Priscilla Rodriguez Associate Editor

Priscilla Rodriguez is’s Associate Editor. She provides coverage on nearly every topic with a focus on celebrity entertainment. Before hitting the pavement at Latina, Priscilla worked for various outlets including, InStyle and Us Weekly. You can follow her on Twitter @priscilrodrig.
Favorite Latina fashionista: Jessica Alba
The Latino celeb I'd want to be best friends with: Adrienne Bailon
My first celebrity crush: Freddie Prinze, Jr.
Guilty pop culture addiction: Boy bands – I’m a teen girl at heart! Did somebody say One Direction?
My Latina Role Model: My Abuelita
Favorite Interview with a Latino Celeb: Cameron Diaz
Favorite Latin dish:  Mangu with queso frito and salami
Favorite Spanish-Language Song: Palabras del Alma by Marc Anthony
Proudest Moment as a Latino: Just watching us continually overcome all these hurdles so many thought we never could.

Latinas Inspired by Sophia Loren
4 Latinas Who Have Been Inspired by Sophia Loren!

Happy birthday, Sophia Loren! The iconic Italian actress turns 80 today. Throughout her career, Loren has managed to inspire millions of women across the globe, including these lovely Latinas:

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Best Dressed Latinas of the Week
The 6 Best Dressed Latinas of the Week!

From red carpet premieres to the 2014 Vanidades Icons of Style Awards, these Latinas were catching everyone's attention for all the right reasons. Here are this week's best dressed stars:

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Latino Celebs with Guinness World Records
7 Latino Celebrities with Guinness World Records

Earlier this month, the Guinness World Records announced it would be adding the highly talented Shakira to its Guinness Book of World Records 2015 edition. But the 37-year-old Colombiana isn't the first Latina to earn a spot in the Guinness World Records, check out with other Latino celebrities have also conquered this high achievement:

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WATCH: The Trailer for 'A Most Violent Year,' Starring Oscar Isaac, is Here!
WATCH: The Trailer for 'A Most Violent Year,' Starring Oscar Isaac, is Here!

Oscar Isaac may have an Oscar nomination on his hands.

The 35-year-old Guatemalan and Cuban actor is starring in the upcoming film, A Most Violent Year, which takes viewers back to New York City in 1981 — one of the most brutal years in the Big Apple's history.

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Battle of the Twerk: J.Lo & Iggy Release Video for "Booty" Remix
Battle of the Twerk: J.Lo & Iggy Release Video for "Booty" Remix

I don't think you're ready for this jelly!

Jennifer Lopez has (finally!) dropped the music video to the remix for her latest single, "Booty," featuring rapper Iggy Azalea, and there's booty and twerking everywhere.

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Girl Power: Our TK Favorite Girl Bands
Girl Power: Our 10 Favorite Female Bands

There's always talk about the best boy bands, but what about the chicas? From Destiny's Child to Fifth Harmony, these are our 10 favorite girl bands, past and present:

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Wilmer Valderrama Blasts President Obama for Inaction on Immigration
Wilmer Valderrama Blasts President Obama for Delaying Immigration Reform

Wilmer Valderrama is not pleased with President Obama.

The 34-year-old From Dusk Till Dawn actor is disappointed in the president's decision to delay taking action on immigration reform.

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Don Omar arrested in San Juan
Don Omar Arrested Over Domestic Violence Allegations

Don Omar, who had us all on our feet dancing to "Danza Kuduro," was arrested on Wednesday on suspicion of domestic violence.

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Henry Santos attends People En Espanol's 50 Most Beautiful 2013
EXCLUSIVE: Henry Santos Talks Latinos & the Stigma Surrounding HIV

Mi gente, it's time to raise HIV awareness and decrease the stigma in our community!

According to the CDC, Latinos make up 16 percent of the U.S. population and account for 21 percent of new HIV infections each year.

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Adam Rodriguez at the 54th Monte-Carlo Television Festival
WATCH: Adam Rodriguez Encourages Latinos to Enroll in College in New PSA

Fact: Latinos account for 19 percent of all college students, ages 18 to 24, up from 12 percent in 2008. But the Hispanic Scholarship Fund (HSF) is hoping to increase these numbers.

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