The 2023 Latin American Music Awards announced their hosts today (Mar. 27), and it’s none other than Natti Natasha, the Argentinian-Puerto Rican actor Julian Gil, and the Mexican actress Galilea Montijo. With this featured slot, the Dominican artist will make her hosting debut. The Latin American Music Awards will take place at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, NV, on Apr. 20. It will also be broadcasted live on Univision, UniMás, and Galavisión.
This hosting position will be an exciting new challenge for the singer. “I’ve never shied away from living new experiences, and tackling new challenges,” Natti reportedly told Billboard. “Hosting an award show is something new and exciting for me. It gives me a way to connect with a live audience and those watching at home, and celebrate with them our culture and passion through what we love… música!”
Billboard also unveiled that the artist is already preparing for the award show. Natti told the publication that in the following weeks, she will be working with the producers, creatives, wardrobe, and production crews “to ensure we give audiences an evening to remember.”
Social media fans are looking forward to Natti’s new gig. An Instagram user, moisescordova6, wrote: “I’m dying this will be history @nattinatasha.” Another Instagram user, nando_ramirezz, echoed the same sentiment, “I WON’T MISS IT FOR ANYTHING ❤️.”
Besides participating as one of this year’s hosts, Natti is also up for three awards at the 2023 Latin American Music Awards this year. She’s nominated for Collaboration of the Year and Best Collaboration – Pop/Urban for “Mayor Que Usted” alongside Daddy Yankee and Wisin y Yandel; and Best Artist – Urban.
That’s not all, though. She will also be releasing new music soon. On Mar. 30, the “Ram Pam Pam” singer is set to release her newest single and music video, “Algarete,” exclusively through her official website.