The 2019 Billboard Latin Music Awards are almost here! We can't wait to see all of our favorite stars from the Latin music industry hit the red carpet on April 25, but before the big night, Wonderwall.com is taking a look back at the fashion from past shows. First up? One of many killer J.Lo ensembles — Jennifer Lopez's barely-there Julien Macdonald look at the 2017 Billboard Latin Music Awards. The black beaded outfit was a showstopper featuring hundreds of slits in geometric shapes — and it bared even more skin with a plunging neckline and a thigh-high slit up the front. Keep reading to take a look at more of the most memorable red carpet moments from past Billboard Latin Music Awards…
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A less fashionable (yet equally memorable!) version of Jennifer Lopez's Julien Macdonald getup? That was on display at the 2016 Billboard Latin Music Awards. Sophia Del Carmen donned this daring ensemble, which looked more like lingerie than couture. Instead of the geometric shapes in J.Lo's design, this one simply had a bralette-style top with matching bottoms topped with a completely sheer half-skirt tied around her waist.
Shakira, is that you? Back in 2006, a fresh-faced Shakira rocked this odd combo at the Billboard Latin Music Awards — a sheer cap-sleeved top with studded embellishments and a pair of black trousers — and looked more business casual than red carpet ready.
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Mexican superstar Gloria Trevi gave us bridal chic at the 2011 Billboard Latin Music Awards when she arrived wearing this sweet off-the-shoulder nude-belted gown featuring a full skirt covered in white ruffles. The only part of her ensemble we could have lived without? That odd choker necklace with a gemstone-clad bow.
Alicia Keys turned up at the 2004 Billboard Latin Music Awards, but she didn't get very fancy for the show! The star rocked a silky seafoam green top with black jeans and studded black boots on the red carpet — a memorably underdressed look.
Eva Longoria arrived at the 2017 Billboard Latin Music Awards in this edgy Elisabetta Franchi getup — a pantsuit featuring a plunging neckline and split sleeves on the top paired with sleek white trousers on the bottom.
One wrong move and Desiree Estrada would have had a major wardrobe malfunction on her hands! The star wore this daring (and memorably bad!) navy look on the red carpet at the 2013 Billboard Latin Music Awards — a look held together by a few tiny black-and-silver strings!
We loved Becky G's all-grown-up getup at the 2018 Billboard Latin Music Awards. The black halter-style gown featured a sleek fitted cut and a subtle train. She brought a little color to the ensemble with her nails and that perfect red lip while her braids gave this otherwise classic look a fun edge.
Though we liked the unexpected color combo of purple and orange, we mostly remember Paulina Rubio's 2012 Billboard Latin Music Awards look for its super-short length. The strapless frock looked more like a shirt since it ended high on her thighs. She completed her ensemble with orange heels, but the color was off, making this a miss both back then and now.
Jennifer Lopez gave us Cinderella vibes at the 2005 Billboard Latin Music Awards. Her pale blue frock featured thick embellished straps, a plunging neckline and a mermaid-style skirt that flared out at the knees. She paired the elegant look with an equally fancy updo.
Was Ricky Martin trying to set a record for most fashion rules broken at the 2018 Billboard Latin Music Awards? A three-piece suit sans tie? Shoes sans socks? We weren't impressed with this style rebel that year.
Michelle Rodriguez kept things simple and sophisticated in a sleek black halter-style floor-length gown at the 2013 Billboard Latin Music Awards, proving you can't go wrong with a good black dress.
Alexandra Olavarria served up a puzzling fashion miss at the 2018 Billboard Latin Music Awards. The star rocked a studded blue bodysuit with a printed, embellished overlay — complete with fringe — then added some casual bracelets, earrings and necklaces to make this look even more of a head-scratcher.
Another bizarre 2018 Billboard Latin Music Awards ensemble? Paty Cantu's shimmering embellished jumpsuit, which might have been fine on its own, but with a nude tulle belt and flowing half-skirt, she truly lost us. Add to that those mismatched heels and this look was a memorable mess.
We love a bold color combo! That's what Carmen Dominicci served up at the 2011 Billboard Latin Music Awards in a one-shouldered gown made up of a stunning emerald green bodice and belted detail that gave way to a regal purple skirt.
Aracely Arambula looked like a walking rose garden at the 2017 Billboard Latin Music Awards. Unfortunately, that's not necessarily a good thing on a red carpet. Her strange dress featured the illusion of roses wrapping around her arms and waist with even more rose embellishments down her otherwise black fitted gown.
Adriana Lima kept things cool in all black at the 2016 Billboard Latin Music Awards. The model rocked this funky frock, which kept her covered up on top with long sleeves before baring her belly in an asymmetrical cut-out at the stomach. A diagonal slit and pointed skirt completed this fun look, which she complemented with strappy black heels.
Ruffles gone wrong! At the 2007 Billboard Latin Music Awards, Ivelin Giro rocked this shiny white frock that not only had frills down the bodice but also had a tiered-ruffle skirt.
Jennifer Lopez stunned in this icy silver minidress at the 2018 Billboard Latin Music Awards. The David Koma design featured a high neck, long sleeves and cut-outs at the waist. She paired it perfectly with a matching clutch and metallic platform peep-toe heels.
This color! Mariana Rodriguez picked the perfect shade of green for her red carpet moment at the 2017 Billboard Latin Music Awards. Her thin-strapped fitted frock was a big hit that night.
Monique "Momo" Gonzalez stunned on the 2017 Billboard Latin Music Awards red carpet… but not in a good way! The star wore this funky pale pink frock with a plunging neckline and slits all the way up to her hips — a puzzling and unpopular look.
Miria Diaz brought the glamour in this black jumpsuit at the 2018 Billboard Latin Music Awards — a one-piece ensemble with a plunging neckline and fun, extra-long split sleeves that she paired with platform heels.
Yikes! Adassa arrived at the 2014 Billboard Latin Music Awards in this atrocity. From the studded bodice to the frilly sleeves to the tiny, sheer short skirt and lengthy train, this whole getup looked like it was a few months too early for Halloween.
Becky G was a vision in red at the 2017 Billboard Latin Music Awards. She rocked this Marmar Halim crimson number that featured spaghetti straps and a full skirt and kept things modest up top with an illusion panel down the bodice.
Karol G's 2018 Billboard Latin Music Awards look was all business in the back and party in the front. The unflattering gown featured shorts underneath a full, long skirt. She accessorized with long gloves, which certainly didn't help matters.
Kate Del Castillo's 2017 Billboard Latin Music Awards look was sleek and sophisticated. This black-and-blue intricately embellished design had a one-shouldered cape detail and a subtle slit that showed off her strappy black sandals.
Cynthia Olavarria made quite an entrance in this loud floral-print strapless ballgown, but the huge ruffled detail down the back ensured she also made a memorable exit at the 2014 Billboard Latin Music Awards.
Jennifer Lopez kept uncharacteristically covered up at the 2015 Billboard Latin Music Awards. She underwhelmed in this Zuhair Murad outfit — a lacy, beaded semi-sheer jumpsuit topped with a white capelet.
We obsessed over Natalia Jimenez's gorgeous gown at the 2015 Billboard Latin Music Awards. The star wowed in this fun strapless frock featuring an interesting inverted neckline and black top that gave way to a pretty printed skirt covered with green, blue and pink geometric shapes. Taking this look to the next level? Those equally killer green drop earrings.
Stunning! Catherine Siachoque turned heads at the 2011 Billboard Latin Music Awards in this strapless fiery red-orange confection complete with tiers and tiers of delicate ruffles that ended in an elegant train.