By Priscilla Rodriguez | 01/28/2014 - 15:22
Zoe Saldana is gearing up to star in NBC’s remake of Rosemary’s Baby and we hear that the 35-year-old actress may even opt for a pixie cut for the role. "It's been tempting," she told E! News when asked if she'd be taking the hair plunge.
By Cristina Arreola | 01/17/2014 - 09:34
In the past few months, Cameron Diaz has come clean about her struggles with acne, her feelings about pubic hair, aging, and more. Now, the body-positive author and actress is talking poop. Yes, poop.
By Cristina Arreola | 01/15/2014 - 16:07
TMI? No such thing.
When it comes to sex and love, some of our favorite Latino stars haven't been shy about expressing their beliefs, feelings, desires, and needs with their fans. From Jessica Alba to Ricky Martin, these Latinos have all come clean about their sex lives:
By Cristina Arreola | 01/10/2014 - 09:44
It’s no secret that Cameron Diaz loves her body -- she even wrote an entire book about it! But what may surprise people is that the lovely 41-year-old actress is happier with her body now than she was when was younger.
By Priscilla Rodriguez | 01/08/2014 - 13:05
When a new year makes its way, most people find themselves on a health kick. But if you're unsure of what sort of healthy (and tasty) foods you should be eating, look no further than to some of your favorite Latino stars. From Genesis Rodriguez to Eva Longoria, we've rounded up 10 celebrities go-to healthy treats:
By Cristina Arreola | 01/06/2014 - 11:46
Actress-turned-author Cameron Diaz dedicated an entire section of her new health guide The Body Book to her feelings about pubic hair, and it seems she's taking a pro-pubic hair stance. She openly discusses the subject and questions why young women have laser hair removal, comparing the “fad” to changes in style.
By Cristina Arreola | 12/24/2013 - 11:00
It’s no secret that Latinos are dramatically underrepresented in Hollywood movies. But did you know women are, in general, absurdly absent from leading roles in Hollywood? In a study of the top movies from 2007 through 2009, the USC Annenberg School of Communications found that just 32% of roles in movies go to female actresses.