Priscilla Rodriguez Associate Editor
Priscilla Rodriguez is Latina.com’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 Teen.com, InStyle and Us Weekly. You can follow her on Twitter at @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.
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Jessica Alba is back as Nancy Callahan!
Sin City: A Dame to Kill For won't be hitting theaters until late summer, but thanks to Entertainment Weekly, we're getting a sneak peek at one of Alba's hottest looks.
What's different about today's Latinas?
"We're a little more hip...a little more independent," La La Anthony says.
We caught up with the 34-year-old Puerto Rican TV personality on Wednesday at P&G's Orgullosa Nueva Latina star-studded kick-off event.
Yes, you read that right. Marc Anthony is worth over $20 million!
According to Fox News Latino, leaked court documents in the case of Anthony and his ex-wife Dayanara Torres reveal that the salsa singer said he's worth $20.8 million and makes 1.25 million a month.
Rita Moreno is a true Hollywood legend.
She is the first and only Hispanic to have won all four major annual American entertainment awards, which include an Oscar, Emmy, Grammy and a Tony.
And it is safe to say that thanks to Moreno, those like Jennifer Lopez and other Latina starlets were able to make their way to the screens.
But despite the J.Lo's of the world and Moreno having helped open the doors for Hispanics back in the '60s, the West Side Story actress says there's still work to be done.
Jessica Alba has one addiction: acting.
The 32-year-old wife and mother of two admits that she constantly longs to take on roles that are out of her element.
"I don't have to be a boss; I don't have to be a wife; I don't have to be a sister," Alba told Nylon magazine.
"It's been liberating to be able to play someone who's a badass or promiscuous because that's the opposite of who I am ... It's like a drug."
A new bill proposed by California state Sen. Ricardo Lara could bring an end to Proposition 227, a law passed in 1998 which bans most bilingual education in California schools and requires students learn English by being taught in English only.
Ariel Castro's victims -- Gina DeJesus, Michelle Knight and Amanda Berry -- publicly reunited for the first time on Monday night.
According to Fox News Latino, the three women who endured a decade-long amount of torture at the hands of Castro, were honored with Gov. John Kasich's annual courage awards.