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Premios Juventud (Youth Awards) is an awards show for Spanish-speaking celebrities in the areas of film, music, sports, fashion, and pop culture, presented by the television network Univision. Winners are determined by online vote at univision.com.

Premios Juventud
2017 Premios Juventud
Awarded for pop culture of young Hispanic and Latino Americans
Country United States
Presented by Univision
First awarded 2004
Website http://www.univision.com/especiales/premios-juventud Edit this on Wikidata

Premios Juventud is set apart by their unique categories, including "Me muero sin ese CD" (Album I can't live without), "Mi concierto favorito" (My favorite concert), and "La más pegajosa" (Catchiest song).

Enrique Iglesias has won the highest numbers of awards with 16 awards.

Past winners have included people such as Enrique Iglesias, Prince Royce, Juanes, Shakira, Daddy Yankee, Thalía, RBD, Romeo Santos, Antonio Banderas, Maná, Jennifer Lopez, Gloria Trevi and Fifth Harmony.

EditionsEdit

The first two editions were held in September. In 2006 it was moved up to July. From 2004 to 2017 the show aired on a Thursday. Starting in 2018 it will air on a Sunday.

Every edition has been held in the Watsco Center.

Edition Date Host(s) Venue
1st September 23, 2004 Cristián de la Fuente, Galilea Montijo, Myrka Dellanos Watsco Center
2nd September 22, 2005 Jaime Camil, Kate del Castillo
3rd July 13, 2006 Alessandra Rosaldo, Cristián de la Fuente, Jan, Ninel Conde
4th July 19, 2007 Angélica Vale, Belinda Peregrín, Jaime Camil
5th July 17, 2008 Eduardo Santamarina, Mayrin Villanueva, RBD
6th July 16, 2009 Anahi, Juan Soler, Karyme Lozano, Pee Wee
7th July 15, 2010 Ninel Conde, Pee Wee
8th July 21, 2011
9th July 19, 2012 Alicia Machado
10th July 18, 2013 Eduardo Yañez, Erika Buenfil
11th July 17, 2014 Ana Brenda Contreras, Cristián de la Fuente, Galilea Montijo
12th July 16, 2015 Alejandra Espinoza, El Dasa, Ninel Conde, William Levy
13th July 14, 2016 Emeraude Toubia, William Levy
14th July 6, 2017[1] Alejandra Espinoza, Danilo Carrera

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