— Will Desperate Housewives star Eva Longoria be the next guest on The O’Reilly Factor? According to Hollywood Reporter, host Bill O’Reilly dug at our Mexican American cover girl recently for her support of President Barack Obama. “Even though she's very wealthy, she still remains a staunch supporter of President Obama, who wants to tax her more,” O’Reilly said during his show’s “Pinheads & Patriots” segment. The host’s jab was in reference to Longoria’s inclusion in Forbes’ new list of highest-paid TV actresses.
— For her new album Unbroken (out now), part-Mexican singer/actress Demi Lovato teamed up with pop/R&B singer Jason Derülo for an inspirational ballad. Derülo told MTV News how “Together” came about; it was a matter of being at the right place at the right time. The R&B singer, who was in Miami for a day, received a call from a mutual friend about Lovato wanting to work with him. According to MTV News, Derülo joined the former Disney star at the studio and the pair knocked out the song in one night. “We were there till about 9 in the morning,” he said, “but it was really cool.”
— We will soon be able to see Latino athletes baring it all in this year’s “Body Issue” from ESPN Magazine. According to Tr3s, Dominican New York Mets player José Reyes and Brazilian racecar driver Hélio Castroneves have both confirmed their participation in the annual issue. Chad Millman, the magazine’s editor-in-chief, told USA Today that the issue’s aim is to “celebrate athletes in the condition that they’re in.” The issue hits newsstands this Friday.
— You can now tack on ‘webmistress’ to Zoe Saldana’s resume. Our part-Puerto Rican, part-Dominican cover girl spoke to Today.com about her new website titled MyFDB.com – or My Fashion Database. The website, which the 33-year-old actress created with her fiancé Keith Britton, organizes information about models, photographers, designers and brands. “In Hollywood, I can’t live without IMDb,” Saldana told Today.com. “Thirty minutes before I go out to meet a director, I look up what studios he’s worked with, what movie he wrote… I wanted to do the same for fashion.”
— American Idol winner Scotty McCreery is the subject of a new television special airing today. Introducing: Scotty McCreery gives audience memebers an inside glimpse into the part-Puerto Rican teen’s journey from his North Carolina upbringing to stardom. The special airs today on Great American Country at 9/8 CT. Check out a sneak peek here.
— One of Justin Bieber’s dancers claims that the teen crooner collaborated with part-Venezuelan superstar Mariah Carey for his first Christmas album, Perez Hilton reports. The dancer reportedly tweeted a smiley face and both Bieber and Carey’s Twitter handles and then wrote: “had to tweet that cause apparently people didnt believe me. haha justin bieber featuring mariah carey. believe it.” Neither Bieber’s nor the 41-year-old singer’s reps have confirmed or denied the news.
— Brazilian officials are reportedly up in arms over a new commercial featuring supermodel Gisele Bündchen. In the Hope lingerie commercial, 31-year-old Bündchen apologizes to her husband for maxing out his credit cards and crashing his car. In a statement excerpted by The Guardian, Brazil’s secretariat claims the campaign "promotes the miguided stereotype of a woman as a sexual object of her husband."