ICYMI: Fifth Harmony, Becky G and Luis Coronel Took Over Premios Juventud

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The night started with a warning to Donald Trump:

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Pitbull had one simple message: “Watch out for El Chapo, PAPO.”

Jorge Ramos also chimed in…

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“When election day comes we are going to remember who had our backs and who was against us,” said Ramos, who encouraged everyone to vote.

READ: Trump, If You Throw Punches, Latinos Fight Back

Then Fifth Harmony hit the stage.????? 

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In scandalizing red outfits, Fifth Harmony sang the Spanish version of their hit song “Worth It.”

READ: Camila Cabello of Fifth Harmony Skipped Her Quinceañera to Become a Pop Star

Becky G got some lip action from J Balvin.

The two sang Becky G’s “Can’t Stop Dancing” in English AND Spanish.

READ: Becky G is Living the American Dream

Luis Coronel kept thanking God.

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Coronel had a good reason. He was the second highest winner of the night with four awards. Enrique Iglesias, who missed the show, took home five.

Calibre 50 moved the audience to tears with a Joan Sebastian tribute.

Don Francisco got some love, too.

Don Francisco received a special shoutout for his cultural contributions as the host of Sábado Gigante.

READ: Sábado Gigante is Ending and We’re Worried For Our Moms

RBD fans were giddy with the return of Anahí.

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The Mexican singer, who hasn’t performed on stage in six years, closed out the night with Wisin to sing her new single, “Rumba.”

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