Eugenio Derbez & Jacky Bracamontes to Host 2019 Latin American Music Awards

For the first time, Mexican artists Eugenio Derbez and Jacky Bracamontes will host the 2019 Latin American Music Awards.

Internationally acclaimed comedian, actor, and producer Eugenio Derbez and actress and hostess Jacky Bracamontes, one of the most prominent celebrities in Latin American entertainment, will host, for the first time ever, the 2019 Latin American Music Awards.

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With their indisputable talent, these two Mexican artists, who have starred in successful international films and television series, will bring the “Latin AMAs” awards ceremony to life, to showcase performances by artists in English and Spanish.

As the creator of the series “La Familia P. Luche” and lead actor on film productions like “Instructions Not Included,” Eugenio Derbez has rocketed to international stardom in a very short period of time. Variety magazine named him the most influential Hispanic man in entertainment, and he has been considered the #1 Influencer on Mexican social networks during the last two years.

But without a doubt, the film “Instructions Not Included,” which he not only directed but also co-wrote, became the most successful Spanish-language movie in U.S. history. Derbez can now be seen on Paramount’s “Dora and the Lost City of Gold” starring Eva Longoria, Michael Peña, and Isabela Moner and directed by James Bobin; as well as on Sony’s “The Angry Birds Movie” 2, alongside Jason Sudeikis, Bill Hader and Peter Dinklage.

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Hostess and actress Jacky Bracamontes, a native of Guadalajara, Mexico, is one of the most influential celebrities in Latin America. The Mexican star has hosted some of the most renowned Spanish-language television events, including ‘Premios TVyNovelas” and five seasons of “La Voz” Mexico.

Last year, she joined Telemundo as the host of sports and entertainment show “Viva el Mundial y Más” (Long Live the World Cup and More), offering coverage of all of the events and most up-to-date topics surrounding the 2018 Russia FIFA World Cup™. This year, the former beauty queen returned to the Telemundo screen to host “La Voz,” the first U.S. Spanish-language version of the NBC hit show, “The Voice.”

Throughout her highly regarded career, she has starred in several successful ‘novelas’ like “Las Tontas No Van al Cielo”, “Heridas de Amor”, “Sortilegio,” and “Un Padre No Tan Padre,” among others, in addition to hosting several shows and numerous specials for Spanish-language television. She has been featured on the covers of the most prestigious Hispanic entertainment and lifestyle magazines and has been the image of multiple international brands.

The Latin AMAs stage will also shine with previously announced performances by Ozuna, Becky G, CNCO, Gente de Zona, Farruko, Wisin & Yandel, Christian Nodal, Zion & Lennox, Kali Uchis, and many more.

The “Latin American Music Awards” (Latin AMAs) 2019 will air on Telemundo on October 17 from the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood, California.

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Written by Lupe LLerenas

Lupe LLerenas formerly known as 'Lupe Looove' has built her work around all things entertainment. She loves writing, listening to music and discovering new things. When she's not prepping for an interview, chasing a story on social media or covering an event, you can find Lupe roaming the streets of Los Angeles with her phone in hand. Stay connected with Lupe on all social media platforms @LupeLLerenas.