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Latin Grammys start political, with Obama's immigration speech, then go pop
Latin Grammys start political, with Obama's immigration speech, then go pop

The 15th Latin Grammy Awards started off with ... President Obama's immigration speech. The Univision network delayed the telecast of the Latin music awards show for nearly 20 minutes so that the audience could watch the president announce his executive action that will potentially allow millions of those in the U.S. illegally protection from deportation. As soon as the speech was done, the Latin Grammys got down to the glamorous business of giving awards — to salsa singer Marc Anthony, Spanish pop crooner Enrique Iglesias and Mexican balladeer Pepe Aguilar, among others. But mostly the show was about performances (19 by my count). And in what has become the Grammy...

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