We finally know the full list of performers at the 2020 Latin Grammy Awards that will air Nov. 19, and the roster couldn’t get any hotter! Besides reggaeton heavyweights, and nominees, such as J Balvin, Anitta, and Bad Bunny, we’re excited to see newcomers like Nathy Peluso, the Argentine singer killing it with her new album, Calambre.
While I’m getting ready to cry while watching Natalia Jiménez and Carlos Rivera honoring Julio Iglesias, bachata fans better have their Instagram open and ready on Story mode, because Leslie Grace and Prince Royce will perform a tribute celebrating Dominican legend Juan Luis Guerra. ¡Ojalá que llueva café!
Check out this year’s nominees, and see the full list of artists hitting the stage at the 21st edition of the awards:
Rauw Alejandro, Anitta, J Balvin, Camilo, Lupita Infante, Juanes, Mariachi Sol de México de José Hernández, Ricky Martin, José Luis Perales, Prince Royce, Carla Morrison, Anuel AA, Marc Anthony, Bad Bunny, Calibre 50, Pedro Capó, Julio Reyes Copello, Alex Cuba, Alejandro Fernández, Karol G, Kany García, Guaynaa, Los Tigres del Norte, Víctor Manuelle, Ricardo Montaner, Christian Nodal, Debi Nova, Fito Páez, Nathy Peluso, Raquel Sofía, Sebastián Yatra, Alejandro Fernández, Christian Nodal, Natalia Jiménez, Carlos Rivera, Leslie Grace, Ivy Queen, Jesús Navarro
Of Course Harry Styles’s Mom Supports His Vogue Cover: “Who Doesn’t Love Playing Dress Up?”
Harry Styles made history. He made history as the first solo man to grace the cover of Vogue in the magazine’s 127-year history. He did that. And he did it with the gender norm-defying grace and style he’s been bringing to the industry for as long as we can remember. Harry’s Vogue cover drew praise and criticism, and during a recent interview, the 26-year-old superstar’s mother spoke about his passion for clothing developing at a young age.
“I think maybe I had something to do with it because I was always a big fan of doing fancy dress with them when they were smaller, which Gemma hated, but Harry always embraced,” Anne Twist said during an appearance on Lorraine. (ICYMI: “fancy dress” is British slang for dressing in costumes.) “Who doesn’t love playing dress up?” she added.
Harry’s sister Gemma shared this nostalgic sentiment in the Vogue interview, adding that dress up was always Harry’s thing. “My mum loved to dress us up,” Gemma said. “I always hated it, and Harry was always quite into it. She did some really elaborate papier-mâché outfits. .. Harry also had a little Dalmatian-dog outfit, a hand-me-down from our closest family friends. He would spend an inordinate amount of time wearing that outfit.”
Fashion has always been a huge part of Harry’s identity, and giving him that freedom to express himself at a young age helped shape the Vogue cover star and great human he is today. And seriously, who doesn’t love playing dress up?!