than Pitch Perfect 2's director Elizabeth Banks as she was joined by Mandy Moore, Aisha Tyler, Jaime King, Jane Fonda, Connie Britton, Kristin Chenoweth, Idina Menzel, Ian Somerhalder, Nikki Reed, Julie Bowen, Jesse Tyler Ferguson, America Ferrera, and Eva Longoria.
Ch-ch-check out the AH-Mazing video (below) and share your thoughts on the election so far!
This season of America's Got Talent has already showed us there's still a lot of untapped star potential out there but Tuesday night's episode might have had Simon Cowell's favorite performer yet!
While we've already been treated to the next Taylor Swift, and been privileged to see a 13-year-old SLAM Donald Trump during her standup act, there's nothing like an inspiration performance which is exactly what we got from Calysa Bevier!
Bevier, a 16-year-old survivor of stage 3 ovarian cancer took the stage to briefly tell her story and then perform Rachel Platten's Fight Song to which Simon finally used his once-per-season golden buzzer saying:
We're certainly in a better place having listened to this!
That's because after achieving similar success with her second single Stand By You, the 34-year-old just completed her inspirational trifecta with Better Place!
Rachel ditched regular music video tropes in favor of a social experiment that saw her fans interacting with their loved ones while listening to the track on a record player.
While the vignettes are a little heavy-handed, we can't help but feel our hearts warm as we watch along — she just fills us with so much joy!
Plus, how great does she look with this new hairstyle?!
Ch-ch-check out Rachel Platten's Better Place music video (above)!!!
The Billboard Music Awards are right around the corner!
There are plenty of great artists out there, but Billboard honors the best of the best with their awards, from new talent to top sellers.
The nominations were announced on Good Morning America Monday morning, and you can check out the full list of nominees (below)!