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Ne-Yo and Jennifer Lopez attended the 2015 Billboard Latin Music Awards last night while Toni Braxton joined Berry Gordy for “Motown: The Musical” in Los Angeles. See pics inside…

Last night, Ne-Yo (in a stylish suit from Moods of Norway) was among the stylish stars who attended the 2015 Billboard Latin Music Awards at Bank Uniter Center in Miami, FL. Later in the show, he hit the stage to perform with Luis Fonsi and Afrojack for what was touted as the first time EDM was played on Telemundo.

Jennifer Lopez turned heads in a Zuhair Murad Spring 2014 Couture White Lace Jumpsuit and Cape during her entrance.

The audience was brought to tears during Jennifer’s amazing tribute to Selena.

On stage, she was joined by the band Los Dinos for a tribute to the slain music icon, singing “Amor Prohibido,” “I Could Fall In Love,” and “No Me Queda Mas.”

Jennifer rose to national prominence in 1997 after she played in Selena in the classic bio pic. She told NBC NEWS, “The impact that it had on my life, on my career. It was a great thing for her to be my mentor. And it was a great thing to have her teach me so much about how to navigate this business, but also how to navigate through life.”

In Los Angeles…

After a triumphant run on Broadway, “Motown: The Musical” is now on the west coast, opening at the Pantages Theatre in Hollywood last night.

Toni Braxton, who looked sexy in a fitted black dress, was among the celebs on the red carpet. Ms. Braxton recently made headlines for presenting at $10K scholarship on behalf of Autism Speaks at the 2015 UNCF Evening Of Stars.

Motown founder Berry Gordy walked the red carpet with his daughter Sherry Gordy.

Berry also posed with producer Kevin McCollum, director Charles Randolph-Wright, and one of his most famous artists Smokey Robinson.

During the musical’s closing number, Berry joined the cast and brought out his Detroit-styled two step.

Comedienne and “The Real” host Loni Love was on hand to celebrate the musical’s west coast arrival.

“Community” star Yvette Nicole Brown took time from her new gig on “The Odd Couple” to attend the opening.

Actor and dancer Darrin Henson posed with Motown cast member Leon Outlaw Jr.

Famed actress Loretta Devine, who’s currently starring in the TV movie For The Love of Ruth, was also among the attendees.

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