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Mexican pop star Gloria Trevi sang her heart out at the 33rd annual Premio Lo Nuestro, singing back-to-back hits such as “Pelo Suelto,” “Cinco Minutos,” “Todos Me Miran,” “Grande” and “Gloria.”

Joining her onstage, Ivy Queen sang “Todos Me Miran” as Trevi worked the dance floor with her troupe of dancers.

Following her vibrant set, Trevi was awarded with the Premio La Trayectoria for her extraordinary trajectory and legacy. Mexican singer-songwriter Yuri handed the award to her longtime friend, who gave a heartfelt speech.

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“I want to offer this recognition to God,” Trevi started off her speech. “God allows me to be here tonight, alive and healthy despite all we’ve been through. I also want to dedicate this to my kids. One of them is celebrating their birthday today and the other one I just found out has COVID-19 but they are warriors. I love them.”

The 2021 Premio Lo Nuestro is airing live from Miami’s AmericanAirlines Arena via Univision with Chiquinquirá Delgado, José Ron and Yuri as hosts of the three-hour show.

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