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Juan Luis Guerra, Camila, Nelly Furtado win Latin Grammys

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latin-grammy-swimmersImage Credit: Mark Ralston/AFP/Getty ImagesThe Latin Grammys were held Thursday in Las Vegas, and Dominican merengue star Juan Luis Guerra and Mexican pop trio Camila were the big winners. See a list of major categories below. Guerra opened the show with a performance that included synchronized swimmers (pictured) and trumpet player Chris Botti. Camila also took advantage of the pool built-in to the stage to add some drama to an aeriel act. Watch those performances after the jump, along with Ricky Martin, Enrique Iglesias (who was joined by a marching band), and Nelly Furtado (who won Best Female Pop Vocal Album). 

Record of the Year: “Mientes,” Camila
Album of the Year: A Son de Guerra, Juan Luis Guerra
Song of the Year: “Mientes,” Mario Domm & Monica Velez, songwriters
Best New Artist: Alex Cuba
Best Female Pop Vocal Album: Mi Plan, Nelly Furtado
Best Male Pop Vocal Album: Paraiso Express, Alejandro Sanz
Best Pop Album by a Duo or Group with Vocal: Dejarte de Amar, Camila
Best Urban Music Album: Mi Nina Bonita, Chino y Nacho
Best Ranchero Album: Necesito de Ti, Vicente Fernandez
Best Contemporary Tropical Album: A Son de Guerra, Juan Luis Guerra
Best Tropical Song: “Bachata en Fukuoka,” Juan Luis Guerra, songwriter
Best Rock Song: “Deja Vu,” Gustavo Cerati 

Originally posted November 12 2010 — 10:53 AM EST

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