We all know from personal experience that some relationships can feel like one big rollercoaster ride! These Latino celebrities have had their share on on-again-off-again romances. Some may stand the test of time while others remain in splitsville. Check out our list of make ups and break-ups below!
Born April 28, 1981
Jessica Marie Alba is a television and film actress. At 13, she made her first appearances in 1994 in the movie Camp Nowhere and TV series The Secret World of Alex Mack. She became a household name while playing the lead role in the television series Dark Angel (2000-2002). Alba was born in Pomona, Calif., to a Danish–and–French Canadian mother and a Mexican American father. She has appeared in various films, including Honey (2003), Sin City (2005), Fantastic Four (2005), Into the Blue (2005), and Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer and Good Luck Chuck in 2007.
We love books. And those penned by our own celebs? Even more so. From fashion tips to some delicious, mouth-watering recipes for the clueless (some of us), below are six things we've learned from Latina celeb authors.
In a recent interview with MTV, Demi Lovato confessed that her eating disorder, which she continues to address daily, has made her rethink her career aspirations. She told Live From MTV, “I don't know If I'm going back to acting... I think someone that's recovering from an eating disorder can only be in front of the camera so much before it starts to play mind games."
Demi’s not the only one who has struggled with body issues. Recent studies...
There's no doubt that stars get tattoos as often as they hit the red carpet! Selena Gomez is the latest star to get inked. It's not the 20-year-old superstar's first tattoo, however, and she's definitely not the only one of our celebs who have chosen to express themselves permanently on their skin.
Find out which other celebrity tattoos topped our list of favorites! Are you a fan of these tats?
May is National Bike Month, which means ditching those cars (at least on the weekends) and stepping into greener modes of transportation. Not only will you spare the air and save some serious bucks, but you’ll get a kick-ass workout too. With events across the country, including Bike to School Day on May 8 and Bike to Work Week May 13-17, it’s easy to take part in a great cause. Here are 12 Latino celebs that prefer two wheels.
Jessica Alba is gorgeous, but it seems the mother of two needed a little extra help when it came to toning up after giving birth to her second daughter, Haven, in 2011. She told Net-a-Porter, "I wore a double corset day and night for three months. It was sweaty, but worth it."
The star gave birth to Honor in 2008 followed by Haven three years later, and understands that mothers have different ways of getting back into shape. "It was brutal. It’s not for...
Millions of babysitters and abuelitas have the day off since its Take Your Kid to Work Day! Getting our future generation excited about working hard for their money is a special occasion we can get behind! Even your favorite stars are joining in - check out some cuteness of 15 celeb kids on set with their famous 'rents!
Selena Gomez and Justin Bieber made headlines over the weekend after the Biebs uploaded a photo of both snuggled onto his Instagram account. The 19-year-old has since deleted the photo because, you know, he and the former Disney starlet are broken up… or are they still?
Anyway, the blown-out photo of the former young couple made us think about the other love-induced uploading going on by other celeb couples. Below are the best:
Tom Cruise's career appears to be back thanks to the $38.2 million debut of his new sci-fi movie, Oblivion. While the movie actually stars Morgan Freeman, Andrea Riseborough, and Olga Kurlyenko as the leads, we are sure it was Tom's action skills that actually sold the B-rated flick. Here are some Latinas who could have easily made this film an A.
Jessica Alba has continued to impress us with her dedication and entrepreneurial spirit when it comes to her business, The Honest Company, which produces nontoxic household essentials that are also adorable. Writing a book focusing around this sustainable lifestyle, she credits the inspiration to the fact that she was, “sick of being told that ‘healthy,’ ‘safe,’ and ‘eco,’ means ‘boring,’ ‘beige,’ and ‘blah.’” It seems others agree with her: the book has become a New York Times bestseller. In honor of Earth Day – and every day...
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