Star Tracker: Jennifer Lopez, Selena Gomez, Paulina Rubio, and more!

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— We didn’t know Jennifer Lopez was into Brazilian martial arts! By the looks of her recent visit to a beach in Uruguay, it seems that way. According to Fox News Latino, the Boricua superstar engaged in some capoeira with a dance group during filming for her Q’Viva: The Chosen talent search program. Dressed in a pair of jeans and short red t-shirt, the 42-year-old J.Lo also reportedly shook her shoes off as soon as she arrived at the Uruguayan beach to meet the dancers. Talk about making herself feel at home!

— Part-Mexican singer/actress Selena Gomez and her sweetie Justin Bieber looked madly in love at a wedding in Mexico recently. No – it was not their wedding (silly rumors) – but of Gomez’s friend. Check out the photos of the teen couple here, from Just Jared.

— Ex-Menudo star and mega-producer Robi Draco Rosa has not let his fight with cancer stop him from his music. People en Español is reporting that the 42-year-old Boricua is preparing a new album which will feature new versions of some of his songs. The album according to the website, will also feature collaborations with Latin music heavyweights such as Dominican singer/songwriter Juan Luis Guerra and Spanish singer Alejandro Sanz. Angelo Medina, Draco Rosa’s rep, said that the producer is very enthused about the project. Well… so are we.

— Want to learn intimate details of Paulina Rubio’s upbringing and rise to international fame? These tidbits of the Chica Dorada’s life – and more – will be shown on mun2 Presents: Paulina Rubio Mi Historia. The one-hour television special is set to air tomorrow at 4 p.m. ET/PT, 3 p.m. Central.

Shake It Up star Adam Irigoyen recently got a sweet treat! According to Just Jared, the teenage cubano stopped by the new Blizz yogurt ship in Sherman Oaks, California for the opening of the location and – of course – to greet his adoring fans. “Thanks @Blizzyogurt for such an awesome day yesterday,” Irigoyen tweeted. “We had a great time!”

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