This is like the absolute most perfect selfie ever, don't you think?
While lounging poolside in a robe and makeup-free, Jennifer Lopez decided it was the perfect time to snap a pic. And it seems her adorable 6-year-old son, Max, agreed!
"Photobomb by my favorite boy!! #mamalove #foreverlove #breakfastoutside #perfectday," she captioned the pic on Instagram.
Rita Moreno and Rita Hayworth became movie stars, but they proved that Hollywood was not exactly the most welcoming place for Latinas or those with Latino roots. Some women had to hide any trace of their ethnicity to make it on the silver screen; while others worked outside of the United States and shaped the movie industry in Latin American countries. Regardless of how they made it to the top, these 10 women with Latin roots played an important part in the history of early cinema:
Thursday night, Nickelodeon hosted the first ever Kids' Choice Sports Awards -- and it was unexpectedly awesome!
"8,000 screaming kids -- you gotta be kind of nuts to say yes to that," host Michael Strahan said before kicking on the raucous show at UCLA's Pauley Pavilion in Los Angeles.
The 2014 Premios Juventud (Youth Awards) aired on Univision last night, and a slew of our favorite stars were in attendance, performing and taking home awards.
Romeo Santos and Enrique Iglesias were the evening's biggest winners, tied with five awards each. Santos took the stage to perform his latest single, "Eres Mia," while winning awards for Catchiest Tune, Red Hot Artist, Just Play It All, and My Favorite Video.
Who's ready for some football?! Dania Ramirez, that's who!
The Devious Maids actress has teamed up with the NFL Shop to bring women their latest apparel campaign.
Becky G isn't your average teen. The 17-year-old estrella is blowin' up the radio with her catchy summer anthem, 'Shower', gearing up for a tour with fellow CoverGirl spokeswoman Katy Perry, and preparing for a performance at Thursday night's Premios Juventud.
We'll always remember Rick Gonzalez as Timo in Coach Carter. But a lot has changed since then.
The 35-year-old Puerto Rican and Dominican actor is a daddy (aww!) and he's starring in USA Network's new original series, Rush. The network's latest drama examines the world of renegade physician Dr. William P. Rush (played by Tom Ellis), and Gonzalez co-stars as Manny Maquis, a well-connected dealer who considers Rush a friend as well as a client.
No one escapes Pablo Escobar.
The first trailer for Paradise Lost, starring Benicio del Toro as the infamous drug lord, made its way to the Internet yesterday. The forthcoming film follows a young surfer (played by Josh Hutcherson) who meets the woman of his dreams and she turns out to be Escobar's niece, Maria.
Watch Del Toro transform into Pablo Escobar in the trailer below: