Ricky Martin will co-host the 20th Latin Grammy Awards next month alongside Roselyn Sánchez and Paz Vega, the Latin Record Academy announced on Thursday.
Martin, a three-time Latin Grammy winner and two-time Grammy winner, said in a video on his social media platforms that participation is "super important" to him.
"It's been 20 years, where Latin GRAMMY have given us a special night to celebrate and feel proud of our music," Martin said.
The Puerto Rican singer has been part of the Latin Recording Academy since the inaugural Latin Grammy Awards in 2000. During that ceremony, he paid tribute to the legendary singer Tito Puente, alongside Cuban performers Celia Cruz and Gloria Estefan.
In 1999, Martin also made an appearance at the 41st Grammys, performing his famous song "The Cup of Life." Recently, he performed with Camila Cabello and J Balvin at the 61st annual music celebration.
The 20th annual Latin Grammy Awards will be held in the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada on Nov. 14 and air on Univision.
Puerto Rican actress, Roselyn Sánchez, will also co-host the awards show. Sánchez is well known for her roles in "Without A Trace" and "Devious Maids." This will be her third time as host (after 2015 and 2017) and her fifth time participating in the annual ceremony.
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The two Puerto Ricans will also share the stage as co-host with Spanish actress Paz Vega. She is known in Europe, North America, and Latin America by her roles in "Spanglish," "Rambo: Last Blood" and "The OA." Just like Martin, Vega will make her debut as co-host of the Latin Grammy Awards this year.