Sebastián Yatra and Reik Were So Excited to Win a Premio Lo Nuestro, They Literally Rolled on the Ground
Univision's Premio Lo Nuestro took place last night with a celebration of the best of Latin music chosen by none other than the people who actually listen to and support the artists: the fans.
One of the most nominated artists of the night - and clear fan favorite - Sebastián Yatra was also one of the first to take home an award for Song of the Year, Pop/Rock thanks to his collaboration with Reik in the hit "Un Año."
Once they were announced as the winners, Sebastián stood up and tried to drag his manager to accompany him to get the award, but he wasn't expecting Reik coming from behind him to celebrate as well.
Jesús was the first to hug Sebastián, joined by Bibi and Julio, who embraced him so hard, it made both of them fall into the ground in what was probably the sweetest and funniest moment of the night.
Both Sebastián and Reik were visibly thrilled to win this award, and they couldn't stop thanking each other for making this collaboration possible. Keep scrolling to relieve this fun moment.
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