Premios Juventud 2011: A Celebrity Tweetcap Starring Ricky Martin, Pitbull, and Tons More!

See the full list of winners and losers from Premios Juventud 2011.

You already know that Premios Juventud 2011 went down last night in the MIA. It was hard to miss, what with Latin music's best and brightest descending upon our fair city over the past few days. They rehearsed, partied, got their hair did, bought fresh duds, and just generally went about whatever pre-awards ceremony preparations befit the rich and famous.

But you didn't need to go shopping on Lincoln or cavort in the city's many hots spots to sense celeb presence around town. These days, even internet-bound recluses can take part in the fun, catching a whiff of their favorite bachatero or reggaetonero preparing for the big night. And to prove it, here are a few fun tweets from some of our faves who participated in Latin music's (third? fourth?) biggest night.

Rehearsal is a must. Even if you're Ricky Martin.

Of course, Wisin y Yandel bring their posse with.

Mr. Worldwide caught a little lunch today. But don't let him fool you. Here he is rehearsing earlier in the week with Nayer and Ne-Yo for their performance of "Tonight."

Rehearsal's not a bad place to hang with other celebs, though. And Chino y Nacho took full advantage of downtime to chill with famous homies.

The guys from Reik, meanwhile, got to hold them some Fanny. And what a fanny it is.

Luis Fonsi hooked it up with a little behind the scenes look from the red carpet.

And what would a supertechy recap of Premios Juventud be without a couple of the night's big performances? First, here's Reik, performing "Peligro."

And here's the moment you've been waiting for ... Ne-Yo, Nayer, and Mr. Worldwide himself, Pitbull, performing "Tonight."

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