Was Pitbull's Grammy Performance a Slamming Show of Latin Pride or Embarrassing? Vote!

Sofia Vergara and Pitbull
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Sofia Vergara and Pitbull perform onstage during The 58th Grammy Awards at Staples Center on Feb. 15, 2016 in Los Angeles, Calif.  

His Grammy finale with Travis Barker, Joe Perry & Robin Thicke -- and a Sofia Vergara cameo -- was divisive on social media.

The choice of Pitbull singing the bilingual Latin hit “El Taxi” as the closer for the 2016 Grammys was immediately and widely praised -- and criticized -- on social media. One critic on YouTube even called the number, during which Pitbull wore a tuxedo with his bare chest peaking out, a sign of “the end of the world.”

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Modern Family star Sofia Vergara -- who came out wearing a cardboard taxi, which she promptly ditched to reveal a showgirl leotard with fringe -- not surprisingly got the most attention.

While many praised her “sexy” and “sensual” dancing, others criticized the Colombian actress for reinforcing stereotypes of Latin women and even “making a fool out of herself.”

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“Was that Sofia Vergara’s Dancing With the Stars audition?” quipped a tweet from E! Online.

What do you think? Was Pitbull 's performance of “El Taxi” a slamming show of Latin pride or an embarrassment? Vote below!

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