Now that the prizes have been handed out, it's time to take on the fashion from the 2020 Billboard Latin Music Awards, and Wonderwall.com has rounded up the best and worst dressed stars of the night. Though we adore Paulina Rubio, the Latin music star's purple getup underwhelmed us. From the double straps to the corseted belt details at the waist to the asymmetrical hemline that went from thigh-high short to extra-long, this frock was far from our favorite. We're also not fans of the matchy-matchy way she added thigh-high boots in the same hue. Keep reading to see more of the fashion hits and misses…
Adore! We loved Jessie Reyez's stand-out coordinates on the Billboard Latin Music Awards red carpet. From the stunning floral dual-toned fabric to the crop top with the dramatic, billowing off-the-shoulder sleeves to that gorgeous skirt with a high-low hemline, this look was one of our favorites of the night.
A baggy white suit with no shirt underneath? Yep, that's what Manuel Turizo wore to the Billboard Latin Music Awards. Making matters worse? He also added some chunky sneakers to the mix, scoring himself a serious fashion miss.
We loved the drama that Sofia Castro's black ballgown brought to the carpet. From the unique sweeping of that neckline to the sky-high slit up the right side, this black dress was anything but boring. The star spiced things up even more by pairing her confection with hot pink stilettos to add a pop of color.
We're not sure if Snow realized he was attending an award show! The artist arrived in a denim jacket, white T-shirt, jeans and sneakers, topping everything off with a red hat for a seriously snoozeworthy look.
Luis Fonsi certainly looked dapper in Dolce&Gabbana at the Billboard Latin Music Awards! The superstar arrived in this sharp all-black ensemble, which featured surprisingly sparkly embellishments that elevated his monochromatic look. Let's take a closer look…
Luis Fonsi set himself apart by rocking a sparkly dress shirt underneath his suit, which corresponded perfectly with the embellished detailing along his jacket's lapels.
There was a little too much happening with Nastassja Bolívar's gown for our liking. The dual-toned dress featured a strapless neckline, super-high slit and funky jagged hemline. And while those sharp shapes were interesting visually, we think the frock should have focused on fewer odd details.
We loved the eye-catching blue and silver number that Samadhi Zendejas sported at the Billboard Latin Music Awards. The fun geometric design, the cutouts at the waist and the slinky silhouette made this long-sleeved design a standout.
Now that is a busy suit! We have to give it to Dalex, who rocked this bold suit complete with a matching dress shirt underneath. The all-over print was a risk, but it certainly paid off at the Billboard Latin Music Awards.
It was black and silver for Jacqueline Bracamontes, who sported this slinky black gown with dramatic silver embellishments down the bodice. We appreciated the way the sparkly additions jazzed up what would have otherwise been a simple LBD. But we're missing the best part of this frock, which we'll see next…
The back! Jacqueline Bracamontes' gown featured sheet netting and even more gorgeous silver embellishments on the back, elevating this look even further.
Another star who sported black and silver? Carlos Vives, who seriously jazzed up an otherwise simple all-black look with silver distressed detailing on his black jeans and some impressively shiny silver sneakers.
Next up? Someone who changed things up just a tad — Ivy Queen! Instead of the popular black and silver trend, the star rocked black and gold. Unfortunately this funky getup wasn't our favorite of the night, but we did appreciate the layers of texture all the gold embellishments brought to the mix.
You don't see metallic suits very often, but Jay Wheeler selected that very unique style for the big night. We loved the shimmery coordinates and the way he rocked a black turtleneck underneath. Next up? We'll check out his amazing accessories…
Completing Jay Wheeler's sharp metallic ensemble? A silver chain, which he smartly sported over his turtleneck, and a singular cross earring.
Though ordinarily we'd love this outfit — that killer Chanel sweater! those necklaces! — Yandel's ensemble felt way too casual for such a big night in Latin music. Maybe it was the half-untucked shirt? Whatever the reason, we had to call this one a miss.
What's cooler than a green velvet suit? Not much! J. Rey Soul of the Black Eyed Peas sported this cool set with a black bandeau underneath. The only element we weren't wild about? The funky sunglasses she sported on the red carpet.
J. Rey Soul wasn't the only star sporting a killer green suit! Tempo also selected coordinates in the standout shade — though his was of a more silky variety.
Jeimy Osorio arrived in this eye-catching butterfly-covered ballgown! The strapless frock featured a black and gold base that was covered with dozens of gold and red butterfly embellishments down the dress, creating a whimsical 3D effect on the red carpet. We've got to take a closer look…
Gorgeous! The butterfly embellishments on Jeimy Osorio's strapless confection brought a super unique 3D feel to her stunning look.
Aymée Nuviola wowed in this sleek LBD. We loved the off-the-shoulder sleeves, which featured a fun tiered ruffle detail, and the way the frock had a subtle mermaid-style silhouette, flaring ever so slightly at the base.
We weren't fans of Yomaira Ortiz Feliciano's getup at the Billboard Latin Music Awards. The two-piece look featured a cropped black top, which was fine on its own, but paired with the high-waisted, half-leather, half-multicolored fringe skirt, this look fell flat. And those chunky heels didn't help matters either.
Pablo Alboran kept things classic in all black on the big night. Despite the super simple look of a black dress shirt, suit and dress shoes, we give this one an A+.