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‘2014 Billboard Latin Music Awards’ live stream: Red carpet, TV start time

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The 2014 Billboard Latin Music Awards will be held on Thursday night at the Bank United Center in Miami. Honoring the top performers of the genre, there is a great lineup with performance by Enrique Iglesias, Marc Anthony, Prince Royce, Andrea Bocelli and Ricky Martin. While the show can be seen on Telemundo on Thursday, there is a live stream for fans who want to watch portions of the show without interruption. According to Billboard on Thursday morning, there will be a live stream for the red carpet and behind the stage portions.

The Billboard Latin Music Awards is being co-hosted by Raul Gonzalez, Roselyn Sanchez, and Laura Flores. All three hosts will kick off the fun with the traditional red carpet walk and then get the show started. The red carpet portion of the event starts at 7:00 p.m. ET.

One of the highlights will be Italian tenor, singer and songwriter Andrea Bocelli. According to TV By the Numbers, he will be bestowed the "Billboard Lifetime Achievement Award" and will perform live for the event. One of the most successful classical solo artist ever he has fourteen solo studio albums, three greatest hits albums, nine complete operas, with more than 80 million albums sold worldwide.

The 2014 Billboard Latin Music Awards starts at 8 p.m. ET. And fans can watch the three-hour show on Telemundo. If a live stream access is easier for viewers, Billboard.com will begin airing live feed at 6 p.m. ET. The viewers will see all the happenings on the red carpet and view the stars arriving to the event.

The award offers up a look at fashion, fun and gives viewers a chance to hear about the current careers of their favorite stars. This year will mark 25th anniversary celebration of this award show. It ends the annual Billboard Latin Music Conference being held in Miami, Florida.

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