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If you aren’t on Twitter you haven’t really made it in Hollywood. Correction: if you don’t have a Twitter army you haven’t made it BIG in Hollywood. From Mariah Carey’s Lambs to the Victorians for Victoria Justice, they all have creative names and fight hard for their favorite celebrities. We’ve rounded up 15 celebs Twitter armies with the most creative names.
Check them out here and tell us what you think in the comment section below.
With this crazy weather going on around the country and Father’s Day right around the corner, it’s always good to cover up with a trend originally made for men: blazers. So for this week’s Latina Style Wars, we asked you to send us a photo of yourself in your favorite blazer.
Fun fact: Baseball was invented in June in the early 1800s in England. Whether you care or don't, one thing you'll DEFINITELY care about is all the Latino hotties who play the sport. All we can say is: We'd sure play ball with any of these guys. What about you?
The man accused of holding three women against their will for almost 10 years has been indicted on 329 counts including kidnapping, rape and murder for allegedly forcing one of the women to abort her own children.
A Cuyahoga County, OH jury indicted Ariel Castro on Friday. Castro’s attorneys have said he will plead not guilty to the charges being brought against him.
You haven’t made it in Hollywood unless you have a wax figure. (Isn’t that the saying?) Whether on display at Madame Tussaud’s in New York City or elsewhere, celebrities are immortalized in wax form. Sofia Vergara is the latest Latino celebrity to be cast in wax, so we’re taking a look at other celebs who have wax counterparts. Take a look then tell us: spitting image or just a melted candle with a face?
Ladies, you better start getting in line now! Sexy Mexican star Gael García Bernal will be starring in Jon Stewart’s directorial debut titled Rosewater.
Rosewater is based on the real-life capture of a British journalist, Maziar Bahari, in Iran.
Bernal will be playing the role of Bahari, a journalist for BBC who went to Iran for one week to cover the nation’s presidential election, but was captured and spent 118 days in a prison in northwestern Tehran.
Coors Light has launched a new can design featuring the Puerto Rican flag to coincide with New York City’s annual Puerto Rican Day Parade.
The Puerto Rican flag appears on the bottom quarter of the can with the parade’s logo, all while having the words “cerveza official” (or official beer) in English right above it.
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