By Lee Hernandez | 07/14/2011 - 13:27
When nominations for the 63rd Annual Primetime Emmy Awards were announced this morning, we were elated to hear Sofia Vergara’s name among the nominees. The Colombian actress—a scene-stealer on ABC’s Modern Family—received her second consecutive Outstanding Supporting Actress nomination for her work on the hit comedy.
By Latina Staff | 07/02/2011 - 09:00
Here are our favorite explosive moments in the world of Latino entertainment since the inception of Latina. Tell us what you think we missed!
By Lee Hernandez | 06/28/2011 - 13:32
America Ferrera tied the knot with her longtime boyfreind, Ryan Piers Williams last night in an intimate setting amongst close friends and family, the star's rep tells People.com.
The Ugly Betty alum, 27, reportedly wore a dress by Amsale's Christos label and Fred Leighton earrings.
By Lee Hernandez | 05/27/2011 - 08:33
Congratulations are in order for Ana Ortiz! In an email to Latina.com last night, the lovely boricua actress told us exclusively that she’s six months pregnant with her second child, and revealed the sex of the baby.
“We know it's a boy!” wrote Ortiz, who added that she and her husband (musician Noah Lebenzon) “are trying to come up with some names that we can agree on.”
By Lee Hernandez | 01/14/2011 - 10:25
A few weeks ago, Mark Indelicato told us he wished that Chris Colfer’s Glee character Kurt was less of a victim. “I think every gay character on TV—whether it be a boy or a girl, or even somebody questioning their sexuality—I would like to see them portrayed as stronger and more independent, not squeamish.”
By Lee Hernandez | 12/24/2010 - 18:20
By Lee Hernandez | 12/21/2010 - 16:00
Mark Indelicato, who played arguably the most loveable gay teenager in television history, Justin Suarez on Ugly Betty, says Chris Colfer’s recent Golden Globe nomination for his portrayal of Kurt on FOX”s hit show, Glee, is well-deserved, but adds that he wishes Colfer’s character was less of a victim. “I just don’t understand why the gay character is portrayed as the weak link—or the person who can’t stand up for themselves,” says Indelicato.