Lucero and comedian Eugenio Derbez hosted, working their way through a list of 47 categories in diverse genres.
Mexican pop/rock band Camila took home three Latin Grammys: Best Vocal Pop Album from a duet or group for "Dejarte de amar," and both Song of the Year and Recording of the Year for "Mientes."
Spanish rap star MC Mala Rodríguez took home the Latin Grammy for Best Urban Song for "No pidas perdón."
Canadian-Portuguese singer Nelly Furtado's "Mi plan" won the Latin Grammy for Best Female Pop Vocal Album.
"El Caballero de la Salsa" took with him the Latin Grammy for Best Salsa Album.
Spanish singer and song writer Alejandro Sanz's "Paraíso express" won the Latin Grammy for Best Male Vocal Pop Album.
Mexican singer and actress Aida Cuevas won the Latin Grammy for Best Tango Album.
The "Person of the Year" award went to Spanish opera legend Plácido Domingo.
Latin Grammy winners could not hide their excitement.