Brittany Valadez LA Correspondent
Brittany Valadez is Latina.com's Entertainment Video Correspondent. You can find her interviewing and taking selfies with her favorite celebs be it at all the major award shows, red carpet events or parties. While with Latina, Valadez interviewed her favorite celebrity, One Direction, resulting in her story being picked up by Perez Hilton, The Hollywood Life, Cambio among others, including British outlets. Valadez graduated with a B.A. in Communications from the University of the Incarnate Word in San Antonio, Texas. Prior to Latina, Valadez was also a correspondent for various Hispanic media and was selected by the NCLR as the innagural correspondent for the 2012 ALMA Awards. In her down time, Valadez tweets about her faith in God, reads celebrity news, eats cupcakes and catches up on shows such as Pretty Little Liars, Brooklyn Nine-Nine and Once Upon a Time.
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It’s been one heck of a year for the cast of Instructions Not Included. The film ranked number 5 in 2013 on it’s opening weekend, and has since then become the highest-grossing Spanish language film.
The film’s mega success resulted in a nomination for Favorite Comedic Movie at the 2014 People’s Choice Awards. Now, for the few that haven’t seen it, it’s time to make it a movie night, because the heartwarming comedic-drama is available on DVD come January 21.
Award season is in full swing, and it’s only fitting that the winners of the first show of the year were voted by the fans! You got it, we’re talking about the People’s Choice Awards. Downtown LA was filled with industry folks and, yes fans, each waiting for the numerous celebrity guests to walk the red carpet.
One by one celebs arrived. Some posed for pics with photographers and a few talked with reporters, but everyone, did the “it” thing of 2014, “selfies.”
Proof that underdogs have a fighting chance was evident in the X Factor semi-finals, that somewhat coincidentally mirrored last season. Kelly Rowland's Jeff Gutt, Paulina Rubio's Carlito Olivero and Simon Cowell's groups Alex and Sierra and Restless Road were the last four remaining in the competition.
This week was extra special for not only the press, but for fans of the X Factor as well. We'll chalk it up to Christmas glee, (not the fact that it's the semi-finals) that we were treated to a double dose of judges and contestants!
We chatted with both individually as well as press conference style, with host Mario Lopez replacing Demi Lovato for the press conference. The judges talked Christmas plans, most memorable things from Christmas past, and cooking!
We're one week away from the live finale of NBC's The Voice, and there's no better way to celebrate the top three then the return of previous champs both on the show and on the charts.
Last year's winner Danielle Bradbury joined previous winner Cassadee Pope for a performance of their individual singles.
We chatted with Pope about her devoted Brazilian fans, if she thought Christina Aguilera was the most intimidating judge and the one Christmas present she wants this year.
Christmas came early for us this year, as all our favorite artists rocked one stage for a night full of music and jolly.
The annual KIIS FM Jingle Ball took place at the Staples Center in Los Angeles this weekend, where Enrique Iglesias, Miley Cyrus, and Selena Gomez took the stage.
In addition, several fan favorites including Ariana Grande, Austin Mahone, Latina faves Fifth Harmony and others performed as well.
For the past few weeks, we've been chatting with your favorite X Factor contestants, and if you've been watching our exclusive interviews, you've grown to love (and for some, miss) those on the Fox reality competition show.
This week, we talked with viewer faves Alex and Sierra, Restless Road, and our own Latino Carlito Olivero.
While she may no longer carry any of her contestants to the finale, judge Demi Lovato is part of the reason many of us watch X Factor, and why we don't want to change the channel!
We caught up with Lovato and fellow judge Kelly Rowland backstage, before chatting with former X Factor contestants Emblem 3. Both Rowland and Lovato shared their Christmas wish list, and we even scored a personal holiday recipe!
With Adam Levine in the lead for the most contestants in the competition (three), did he level the playing field with Christina Aguilera who had two contestants left fighting for their chance in the finale?
In what was a shocking and heavily unexpected elimination, predicted finalist Matthew Schuler of Team Christina was sent home.
This leaves Adam Levine with three contestants, while Aguilera and Blake Shelton each have one of their own.
It was Thanksgiving week at the X Factor USA, and the contestants received a pleasant surprise with the arrival of their families. Unfortunately, two contestants were still sent home.
Lillie McCloud, the gorgoeus grandma from judge Kelly Rowland's "Over 25's," and season 3 standout Josh Levi were sent packing.
Levi's mentor and judge was Paulina Rubio, and his elimination was a shocker.