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Camila, Guerra Win Big at Latin Grammys


Camila poses backstage with Grammy awards at 11th Annual Latin Grammy Awards on 11 Nov. 2010, in Las Vegas.

Camila poses backstage with Grammy awards at 11th Annual Latin Grammy Awards on 11 Nov. 2010, in Las Vegas.

The Mexican music group Camila and Dominican singer Juan Luis Guerra were the big winners at the 11th Latin Grammy awards, picking up three awards each at the event Thursday in Las Vegas.

Trio Camila, comprised of Mario Domm, Pablo Hurtado and Samuel "Samo" Parra won for recording of the year and song of the year for "Mientes," and also picked up best group pop album for "Dejarte de Amar."

Singer-songwriter Guerra won Grammys for best album of the year, best contemporary tropical album for A Son de Guerra as well as best tropical song for "Bachata en Fukuoko." He has now won 15 Latin Grammys in his career.

The awards were broadcast live in the United States and Latin America on the Univision Spanish-language television network.

The Latin Grammys are awarded each year by the Latin Recording Academy to recognize recordings released in Spanish or Portuguese.

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