The Good, The Bad And The Ugly Of The Latin Grammys

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The Latin Grammys, held last night in Vegas, brought out some spectacular gowns — and some spectacular trainwrecks. In short, it was everything a red carpet should be.

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Let's talk J.Lo: The Andrew Gn gown is potentially stunning, but would it kill her to get a size she can sit and eat in?


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Can we all agree that singer Angelica Maria looks fab in a Zsa-Zsa sort of way? Not to mention, warm.


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Liliana Gil is actually not worn by this massive print: no small feat.


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Kany Garcia goes for pretty, late-70s glam.


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Ilia Calderón: totally elegant.


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Natalia Jiménez does a literal — but fun — spin on flamenco!


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A slightly more restrained take from Pamela Silva-Conde.


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Singer Estrella Morente, apparently working with that hot new 5-year-old stylist!


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Lucrecia's dress channels Ursula. Never a bad thing.


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I don't know that we can call Ely Guerra a scroll-down fug so much as a scroll-down accelerated aging, a la Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade: by the time we reach the feet, we're in Boca Raton.


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Rakel will be taking the role of Queen of the Night right after this.


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Charo, aging like fine wine.


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D'Manti, clearly a spiritual heir.



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I love number 8. Hot!

Number 14... Wearing fug figure skating outfits on the red/green carpet is never a good idea.