Singer Armando Christian Perez, better known as Pitbull, performs at the American Airlines Center, on Friday, Julyl 22, 2016 in Dallas. Ben Torres/Special Contributor

Singer Armando Christian Perez, better known as Pitbull, performs at the American Airlines Center, on Friday, Julyl 22, 2016 in Dallas. Ben Torres/Special Contributor

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Flashy and sexy, Pitbull brought a party to the American Airlines Center last Friday night.

As the songs played, the venue turned into a big club where people of all ages started to dance and jump and dance and jump. It didn't matter if it was "Don't Stop the Party" or "International Love" or "Hey Baby (Drop it to the Floor)," they all knew the lyrics and were ready to move their bodies.

Wearing a stylish black suit, Florida's Ambassador to the World looked stylish on stage, surrounded by six dancers.

Pitbull, whose real name is Armando Pérez, is a total showman who flirts and chats and his energy is contagious. He brings fire --literally-- to his performance, thanks to the pyrotechnics in songs like his hit "Fireball."

Singer Armando Christian Perez, better known as Pitbull, performs at the American Airlines Center, on Friday, Julyl 22, 2016 in Dallas. Ben Torres/Special Contributor

Singer Armando Christian Perez, better known as Pitbull, performs at the American Airlines Center, on Friday, Julyl 22, 2016 in Dallas. Ben Torres/Special Contributor

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The audience can barely resist his charms and they were party-ready thanks to earlier performances by opening acts DJ Fire, Farruko and Prince Royce.

Prince Royce, a rising latin star who opened Ariana Grande's "The Honeymoon Tour " last October, performed bachata hits in Spanish including "Corazón sin cara," "Las cosas pequeñas," "Soy el mismo," "Darte un beso" and "Stand by me." He also performed a couple of English songs including "Stuck on a Feeling" and "Back It Up".

It was a night that brought together the Latino community of the Dallas - Fort Worth area and when Pitbull greeted the different countries represented by the audience, you could hear big cheers for Mexico, El Salvador, Puerto Rico and Cuba.

"We all can relate with the struggle, the sacrifices and the hard work we do," said Pitbull.

The high energy and party atmosphere remained and people kept dancing to songs like "Bon, Bon," "Sube las manos Pa Arriba," "I know you want me," and "I like it."

Check out some photos from the show below.

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