Star Tracker: Gloria Estefan, America Ferrera, Selena Gomez, and more!
10/24/2011 - 13:45 ||
— Gloria Estefan still has moves! The legendary Cuban American singer performed her smash hit “WEPA” recently on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno. We aren’t surprised the 54-year-old killed it onstage. Watch Estefan shake her groove thang here.
— Alexis Bledel made an appearance at the Rodeo Drive Walk of Style Awards yesterday, Just Jared reports. The part-Mexican, part-Argentinean actress looked beautiful in a long, pastel-colored dress. Colombian Emmy-nominated actress Sofia Vergara was also in attendance.
— There’s nothing like a fun day at the park with your familia! Our cover girl, part-Mexican actress Jessica Alba spent this past Saturday in Central Park with her husband Cash Warren and their two daughters, Honor and Haven. According to Just Jared, the family of four had lunch as Bubby’s Restaurant.
— Our November cover girl Salma Hayek looked ravishing at the Los Angeles premiere of her upcoming animated film, Puss in Boots. The 45-year-old mexicana attended the premiere with her daughter, 4-year-old Valentina, and her co-star Antonio Banderas.
— Our cover girl America Ferrera was spotted this past weekend with Jake Gyllenhaal on a lunch in New York City. According to Just Jared, the 27-year-old Honduran American actress co-stars with Gyllenhaal in next year’s cop crime drama End of Watch!
— Javier Colon, the winner of NBC’s The Voice, has a new song titled featuring “As Long As We Got Love.” The song features British pop singer Natasha Bedingfield. We’re excited to hear more from the talented singer!
— PDA Alert! Our cover girl Selena Gomez was spotted hugged up beside her teenage sweetie Justin Bieber. The part-Mexican singer/actress attended a hockey game in Canada with Bieber this past weekend and were seen kissing each other. One, two three: awwww!
— Celebrity blogger Perez Hilton is set to make a guest appearance on Popland, a telenovela about the life of a paparazzo. This will be the Cuban American's first Spanish-speaking role.