By Irasema Romero | 04/04/2011 - 20:00
Every Monday night, Quiero Mis Quince on MTV Tr3s introduces us to teenagers who are pulling all of the stops to have the best party of their lives. But Chastity, who was featured in last night’s episode, reminded us that sometimes we are happier when we share the spotlight. She spoke to Latina.com about allowing her mother a time to shine and how she dealt with the recent death of her uncle Santos.
Read our exclusive interview with Chastity below.
Your mom didn’t have a quinceañera growing up. How was planning the party with her?
By Irasema Romero | 03/21/2011 - 20:00
On last night’s Quiero Mis Quinces episode we met Rene, the first quinceañero on this popular MTV Tr3s reality show. He was so proud to make history that he invited friends and family to his grandfather’s New Jersey restaurant to watch the premiere of his episode. He spoke to Latina.com about his desire to influence other guys to break the mold and go all out for their own fifteenth birthday celebration.
Read the rest of our exclusive interview with Rene below.
By Irasema Romero | 03/07/2011 - 21:00
On tonight’s Quiero Mis Quinces episode on MTV Tr3s, we met fraternal twins Viviana and Liliana. The two sisters went all out with their renaissance-themed quinceañera based on the period telenovelas Amor Real and Alborada, which their mom used as inspiration for the dresses. The two spoke to Latina.com from their home in Chicago about their quinces, and what they loved the most about that special night. Plus, don’t miss exclusive footage of deleted scenes.
Tell us about your Quiero Mis Quinces episode.
By Mariela Rosario | 09/27/2010 - 18:00
Check out Victoria Justice behind the scenes at her photo shoot to help the Got Milk? campaign celebrate their 15th year, or quinces!
By Monica Herrera | 10/17/2008 - 14:50
The coolest names in Latin American music converged in Mexico City Thursday night for Los Premios MTV Latinoamerica 2008, where thick red tongues (not moon men) are the coveted prize and reggaeton artists are hard to find--and that's not a bad thing!