CNCO Tops New Latin Boy Band Reader Poll

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CNCO photographed at Univision Studios on March 17, 2016 in Miami.

After thousands of fans cast their votes on Billboard.com's Favorite New Latin Boy Band Poll, CNCO takes the lead with 44.42 percent of the votes. Not too far behind, CD9 came in second place with 43.93 percent, while the Spanish group Dvicio takes third place with 11.35 percent of the votes.

The hard-core CNCO fans, who call themselves CNCOwners, weren't the only ones cheering them on during the voting process: They also got a shout-out from Latin superstar Ricky Martin, who tweeted in Spanish, "Come on people, vote for CNCO."

CNCO -- formed by Christopher, Erick, Joel, Richard and Zabdiel -- was handpicked by the "Mordidita" singer on Univision's first season of the musical competition show La Banda.

After being named the winning band on the show, the group scored a recording contract with Sony Latin Music, a management deal led by Martin, and has since released two chart-topping singles: "Tan fácil" and "Quisiera." They also toured with the Puerto Rican singer on his One World tour.

Recently, "Quisiera" reached a new peak this week on Hot Latin Songs, stepping 30-29. They also earned their second top 10 on Latin Pop Airplay as it jumps 16-10 this week. Their first album, Primera Cita, is due at the end of this month.

Check out the final results for Billboard.com's Favorite New Latin Boy Band Poll below:


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