Daily Chisme: J.Lo And Wisin y Yandel To Film New Video In Mexico And More!

Good morning! Grab your coffee and dig into today's chisme:

- We previously reported that Jennifer Lopez and Wisin y Yandel are joining forces for a new collaboration. The latest update is that the Puerto Rican duo and the Boricua pop star have wrapped on their new single “Follow The Leader,” which will be featured on J.Lo’s new album. The track will drop in March and the video will be shot in Mexico. How does J.Lo find the time between American Idol, Q’Viva: The Chosen, her Kohl’s and perfume lines, movie career, and family? Props to her! We can’t wait until the new single drops. (People en Español)

- Paulina Rubio and her husband Nicolas Vallejo-Nágera have split. The couple’s five-year marriage has allegedly been on the rocks for a few months now. They have a 2-year-old son Andrea Nicolas. The Spanish businessman recently said in an interview, “It has been a decision by both of us, though it's possible that I have been more firm when it came to carrying it out.” Apparently some of the relationship drama involves financial issues. According to reports, La Chica Dorada owes the state of Florida $130,000 in backed taxes. Ouch! (Fox News Latino)

- We don’t think Snooki (Nicole Polizzi) needs help defending herself, but Sammi Sweetheart (Samantha Giancola) is sticking up for her Jersey Shore co-star in light of her pregnancy confirmation. "It's not like she's 16 and pregnant. She's doing her thing, she's living her life and I just think she's blessed. I can't wait to see a little guido or guidette running around. I just think it's going to be so exciting," she says. We hope she has Snooki's back if another bar fight were to go down! (US Weekly)

- Sandra Bullock is setting the record straight! The Hollywood actress is shooting down rumors that she hooked up with Brett Ratner at the Oscars. Bullock said, "There is not a shred of accuracy in their story. We have not seen nor spoken to each for over a decade. We both had a great time after the Oscars, just not with each other." Great, now everyone can sleep easy tonight! (US Weekly)