The 2022 Latin Grammy Awards are set to be a star-studded event, starting with this year’s presenters.

The 23rd annual awards ceremony will take place on Thursday, November 17, live from the Michelob Ultra Arena at Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas. TODAY can exclusively announce that Luis Fonsi, Talia, Anita and Laura Pausini will host the 2022 Latin Grammys.

The “Despacito” singer is a five-time Latin Grammy winner, while Pausini has four Latin Grammys. Talia has six career nominations, while Anita has eight. The Brazilian singer is currently nominated for Record of the Year and Best Reggaeton Performance at this year’s ceremony.

The evening’s four hosts follow last year’s hosts Carlos Rivera, Ana Brenda Contreras and Roselyn Sanchez.

The 2022 Latin Grammy Nominations were announced in September, with Bad Bunny leading the list with 10 nominations. Edgar Barrera has nine nominations, Rav Alejandro, who also performs during the telecast, has eight, and Christina Aguilera, Rosalia and Drexler each have seven nominations.

See the full list of 53 categories here.

The event will feature performances by Sebastian Yatra, Marc Anthony, Jessie & Joy, Chikis, Angela Aguilar, Banda Los Recaditos, Karin Leon, Nicky Jam and Sean Bandera. There will also be a special set from this year’s Recording Academy Man of the Year, Marco Antonio Solis.

More information about artists, presenters and moments will be announced later.

The 2022 Latin Grammy Awards will air live on November 17 at 8:00 PM ET on Univision.

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