Priscilla Rodriguez Senior Editor

Priscilla Rodriguez is Latina.com’s Senior 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 Teen.com, 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: Rita Moreno
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.

Camila Cabello Latina Magazine Cover Shoot
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Get excited — we're giving you a behind-the-scenes look at Camila Cabello's March/April 2017 Latina cover!


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Whether he's at the Oscars or the Golden Globes, it's no secret that Eva Mendes is often noticeably missing from Ryan Gosling's side. Tracking down a photo of these two together is often impossible because they rarely, if ever, walk down a red carpet. And they've become pretty stealth at keeping the paparazzi at bay.


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And the award for Husband of the Year goes to... Joe Manganiello!

Sofia Vergara wed the Magic Mike actor in November 2015 and the for their first wedding anniversary, Manganiello gifted his wife with quite the grand gesture.


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Iconic actress Míriam Colón, who was best known for her roles in Scarface and One Life to Live, has died.


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