He's making his list and checking it twice today! From Shakira to Ricky Martin, here are 10 Latino stars who definitely landed on Santa's nice list this year:
Born Feb. 2, 1977
Shakira, born Shakira Isabel Mebarak Ripoll, is a Colombian singer, musician, dancer and philanthropist. She emerged in the Latin music scene in the early 1990s and reached stardom for her distinct style of rock when she released Pies Descalzos in Latin America in 1995. After her crossover pop single “Whenever, Wherever” was released in 2001, Shakira found success in the United States and worldwide with her first English album, Laundry Service. She has won two Grammys, seven Latin Grammys and is the highest-selling Colombian artist of all time.
Ever catch yourself imitating a celebrity when making a joke or just because you love their style? Well, you're not the only one! Stars have been known to impersonate other famous people whether it be for a photo shoot or comedic skit. Take a look at the handful of celebrities who have impersonated their peers:
Looking through baby pictures seriously makes for the perfect past time. Who doesn't love that sweet smile babies give? Or maybe it's their deep stare?
Whatever it is, one thing's for sure, we can't get over how precioso Shakira's bebe Milan is! Take a peek at these super cute pics and see why we just love Milansito:
Let's face it: a movie is only as good as its soundtrack. Horror movies? Only half as terrifying without the creepy melodies. Romance films? Most are barely memorable without an iconic song to accompany them.
From Demi Lovato on Disney's Frozen to Christina Aguilera on The Hunger Games: Catching Fire soundtrack, here are 10 of the best movie soundtrack songs featuring some of our favorite Latinas:
Ah, familia! One of the most important things in the Latino culture is family. There are some families that really leave you saying "wow" because of their good looks or how close-knit they are. We're shedding some light on 17 of the best looking families in Hollywood:
Hello! ¡Hola! Bonjour! One of the reasons many celebrities have become global sensations is because they're able to address their fans in their native tongues, making these encounters even more personable. From Shakira to Ricky Martin, check out 13 celebrities who can speak multiple languages:
We Latinos are one of the most diverse groups in the nation! Our backgrounds stem across from just about anywhere in the world that you can think of, including countries such as Lebanon and Iran. From Emilio Estefan to Shakira, here are 7 stars with Middle Eastern roots:
Christmas can be rough on the wallet...and the psyche! The pressure is on to find the perfect gifts for your family, set a flawless table on Christmas Eve, and cook an elaborate meal. Dios mio, it's enough to drive any mujer insane!
Having trouble finding the perfect gift for a hard-to-please sister, best friend, or suegra? Make your life a little bit easier, and take a cue from your favorite Latino stars:
Gloria and Emilio Estefan have been part of Hollywood since the late 70's. Throughout the years, they've made tons of connections and developed business relationships with a handful of celebrities. But that's not all, this famous couple has also touched the lives of so many artists by being mentors and guiding them along their careers. Here, we present to you, 6 degrees of the Estefans:
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