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7 Things You Didn’t See on TV at the 2023 Billboard Latin Music Awards

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The 2023 Billboard Latin Music Awards took place on Thursday night, celebrating Latin music’s biggest stars of yesterday and today.

The night’s top winner was música Mexicana star Peso Pluma, nabbing eight awards including artist of the year, new; Hot Latin Songs artist of the year, male; and songwriter of the year. Pluma was followed by Bad Bunny, who took home seven awards, including artist of the year and tour of the year.

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Both Pluma and Bunny performed at the awards ceremony. The former sung “La Bebe” with Yng Lvcas and “Por Las Noches” with Nicki Nicole. The latter, a medley of his hits and the live premiere of his new single “Un Preview.”

Colombian superstar Karol G won five awards, including Top Latin Album of the year for her historic set Mañana Será Bonito, which debuted at No. 1 on the all-genre Billboard 200 chart, becoming the first Spanish-language album by a female artist to do so. Karol also received the special Spirit of Hope Award for her foundation Con Cora, in support of women and girls.

“Yesterday, for the first time in my career, I won the award for ‘best album of the year,’ other awards and a special recognition to my foundation, which impacts more people every day thanks to the support of all of you,” she expressed on Instagram. “I feel very happy and grateful. What a great life!!!”

A wave of artists also took center stage to perform, including Feid, Myke Towers, El Alfa, Tini, Grupo Frontera and many more.

And while all of this was televised on Telemundo, Billboard was on the blue carpet and backstage catching the rest of the action. Check out seven things you didn’t see on TV below.

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