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— Cristina Saralegui may have left Univision, but our favorite Latin Oprah is ready for her Telemundo debut. Her new show, Cristina Presenta premieres with a finale special about the hit telenovela La Reina del Sur next Tuesday!
Latino celebs took to twitter over the last couple of days to bid farewell to the queen of daytime talk, Oprah Winfrey.
Mariah Carey tweeted: "Thank u Oprah for inspiring, educating & most importantly giving so many the power to dream & have hope these past 25 yrs! Love & God bless."
Eva Longoria tweeted: "Thank you @Oprah for all that you gave us for all these years! I'm gonna deeply miss your show!!"
Now that American Idol season 10 has officially come to an end, we take a look back at our favorite J.Lo moments from the entire season!
1. J.Lo Hits the Stage with Pitbull
We've always known that Shakira is both popular and influential, so it doesn't surprise us that the Colombian singer has now surpassed Oprah in Twitter followers – making her the only Latina currently among the Top 10 most followed users on the social media website!
— Telemundo has begun an official campaign for a primetime Emmy Award. Who knows? The next winner for Lead Actress in a Drama Series may just be the Mexican Kate del Castillo for her work in La Reina del Sur!
Have you heard the rumor that Fergie is pregnant? Well, the Black Eyed Peas star wants you to know that rumor is 100% false.
When HollywoodScoop.com asked the singer if motherhood was in her future, the 36-year-old singer said, “Oh yeah, of course. Not right this second. Not pregnant, for the record. But, yeah,” she added.
Know a lot of Jose's? You're not alone. But in the future, you might start meeting less and less of them.
7,656. That’s how many Jose's were born last year, according to the Social Security administration. But even at 7,656, the most popular Hispanic name is no longer among the Top 50 baby boy names. It’s now at 51.
Cuban-American Senator Marco Rubio may be on the short list for the Republican vice-presidential nomination for the 2012 elections, but his stance on immigration may hurt his chances to appeal to Latino voters.
Puerto Rican author and former Latina magazine editor-in-chief Sandra Guzman brings us a book on what every Latina should know about: dating, health, succeeding professionally, and managing friendships, among other things.
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