The 6 Most Memorable Latino Moments from the Grammys

The Grammy Awards is show to watch for some of the best performances and moments in music history! Check out some of the most memorable Latino moments from Grammys past:

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1. Grammy Latino Memorable Moments: Jennifer Lopez & Marc Anthony

Jennifer Lopez and Marc Anthony serenaded the audience in 2005 with their song "Escapémonos," and it was as if we were watching them tell their love story on the stage. Even though the two are no longer together, we would love to see them him the stage again for another performance. 

2. Grammy Latino Memorable Moments: Shakira & Wycelf Jean

Shakira and Wycelf Jean stole the show in 2007 when they performed their hit song "Hips Don't Lie." La Colombiana took it there with her belly dancing movies, and rocking a gold bra and matching skirt.

3. Grammy Latino Memorable Moments: Jennifer Lopez

Jennifer Lopez made history in 2000 with her now infamous low-cut Versace dress and to this day she talks about the moment that will ever be a part of history. "When I came onstage with David Duchovny, who was the biggest star in the world then, he said to the audience, 'Nobody is looking at me,'" Lopez said. 

4. Grammy Latino Memorable Moments: Ricky Martin

In 1999, Ricky Martin became one of the only three Latinos that had performed at the Grammys. He sang "The Cup of My Life," garning him worldwide recongition. Martin won a Grammy that year and has been nominated numerous times since.

5. Grammy Latino Memorable Moments: Juanes

At the 2015 Grammy Awards, Juanes took the stage for the first time and performend his song "Juntos." “I’m very excited. I can’t believe this is going to happen. You know, I’ve been waiting for this moment for many years and we are very excited now that it’s about to come, to happen,” he told the Associated Press

6. Grammy Latino Memorable Moments: Miguel

The shade from Miguel at the 2013 Grammys was so real! The singer was up against Frank Ocean in the Best Urban Contemporary Album category but lost to Ocean. He received a standing ovation during his acceptance speech, but Miguel did not get up at all. The singer has said before that he belives he makes better music than Ocean.