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Time Warp: What Happened at the 2005 Latin Grammy Awards

The Latin Grammys turns 15 years old this year! In celebration, let’s walk down memory lane and recap the best moments at the 6th Annual Latin Grammy Awards, which were held in Los Angeles at the Shrine Auditorium on Thursday, November 3, 2005.

Alejandro Fernandez made a surprise appearance in…

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Super tight jeans…we still remember.

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Quick note: This was the first Latin Grammy ceremony to be broadcast by Univision.

Followed by an electrifying performance by Beto Cuevas.

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PLAY: Quiz: Do You Remember What Happened? Latin Grammy Edition

Fan favorite Juan Luis Guerra wins Best Tropical Song and Best Christian Album.

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Alejandro Sanz shocked audiences with his new blonde hair.

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The singer took to home the award for Song of the Year for “Tu No Tienes Alma.”

Ana Barbara mopped the floor…for no reason.

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José José was honored as Person of the Year.

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Salma Hayek makes her first appearance at the Latin Grammys. She never returned.

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The ladies swoon over a young Juanes.

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He was the biggest winner of the night with three awards.

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Juanes won Best Music Video, Best Rock Song and Best Rock Solo Vocal Album.

Olga Tañón closed out the night with confetti and all.

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