— America Ferrera looks amazing in her new Broadway show Chicago! According to Just Jared, the 27-year-old Honduran American actress was photographed this week at the Garrick Theatre in London, England. In the musical, Ferrera plays Roxie Hart, a fictional showgirl. After she’s done with Chicago, Ferrera is set to make her Broadway debut in The Miss Firecracker Contest.
— Interested in learning all of Oscar De La Hoya’s story? According to Tr3s, the Mexican American “Golden Boy” recently said he was working on a book of memoirs on El Gordo y La Flaca. And, according to the website, the legendary former boxer isn’t holding much back about his life. We think De La Hoya has plenty to write about, especially about his recent time in rehab for his addictions to alcohol, sex, and cocaine.
— When we think of tunes featuring Spanish singer Enrique Iglesias, regional Mexican music has never crossed our minds. The 36-year-old stud recently teamed up with Los Angeles quintet Voz de Mando to record a new version of his song “Ayer.” Listen here.
— Good news for CBS’ NCIS. TV Line is reporting that the hit drama series, which stars Chilean actress Cote de Pablo, cracked the 20 million viewers ceiling for the first time this fall. According to the website, the show drew 20.3 million viewers, topping yesterday with the 18-49 demographic. In other NCIS-related news, Deadline is reporting that part-Puerto Rican actor Miguel Ferrer is set to join the show’s offshoot, NCIS: Los Angeles in a recurring role. Ferrer is reportedly set to play a high-ranking federal agency supervisor named Allan Granger.
— Carlos Bernard has reportedly landed a recurring role in TNT’s upcoming Dallas, according to TV Line. The role of the 49-year-old part-Spanish actor is Latino (yay!); Bernard will play a charming businessman from Venezuela. According to TV Line, Bernard is set to make his debut early in the season.
— We are going to see celebrity blogger Perez Hilton up close and personal. According to Deadline, the 33-year-old will reportedly star in an unscripted series titled Perez Hilton Super Fan. The website reports that the show, which was given the green light for four episodes by ITV2, will feature the Cuban American blogger talking to a different star each week, such as Spanish crooner Enrique Iglesias. We’re interested to see how this turns out.