Premios Tu Mundo

Premios Tu Mundo winners

 

Thursday was a big night for La Patrona, which cleaned up at Premios Tu Mundo.

The awards — held with a red-carpet event at AmericanAirlines Arena in Miami and hosted by telenovela stars Gaby Espino and Aaron Diaz — paid tribute to the popular show, which won “Novela of the Year” and acting awards for cast members Aracely Arambula, Christian Bach, Gonzalo Garcia Vivanco and Jorge Luis Pila. The novela even got lucky enough to take home the award for Best Bad Luck Moment.

Other novela winners included one award apiece for El Rostro de la Venganza, Pasion Prohibida and El Se ñ or de los Cielos.

In music, Prince Royce’s Incondicional won “Most Popular Song of the Year,” and Invencible by Alerta Zero received the “mun2 presents Best Music Video.” Who gets viewers dancing the most? Must be Gerardo Ortiz, whose Damaso earned “The Party Starting Song” honors.

TV personalities Maria Celeste Arraras and Ana Maria Polo were also honored, for “Best Social Fan Club” and “Best Reality Moment” for Caso Cerrado respectively. And actress Gaby Espino didn’t merely host the event; she also earned the “I’m Sexy and I Know It” award.

Actress Michelle Rodriguez earned the “Fandango Cine’s Latino Performance of the Year” award. “Best Athlete of the Year” went to Argentine soccer star Leo Messi.

Special awards: Actress Eva Longoria won the ALMA de Tu Munda (Soul of Your World) Award, while “Musical Powerhouse” honors went to Daddy Yankee, who also performed. El Se ñ or de Los Cielos won the “Mero Mero” (Top Notch) Award.

Winners were chosen through fan voting on web, mobile and social media platforms; Telemundo viewers chose winners from 20 competing categories.

Find a full list of winners at www.PremiosTuMundo.com

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