Latina.com Exclusive: Dania Ramirez Says Imagen Awards Were "Truly Amazing!"
By smundhra | 08/22/2008 - 12:35

The stars came out in their red-carpet worthiest digs last night for the Imagen Foundation Awards, honoring the crème de la creme of Latinos in the entertainment industry.

Not surprisingly, we learned that everyone loves Ugly Betty, which snagged Best Primetime Series and Tony Plana as Best Supporting Actor and also took home a Lifetime Achievement Award. However, we’re massively confused as to how Christina Milian, who apparently starred in some show called Snowglobe, beat America Ferrera for Best TV Actress.

Read more
Who Won Big at the ALMA Awards? (Warning: Spoilers!)
By smundhra | 08/18/2008 - 13:23

Dozens of Hollywood's biggest celebrities—Latino and otherwise—stepped out on the red carpet for the ALMA awards last night. Host/producer Eva Longoria Parker dazzled in an array of gowns, but her best accessory was definitely her husband Tony Parker.

Read more
America Ferrera Not Impressed with 'Gossip Girl'
By smundhra | 08/11/2008 - 11:59

If a picture is worth a thousand words, then this video is worth at least a million. América Ferrera let her real feelings for her Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants costar Blake Lively and her show Gossip Girl peek though when the pair were interviewed on the Fox network this weekend. The real hilarity comes in around 0:48. Enjoy!


Read more
Mark Consuelos to Guest Star on 'Ugly Betty'
By smundhra | 08/01/2008 - 14:46

The hotness void Gio left at Mode when he flew off to Rome in the season finale of Ugly Betty will be filled with überhunk Mark Consuelos, sources reveal to TV Guide. The former soap star, who is married to perky talk show host Kelly Ripa, will only appear in one episode, but his character's arrival "plays into a major story arc," according to the magazine.

Read more
Ana Ortiz: "There's a Lot of Trust" Between Lindsay Lohan and Samantha Ronson
By smundhra | 07/29/2008 - 09:39

Looks like Ana Ortiz is channeling her inner bochinchera, just like her Ugly Betty character, Hilda Suarez. The television star gave OK! Magazine a little chisme about her costar Lindsay Lohan and her "gal pal" Samantha Ronson at last night's premiere of Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants 2:

Read more
'Ugly Betty' Scores Big, America Ferrera Gets Snubbed for ALMA Award Nominations
By smundhra | 07/22/2008 - 09:21

The race to the ALMA Awards (kind of like the all-Latino Golden Globes) kicked off this week with the announcement of this year's nominees by host/executive producer Eva Longoria Parker and Dancing with the Stars finalist Cristian de la Fuente.

Read more
'Ugly Betty' Moves in to New York Neighborhood
By smundhra | 07/21/2008 - 10:09

For New Yorkers, the neighborhood just got a little uglier. The cast and crew of the hit show Ugly Betty have officially moved in. For the show's third season, ABC has relocated the entire production from Los Angeles to New York, where the show takes place.

"I'm totally not unpacked and still living out of a suitcase," Ana Ortiz told People magazine at the Ugly Betty block party in the Jackson Heights neighborhood in Queens, New York, Thursday. "But I'm crashing at my mom's place right now."

Read more
America Ferrera Nominated for Emmy Award
By smundhra | 07/17/2008 - 11:04

América Ferrera might want to clear some space on her mantle and start drafting up acceptance speeches, because the Ugly Betty star has been nominated for a 2008 Primetime Emmy award for her performance on the hit show.

Read more
No 'Ugly Betty' Emmy for Lindsay Lohan
By Latina Staff | 06/18/2008 - 12:26

Read more
"Ugly Betty"'s Tony Plana: Our Favorite TV Dad
By Latina Staff | 06/16/2008 - 12:11

Every time we see Ugly Betty's Ignacio Suarez pull a batch of enchiladas out of the oven, or offer unsolicited (but straight from the heart) advice to his daughters Betty and Hilda, we secretly wish we were in their shoes. Endlessly nurturing and intensely protective, Ignacio has become this generation's iconoclastic Latino father figure. But Tony Plana, the man who puts on an apron over his short-sleeved shirt week after week to play Ignacio, is no stranger to fatherhood himself.

Read more