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10 Reasons We Relate to Xiomara From 'Jane the Virgin'
10 Reasons We Relate to Xiomara From 'Jane the Virgin'

We love Jane the Virgin's Jane Villanueva (played by Gina Rodriguez), but we can't forget about her young-at-heart mamá, Xiomara (played by Andrea Navedo)!


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5 Primetime Adapted Telenovelas
6 Primetime Adapted Telenovelas

This post was originally published on March 7, 2014
Who doesn't love a juicy telenovela? It seems everyone does! The popularity of telenovelas has even caused U.S. network executives to adapt a handful into English-language primetime series. From Jane the Virgin to Killer Women, here are five shows that were adapted from telenovelas:


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Ricky Martin Set To Join Simon Cowell's 'La Banda'
Ricky Martin Set To Join Simon Cowell's 'La Banda'

Ricky Martin is ready to bring the new generation Menudo!

The Puerto Rican singer is joining Simon Cowell's reality competition show, La Banda. Martin will serve as an executive producer and judge for the series, and he will also manage the winning group.


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Chance Crawford Shows (Extra) Brazilian Love
'Gossip Girl' Alum Chace Crawford Cozies Up To Brazilian Singer

Gossip Girl actor Chace Crawford can't seem to get enough of Brazil!

The 29-year-old actor was in Rio de Janeiro promoting his new film, John John, when he decided to cozy up with Brazilian singer Manu Gavassi.  

Multiple people spotted the lovebirds — dressed in matching blue florals — making out while celebrating Brazilian Carnival. The two just couldn't keep their hands off each other!


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Conan O'Brien Makes History After Filming Late Night Show in Cuba
Conan O'Brien Makes History After Filming Late Night Show in Cuba

Conan O’Brien has packed his bags and left to Cuba… to film an upcoming episode of his TBS show, making him the first late night TV host to do so since the beginning of the embargo in 1962, which was lifted by President Obama in December.


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SNL Celebrates 40th Anniversary, But Where Are All the Latinos?
SNL Celebrates 40th Anniversary, But Where Are All the Latinos?

Saturday Night Live’s 40th A-list focused anniversary special left much to be desired for many even while filled with best of video clips, skits, monologues and, ah yes, still no Latinos in the mix.

Steve Martin hit the nail on the head within 15 seconds of his opening monologue when he said, “Tonight is like an enormous high school reunion… a high school that is almost all white.”


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'The Slap,' NBC Mini-series Asks: Is It Ever Okay To Give A Brat A Cachetada?
NBC's 'The Slap': Is It Ever Okay To Give A Brat A Cachetada?

Yes, “The Slap” aka bofetada aka cachetada (una galleta for our Dominican friends) is one of the most flinchingly formative experiences from our collective Latino childhood. But it’s also a new NBC mini-series premiering tonight.


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'The Real' Gets Picked Up for a Second Season
'The Real' Gets Picked Up for a Second Season

Exciting news, chicas: The Real has been renewed for a second season!


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