By Gerri Miller | 02/23/2010 - 13:02
The stars came out for the Los Premio lo Nuestro a La Musica Latina awards gala in Miami on Feb. 18 and rocked the red carpet with style and flair. Who dazzled and who didn’t? We interviewed three experts to find out.
Freelance makeup artist Lauren Iavarone, who beautifies brides for their weddings when she’s not working on models at New York Fashion week, magazine shoots and events, thinks the eight women we selected, with one exception, are “looking pretty fierce.”
By Mariela Rosario | 02/19/2010 - 11:14
Paulina Rubio and Thalia have been beefing for years. It all started back in the day, when the pop stars were sharing the spotlight in the Mexican teeny bopper band Timbriche. Apparently, a misunderstanding about a microphone between Thalia and La Chica Dorado caused the two to come to blows right in the middle of a performance. The audience responded by taking sides, with half chanting for Thalia, and half standing up for Paulina.
By Grace Bastidas | 10/19/2009 - 11:27
Thalia looks like a full-fledged mommy in the new video for “Equivocada,” the first single from her upcoming CD/DVD Thalia en Primera Fila, out Dec. 1 on Sony. Before giving birth to her daughter, Sabrina Sakaë, two years ago, the 38-year-old Mexican pop star was more of a hot mamacita with her navel-grazing tops, shimmery outfits and bombshell coifs. But these days she’s dressing decidedly casual.
By Grace Bastidas | 10/09/2009 - 09:37
Thalía is back. The 38-year-old singer may have taken some time off to be a mom but she never forgot her fans. Her upcoming acoustic CD/DVD, Primera Fila, shows a different, more casual side to the Mexican pop star. And if you’re wondering if her voice can stand up to the new material, listen to “Equivocada,” the first release from the record and decide for yourself (song is below). I recently caught up with artist to talk about her work:
How is the new album different from your previous work?
By Lee Hernandez | 07/14/2009 - 17:00
Mexican attract-tress Thalía (whom I grew up watching on the brilliant telenovela MariMar) does a lot of different things: She’s a singer, she owns a clothing line (courtesy of K-Mart), she works as a radio personality and she just released a book for new mothers called Thalía Radiante: The Ultimate Guide to a Fit and Fabulous Pregnancy. But do I—he who is consumed by and obsessed only with television—care at all about any of that?
By Sandra Mariscal | 07/01/2009 - 13:30
I love my curly hair now, although I wasn’t a fan of my locks growing up. My friends all had sleek straight hair and most of my family members have wavy hair. I felt awkward. I didn’t understand why I couldn’t get a brush through my tight curls, while all the other girls could comb their hair during recess. More often than not, I ended up pulling it into a ponytail. But eventually, I found solace in music, novellas and films—not from the lyrics or the plots, but from the confident curly-haired Latinas I saw in the spotlight.
By Mariela Rosario | 06/11/2009 - 15:00
Thalia's new book, Thalia: ¡Radiante! Your Guide to a Fit and Fabulous Pregnancy recently hit bookstores so we chatted with the Mexicana superstar to find out what shocked her most about being pregnant, how her mothering style has changed now that her daughter Sabrina has hit the terrible twos, and what her plans are for expanding her brood.
By Sandra Mariscal | 05/22/2009 - 11:05