The Latin Grammys have acknowledged great artists and presented numerous performances throughout the years, but like in most award ceremonies, red carpet styles capture the most attention. Demi Lovato's unexpected low cut magenta gown left everybody mesmerized in last year's event, but there have been plenty more captivating sexy styles.

Click through the photo gallery below to see Shakira, Sofía Vergara and others and post your opinion!

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  • 2011

    Singer <strong>Demi Lovato</strong> left everybody dumbfounded with a J.Lo mimicking low cut gown. Her overly long sleeves went unnoticed.

  • 2011

    Regardless of her risky choice, her natural physique prevented a malfunction.

  • 2011

    Actress <strong>Angelique Boyer</strong> showed off her good from far, but far from good look.

  • 2011

    Peek-a-boo lace.

  • 2011

    <strong>Julie Ferreti</strong>'s daring number showed exposure limits with upper and lower extremes.

  • 2011

    ... And she was clearly satisfied with her selection.

  • 2011

    <em>Telenovela</em> actress <strong>Blanca Soto</strong> made her less classiest choice with this see-through dress.

  • 2011

    Actress <strong>Sandra Echeverria</strong> chose a metallic shapeless dress for last year's event. This is an obvious suffocating choice.

  • 2011

    Shoulder pads, skimpy shorts, netted stockings and peep-toe shoes, nearly blinded <strong>Paulina Rubio</strong>'s fans.

  • 2011

    In case you were wondering how it looked from behind...

  • 2011

    <strong>Silvia Navarro's</strong> example of unnecessary thigh exposure.

  • 2011

    <strong>Adrienne Bailon</strong>'s provocative risky choice.

  • 2011

    Brazilian singer <strong>Paula Fernandes </strong> wore a corset type dress with see-through laced sides.

  • 2011

    Cristián de la Fuente's wife, actress <strong>Angélica Castro</strong>, showed off her figure in a low cut captivating gown.

  • 2011

    Evident curves don't need much obvious publicity, such as those of <strong>Chiquinquirá Delgado</strong>.

  • 2011

    <strong>Alejandra Guzmán</strong> chose a sexy, but overly confusing attire.

  • 2011

    One of the very few times we have seen <strong>Shakira </strong> showing off her cleavage.

  • 2011

    The Colombian singer looked sexy and elegant in this golden gown.

  • 2011

    <strong>Sofía Vergara</strong> glamorous gown exposed her back with class.

  • 2010

    <strong>Jennifer Lopez</strong> looked elegant in this long sleeve dress with a striking keyhole neckline.

  • 2010

    Are those pants, or boots? Denim shorts with suspender belts? Singer <strong>D'manti</strong> looked like she was going pole dancing.

  • 2010

    Oh, and it also included a skirt, leaving us more confused.

  • 2010

    Perhaps singer <strong>D'Manti</strong> always dreamed of becoming a professional figure skater?

  • 2010

    Singer and actress <strong>Lucero</strong> also looked stunning in black sequin dress, with delicate lace and deep V cleavage.

  • 2010

    Singer <strong>Nelly Furtado</strong> was proud showing off her curves wearing a super tight black dress.

  • 2010

    Sequins and see-through lace never looked this good. <strong>Chiquinquirá Delgado</strong> captured the audience with this black dress by fellow Venezuelan designer Nicolás Felizola.

  • 2010

    Singer <strong>Rosario Flores</strong> took cleavage limits to a new level.

  • 2010

    <strong>Charo</strong> took her flamboyant stage presence to the carpet, looking like she was going to the Brazilian Carnival. But we must admit that she's one of the sexiest 60 year old women on the planet.

  • 2009

    Model <strong>Mayra Verónica</strong> can never go unnoticed with her usual extreme cleavages.

  • 2008

    An ostrich is still looking for his feathers. This is what singer Alejandra Guzmán chose to wear for the event back in 2008. But, as you will see, that wasn't enough...

  • 2008

    So that same year, she chose this attire, apparently, after getting some inspiration from the <em>The Jetsons</em>.

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