Enrique Iglesias will perform at the Latin Grammy Awards via satellite from Europe. The Hero hitmaker's performance with Descemer Bueno and Gente De Zona will be beamed live from the Sportpaleis Antwerpen in Antwerp, Belgium during the ceremony in Las Vegas on 20 November (14).
Iglesias' touring partner Pitbull will also be a big part of the event - he'll team up with Santana for another of the night's performance highlights.
Meanwhile, Magic! will hit the stage with Marc Anthony, Wisin will team up with Chris Brown and Pitbull, and Regional Mexican star Pepe Aguilar and Spanish pop icon Miguel Bose will appear together at the MGM Grand Garden Arena.
The show will also feature performances by leading nominees Calle 13, Ricky Martin, Juanes, J Balvin, Person of the Year Joan Manuel Serrat and other stars.
Puerto Rican rapper Eduardo Cabra and songwriter/producer Andres Castro lead all nominees with 10 and eight, respectively.
Puerto Rican rapper Eduardo Cabra is set for a big night at the 2014 Latin Grammy Awards after landing 10 nominations for the prizegiving. The star will compete in some of the biggest categories of the night, including Album of the Year, Record of the Year and Song of the Year as part of the band Calle 13.
Songwriter/producer Andres Castro follows with eight nods, while international superstar Enrique Iglesias has landed his first nominations for the awards ceremony, with five.
The prizegiving ceremony will air live on Univision on 20 November (14).
Puerto Rican rappers Calle 13 are set to be honoured by New York City officials. Rene Perez Joglar and Eduardo Jose Cabra Martinez will be feted by Mayor Bill de Blasio and City Council Speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito for their social justice efforts ahead of Sunday's (08Jun14) Puerto Rican Day Parade, which Joglar will lead.
Mark-Viverito tells Buzzfeed.com,"I approached (de Blasio) and told him I would like to jointly host (the reception at the mayor's official residence of Gracie Mansion) since I'm the first Puerto Rican in (my) position."
She adds of Calle 13, "I believe when you have a level of notoriety or a prominent position it's important when you're not afraid to express an opinion, especially the way they challenge through their lyrics. They speak out against injustice and issues that others may shy away from. I may not agree with them on everything, but the fact that they even dare to challenge people is good."
Joglar admits he is honoured to be recognised and is looking forward to hosting the parade.
He says, "I am proud to have been chosen to preside over the Puerto Rican Day parade in New York. This is a celebration that permits us to come together to honour our culture and celebrate our nationality and identity."