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Alejandro Sanz, Choc Quib Town among Latin Grammy winners; Mariah Carey and Maxwell to celebrate "Christmas in Washington"

By David Malitz

choc quib townColombian trio Choc Quib Town was one of many emerging talents to take home an award at last night's Latin Grammys. (REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni)

- The 11th annual Latin Grammy Awards featured a wide variety of winners in 47 categories. Those included annual star Alejandro Sanz (Best Male Pop Vocal Album), Mala Rodriguez (Best Urban Song), Juan Luis Guerra (Album of the Year), Choc Quib Town (Best Alternative Song) and Camila, a trio that won Record of the Year and Song of the Year. See a list of winners in the major categories after the jump. View a full photo gallery here.

- This year's "Christmas In Washington" televised concert special will feature performances by Mariah Carey, Annie Lennox and Maxwell. The show will be taped at the National Building Museum on Dec. 12 and will air on TNT at at 8 p.m. The event will be hosted by Ellen Degeneres. Last year was all about Bieber.

Record of the Year - "Mientes," Camila

Album of the Year - "A Son de Guerra," Juan Luis Guerra

Song of the Year - "Mientes," Mario Domm & Monica Velez, songwriters

Best New Artist - Alex Cuba

Best Female Pop Vocal Album - "Mi Plan," Nelly Furtado

Best Male Pop Vocal Album - "Paraiso Express," Alejandro Sanz

Best Pop Album by a Duo or Group with Vocal - "Dejarte de Amar," Camila

Best Urban Music Album - "Mi Nina Bonita," Chino y Nacho

Best Ranchero Album - "Necesito de Ti," Vicente Fernandez

Best Contemporary Tropical Album - "A Son de Guerra," Juan Luis Guerra

Best Tropical Song - "Bachata en Fukuoka," Juan Luis Guerra, songwriter

Best Rock Song - "Deja Vu," Gustavo Cerati

By David Malitz  | November 12, 2010; 10:10 AM ET
Categories:  Morning click  | Tags:  Alejandro Sanz, Annie Lennox, Camila, Choc Quib Town, Latin Grammys, Mariah Carey, Maxwell  
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