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Latin Grammys Come to Children's Hospital

Rumbo, Posted: Nov 14, 2008

HOUSTON Latin Grammy nominees spent their time before the awards with ill patients at the Houston Children's Memorial Hospital, reports Rumbo newspaper. Latino stars such as Frankie J, Jennifer Pea, Obie Bermudez, and Paula De Anda sang songs, signed autographs, and took pictures with the children. Jennifer Pea said it gave her great pleasure to spend time with them and give them a little a happiness.

The 9th Annual Latin Grammys was held Thursday night at the Toyota Center in Houston. Colombian singer Juanes won five awards, giving him a career total of seventeen, and broke Spains Alejandro Sanzs fourteen Latin Grammy record, reports Univision online.



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