Star Tracker: Christina Aguilera, Stacey Dash, and Nestor Carbonell
09/01/2011 - 14:29 ||
—“Moves Like Jagger,” the new song by part Ecuadorian singer Christina Aguilera and Maroon 5, is now in the number one spot on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. According to Perez Hilton, the catchy song – which features the legendary Mick Jagger in its video – has also maintained its #1 position on the Digital Songs Chart for the second week in a row.
—It’s been less than two weeks since Jessica Alba gave birth to her second baby, but that hasn’t stopped the part Mexican actress from trying to get her amazing figure back. The Spy Kids 4 actress was spotted leaving the gym recently. “I did my first day of workout since I had my baby, just cardio for 40 mins – it’s a start,” the actress wrote on Twitter.
—Stand-up comedian Gabriel Iglesias has been cast in Magic Mike, Steven Soderbergh’s new film about male strippers, according to Hollywood Reporter. The 35-year-old Mexican American won’t be joining the strippers on stage but will play a DJ at the club – and also a member of the gang.
—Stacey Dash is leaving the cast of Single Ladies. In a statement to Russell Simmons’ website Global Grind, the part Mexican actress said she has to be back in Los Angeles with her children right now and that the shooting location of the hit VH1 show makes that impossible. “I wish VH1 the best of luck with the show in maintaining the strong fan base we developed in Season 1."
—Charisma Carpenter spoke to TV Line about her guest star role on USA Network’s Burn Notice. The 40-year-old half Spanish actress plays a trophy wife whose husband is being pursued by Russians and the FBI. Carpenter’s character is unhappy because her life with her husband is boring. “He doesn’t want to spend any money or do anything – so I’m this unhappy trophy wife, which is a bad combination,” the actress told the website. “You don’t want a trophy wife to be unhappy.”
—Cast portraits of the new CW series Ringer have been released – and Cuban actor Nestor Carbonell looks suave. The 43-year-old Cuban American actor plays an FBI agent whose job is to keep Sarah Michelle Gellar’s character safe. The show premieres Sept. 13.