Latinas in the Music World Panel: Memorable Quotes From Becky G, Roselyn Sanchez and More

Becky G, Leslie Grace, Aracely Arambula, Gloria Trevi and Roselyn Sanchez
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(L-R) 2018 Latin American Music Awards hosts Becky G, Leslie Grace, Aracely Arambula, Gloria Trevi and Roselyn Sanchez attend Telemundo's Q&A session about the contribution of latinas in the music world at Los Angeles Film School on Oct. 23, 2018 in Los Angeles.

As part of the celebration of the 2018 Latin American Music Awards, Telemundo hosted its first Contribution of Latinas in the Music World panel on Tuesday, Oct. 23. 

Moderated by Leila Cobo, Billboard’s executive director of Latin content and programming, the panel inspired today’s female artists and motivate them to be true agents of change in the industry sharing personal stories by Aracely Arambula, Becky G, Gloria Trevi, Leslie Grace and Roselyn Sanchez, who also are going to host this year's Latin AMAs.

The panel, which took place at The Los Angeles Film School, had all kind of emotions including real stories of their fight for their success, their mistakes and what they learned.

Becky G, Roselyn Sanchez and Leslie Grace agreed that learning a new language has been their biggest challenge, while Gloria Trevi confessed that she wouldn't do a sexy calendar if she had the choice, and wasn’t influenced by them. Aracely Arambula also said she always looked to her grandfather as an inspiration to pursue her career. 

What else did we learn from the 2018 Latin AMAs hosts? Check out some of the best quotes from the Contribution of Latinas in the Music World panel below.

Leslie Grace: “We have the opportunity to dream big. If I want to do something big or small, I have the potential.” 

Roselyn Sanchez: "It's a lesson of life, not to follow your instinct."

Becky G: “I learned to tell myself: you’re going to be just fine.”

Aracely Arambula: "Women [have] a wonderful power and this has to serve us all as human beings. The woman is the one who brings life and is the pillar of the family. "

Gloria Trevi: "Women have to support each other. We need to learn not [to] judge [ourselves], not [to] criticize, and not [to] make us feel ashamed of each other."


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