Sanchez to Present at the Radio Disney Music Awards

Jessica Sanchez has a date with Radio Disney

The 17-year-old half-Mexican American singer, who will be appearing on Fox’s Glee next month, will serve as a presenter at this year’s Radio Disney Music Awards.

Jessica Sanchez

The American Idol runner-up, who recently released the first single from her debut album, will make her appearance on the awards show being held on April 27 at the Nokia Theatre L.A. Live.

But Sanchez isn’t the only Latina set to present an award…

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Other presenters include Bella Thorne, Bridgit Mendler, Denise Richards, R&B singer Jason Derulo, NASCAR Daytona 500 champion Trevor Bayne and Zendaya.

Along with Gomez, Cher Lloyd, Mendler, Cody Simpson, Mindless Behavior, Austin Mahone and Coco Jones are also scheduled to perform.

Miguel Takes Home His First BET Award…

Miguel is celebrating a big first…

The 25-year-old half-Mexican singer/songwriter, who was born Miguel Jontel Pimentel, picked up his first trophy at Sunday night’s BET Awards.

Miguel

Miguel, who lost out in the Best New Artist category at last year’s show, claimed the Best Collaboration trophy for his work with Wale on the hit song “Lotus Flower Bomb.”

Miguel, nominated for three awards, lost to Chris Brown in the Best Male R&B Artist category and to the R&B boy band Mindless Behavior in the Viewers’ Choice Award
 category.

Here’s the full list of winners:

Centric Award
 Common
Youngstars Award
 Diggy
Best Group
 The Throne (Jay-Z and Kanye West)
Best Actor 
Kevin Hart, Think Like a Man
Best Actress 
Viola Davis, The Help
Best Movie The Help
Subway Sportswoman of the Year 
Serena Williams


Subway Sportsman of the Year
 
Kevin Durant
Best New Artist
 Big Sean
Best Male R&B Artist
 Chris Brown
Best Collaboration
 Wale (featuring Miguel), “Lotus Flower Bomb”
Best Gospel
 Yolanda Adams
Best Female R&B Artist 
Beyoncé
Best Female Hip-Hop Artist
 Nicki Minaj
Best Male Hip-Hop Artist
 Drake
Lifetime Achievement Award
 Maze, featuring Frankie Beverly
Video of the Year
 The Throne (Jay-Z and Kanye West), featuring Otis Redding, “Otis”
Humanitarian Award 
The Reverend Al Sharpton
Viewers’ Choice Award
 Mindless Behavior
Video Director of the Year
 Beyoncé and Alan Ferguson
Best International Act: UK
 Sarkodie (Ghana) & Wizkid (Nigeria)
Best International Act: Africa 
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Miguel Receives Three 2012 BET Awards Nominations

The nominations for the 2012 BET Awards have been unveiled… And, rising star Miguel leads the Latino pack of nominees with three nods.

The 25-year-old half-Mexican R&B singer/songwriter has received a nomination in the Best Male R&B Artist category. He’ll face off against fellow Latino singer Bruno Mars, as well as Chris Brown, Trey Songz and Usher.

Miguel

In addition, Miguel has been nominated in the Best Collaboration category with Wale for their song Lotus Flower Bomb.” Other nominees include Beyonce f/ J. Cole – “Party,” Big Sean f/ Kanye West & Roscoe Dash – “Marvin & Chardonnay,” DJ Khaled f/ Drake, Rick Ross & Lil Wayne – “I’m On One,” Drake f/ Lil Wayne & Tyga – “The Motto,” The Throne (Jay-Z & Kanye West) f/ Otis Redding – “Otis.”

Miguel’s final nod comes in the Coca-Cola Viewer’s Choice Award category for his same collaboration with Wale on “Lotus Flower Bomb.” The pair will face off against Beyonce – “Love On Top,” Chris Brown – “Turn Up the Music,” Drake f/ Lil Wayne & Tyga – “The Motto,” Mindless Behavior – and “Hello,” The Throne (Jay-Z & Kanye West) f/ Otis Redding – “Otis.”

But Miguel and Bruno Mars aren’t the only Latino artists getting nominations… Zoe Saldana received a nod in the Best Actress category, while New York Giants’ star Victor Cruz was nominated in the Subway Sportsman of the Year category.

The 2012 BET Awards, which will be hosted by Samuel L. Jackson, will be held on July 1 at Los Angeles’ Shrine Auditorium. Last year’s awards show drew 7.7 million viewers on BET.

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