Camila Cabello confirmed for Latin American Music Awards
Camila Cabello has been added to this year's annual Latin American Music Awards.
It was announced earlier today that the Cuban-born American star has been added to the line-up, along with Chayanne, Wisin, Chiquis Rivera and Bacilos.
They are set to join Pitbull, Fifth Harmony, Prince Royce, Chris Brown, Gente de Zona, Natalia Jimenez, Banda MS, Alejandra Guzmán, Gloria Trevi, Pablo Alborán, as well as many more.
Colombian superstars Shakira and Maluma top the list of nominees for the awards show which honors artists in the genres of Pop/Rock, Regional Mexican, Urban and Tropical.
Singer and rapper Pitbull is set to receive the first-ever Latin AMA Dick Clark Achievement Award.
The Latin AMAs is set to air live from the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood, Los Angeles, at 9pm ET on Thursday, October 26.
The "Havana" hitmaker recently took part on the Puerto Rico benefit song "Almost Like Praying," which was released last week. Spotify bosses agreed to donate cash to the Puerto Rico relief effort every time fans stream the compilation.
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