Brittany Valadez LA Correspondent
Brittany Valadez is Latina.com's Entertainment Video Correspondent. You can find her interviewing and taking selfies with celebs at all the major award shows, red-carpet events or parties. While with Latina, Valadez interviewed her favorite group, One Direction, resulting in her story being picked up by Perez Hilton, Hollywood Life, and Cambio, among others. 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 outlets 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 week four of ABC’s Dancing With the Stars, and the competition continues to remain fierce. Last night’s episode featured a special guest judge in former DWTS dancer turned actor, Julianne Hough. Hough’s brother Derek, is currently a pro-dancer paired with Glee’s Amber Riley.
Just one day after Eva Longoria hosted the ALMA Awards, the actress and philanthropist hosted an event for her foundation, The Eva Longoria Foundation.
The star, being an ever present staple to the Latino community, invited a slew of her celebrity friends, each honored to be a part of the evening.
Talk about Latino star power! The ALMA Awards, organized by the National Council of La Raza, is an award show honoring the greatest in Latino television, film and music.
Eva Longoria and Mario Lopez hosted this year’s event, while A-list talent such as Jessica Alba and Rosario Dawson attended.
It’s been several years since former Jersey Shore star Nicole "Snooki" Palozzi adorned our television screens with her overtly tanned presence. Yet the reality TV starlet continues her reign with her MTV spinoff Snooki and JWoww. If that still isn’t enough, the pint-sized pickle lover hopes to expand her viewer audience, as she, along with fellow Latina and former The Voice social media correspondent Christian Milian, sashay their way across prime time as contestants on ABC’s "Dancing With the Stars."
With over 20 million albums sold worldwide, Mexican singer Alejandro Fernandez proved success in his own right, regardless of his father, legend Vicente Fernandez.
His latest studio release, Confidencias, reached number 1 on the Billboard Latin Album charts and peaked at number 19 on the Billboard 200.
The newest X Factor judge, Paulina Rubio, is gearing up for the fourth season. As the show kicked off, millions of fans tuned in to last night’s Fox season premiere.
Latinas are no surprise to the judges’ table, with Jennifer Lopez returning to American Idol, and Christina Aguilera and Shakira alternating turns on The Voice.
With the impact Latinos have on entertainment, it’s only fitting to have a night dedicated to Latino film and television screen stealers.
The Imagen Foundation, a non-profit organization whose goal is to promote Latinos in entertainment, hosted its annual “Imagen Awards,” on Friday, Aug. 15.
The show drew the likes of Disney starlets such as Bella Thorne and Raini Rodriguez, both of whom were nominated for “Best Young Actress in a Television Series.”
What's the teen equivalent to an Oscar statue? A surfboard of course!
Universal Studio’s Gibson Amphitheater held one of this year’s biggest nights for young Hollywood, as it hosted the 2013 Teen Choice Awards.
Mexican actor Diego Luna stars in the futuristic Sci-Fi flick, Elysium.
Luna plays Julio -- the friend and advisor to Matt Damon’s character, Max. Together, the two attempt to bring the poor from planet earth, to join the rich in the land above called Elysium.
Elysium sheds light on the idea of rich vs. poor, and with anti-immigration issues at the forefront of debate, one doesn’t have to look decades into the future to see what Luna believes exists today.
It's not surprising that teens and 20-somethings obsess over the latest reality show craze or biggest network drama.
But what’s amazing is when these same pop culture fans join forces with stars of their favorite TV shows to celebrate social change.
The VH1 “Do Something” awards shines light on Hollywood stars by honoring their philanthropy, and awards one lucky non-celeb a cash prize of $100,000 to help fund the cause they created.
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