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Casper Smart got his superstar girlfriend Jennifer Lopez very sparkly gifts for her 44th birthday. According to People, the choreographer/dancer sought out one-of-a-kind vintage pieces from Los Angeles’ Platt Boutique, known for its collection of unique and eclectic jewelry.
Carlos Vives wants to make sure you’re getting enough calcium in your system. According to Fox News Latino, the beloved Colombian musician is the newest face of America's popular “Got milk?” campaign.
In the ad, the 51-year-old Latin Grammy winner is shown holding a sticker-coated guitar in his right hand, and touching a tall glass of milk in his left.
Pope Francis surely raised many eyebrows after recently saying that gay people should not be not be judged or marginalized.
According to Yahoo! News, this statement is perhaps the most conciliatory statement from any pontiff with regards to the LGBT community.
The 76-year-old leader of the Roman Catholic Church made this candid statement to journalists during a plane ride back to Rome from a visit to Brazil.
Though Selena Gomez turned 21 on July 22, she celebrated her age milestone this past Saturday night. And none other than Justin Bieber apparently showed face at her bash.
We live for badass Latinas – especially those who display fearlessness on the big screen. Whether they’re fighting against a dictator’s regime or chasing off bad guys with heavy machine guns, these women face danger head on without a second thought.
We’re kicking off this weekend by highlighting Latinas who kick ass in films. Click through and tell us which star you think is the most hard-core:
Salustiano Sanchez-Blazquez has been around for a long time. By that, we mean 112 years.
According to People, Sanchez-Blazquez was recently confirmed by Guinness World Records as the world’s oldest living man. This title was awarded to him following the June death of Japan's Jiroemon Kimura, who was 116.
There’s a nice edge and humorous touch to Graceland, and that’s thanks to its star Manny Montana. The Mexican American stud plays the hilarious Joe "Johnny" Tuturro on USA Network's new hour-long drama series, which follows a group of undercover agents from various United States law enforcement agencies (including the DEA and the FBI).