Kamren Curiel

Eddie Cibrian, LeAnn Rimes and Brandi Glanville
Brandi Glanville Says Eddie’s With LeAnn for the Money

The biggest beef in Hollywood isn't between Chris Brown and Frank Ocean. It's the endless Brandi Glanville/LeAnn Rimes/Eddie Cibrian drama. Glanville took to The Howard Stern Show on Sirius XM Radio Tuesday this time to let out her feelings about ex-husband Cibrian's affair with now-wife Rimes.


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Pew Study Finds Blacks and Latinos Love Instagram and Twitter
Pew Study Finds Blacks and Latinos Love Instagram and Twitter

A national study conducted by the Pew Research Center’s Internet & American Life Project found that 26% of black Internet users and 19% of Latinos prefer Twitter, compared to 14% of white users, while 23% of black and 18% of Latino users reported using Instagram.   


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Dania Ramirez and Bev Land at the Premium Rush premiere
Dania Ramirez Is Married!

Sorry, guys, but Dominican beauty Dania Ramirez is officially off the market! The 33-year-old Heroes actress wed 35-year-old director/writer John Beverly "Bev" Amos Land on the beach of Punta Cana, Dominican Republic on Saturday, Feb. 16.

"I am proud to call you my husband," the American Pie actress told Land, who's the grandson of Aflac founder John Beverly Amos, as they exchanged wedding vows.


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Gabe Saporta and Erin Fetherston
Gabe Saporta is Engaged: Check out the Ring!

Cobra Starship lead singer Gabe Saporta is engaged to fashion designer Erin Fetherston. The 33-year-old half-Spanish synth rocker, born Gabriel Eduardo in Uruguay, popped the question on New Year's Eve while the two vacationed in Barbados.
 


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Selena Gomez at the Spring Breakers Paris premiere
Selena Gomez Turns Heads on 'Spring Breakers' Red Carpet! (PHOTO)

In anticipation of her first R-rated film Spring Breakers (out March 22), Selena Gomez wore a sexy, sparkly aqua-colored Gucci dress with Jimmy Choo heels at a red carpet premiere in Paris. The 20-year-old starlet kept cameras rolling at Le Grand Rex on Monday in the revealing yet classy number.


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Jose James
Introducing Panamanian Singer José James

José James already released his fourth album No Beginning No End, but is just beginning to get buzz after performing on David Letterman last month. He's not quite jazz, not quite R&B, but he blends both genres, including hip hop and electro, to make music outside of the box.

Born in Minneapolis to a Panamanian jazz saxophonist father and an Irish American mother whom he described as a "total hippie into folk and all that protest stuff," James was strongly schooled in jazz.


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Lady Gaga and Demi Lovato
Demi Lovato Hopes Lady Gaga Replaces Britney Spears on ‘The X Factor’

Demi Lovato said she's game to be on the next season of The X Factor. The part-Mexican singer, who recently broke her leg while living in a sober living home, hasn't received a formal invitation to return to Simon Cowell's music competition franchise but said she's down.


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Penelope Cruz and Miguel Bose in Decirnos Adios music video
WATCH: Penelope Cruz Gets Emo for Duet With Miguel Bosé "Decirnos adiós"

We don't know what's more exciting about Spanish/Italian singer Miguel Bosé's new video featuring Penelope Cruz: the sexy boho outfit (fedora, thigh-high boots, short dress and long coat) the Spanish actress opens the scene with or the fact that she starts singing?


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Alessandra Ambrosio backstage during New York Fashion Week
5 Favorite Fashion Week Celeb Photos on Instagram

Mercedes Benz Fall 2013 Fashion Week kicked off with a bang on Feb. 7 and since then NYC has been a frenzy of fashion shows, celebrity sightings, parties, and top designers. We scoured Instagram for celeb #nyfw photos and found five of our faves. The festivities conclude today, but we're sure these ladies will continue to keep their swag on point. 


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Young Readers Wish Books Had More Latino Characters
Young Readers Wish Books Had More Latino Characters

Tucson, Arizona has been at the center of many book debates. In 2010, the Tucson Unified School District banned books taught in the high school's Mexican American Studies classes, which sparked a caravan of Ethnic Studies activists from across the country to smuggle the books back into the state.


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