Here at Terra we got quite excited when we first heard of Premios Tu Mundo on Telemundo-heck-it’s like their own, fresher version of Univision’s Premios Lo Nuestro/Juventud. Basically, the audience votes online for their favorites in various categories (acting, music, etc.)
Here’s a quick recap of certain portions of the show; what did you think about it?
-The evening began with a blue carpet pre-show. It was good, but needed music or a louder audience. It just seemed quiet.
-The show started with Tito El Bambino’s "Dame la Ola." Again, the audience was so frighteningly quiet that we thought it was awkward. Scream, people! Nobody seemed excited.
- During the opening credits, again NO one applauded for their favorite performers…just a slight scream when certain ones appeared on screen.
-Gaby Espino finally brought a little liveliness by being loud cause everybody seemed to be falling asleep.
-We don’t know what was hotter: Aylin Mujica and Daniel Sarcos’ smooch or la Dra. Ana Maria Polo and David Chocarro’s kiss.
-While the set wasn’t bad, it did seem kind of cheap and dull to us versus the more colorful sets of Premios Billboard.
-Thank goodness the script for this show was not as cheesy as Premios Juventud; this didn’t seem as forced. PJ always seems like a bad, wannabe version of the MTV VMAs
-Gaby Espino seemed so comfortable as the host: very charming, she sure knows how to work the crowd.
-Hmmm…why didn’t Jesse and Joy sing the theme song of La Que No Podia Amar? LOL! Just kidding…
-Awkward! While Adamari Lopez and Lupillo Rivera were presenting the “Protagonista Favorita” category, the singer kept on adjusting something in the back of his pants. What was that all about?
-The actual trophy of the night looked super cuter, wish we could’ve gotten a closer look at it since it was made out of a class material wand was see-through so you didn’t appreciate the detail in it.
-Amazing! Jencarlos Canela’s presentation. He went form playing the piano, to a huge curtain falling down and revealing a group of sexy dancers for a sizzling number. He also got REALLY close to Gaby Espino on stage.
-Gilberto Santa Rosa's performance at the end of the show brought some "much needed" alegria.