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Selena Gomez appears on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon in 2013
Fallon Taking Over the Tonight Show: The Best Latino Guests From His Old Gig

The Tonight Show will be making its way back to New York City after Jimmy Fallon takes Jay Leno's place come February 17. The comedic host will bid farewell to his show Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, but before he does, we wanted to take a minute to look at some of the best Latino guests from his Late Night gig. Check 'em out:


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Coca Cola America the Beautiful Super Bowl commercial
Tweets Attack Multilingual Coca Cola Commercial

The amount of uproar a Coca Cola Super Bowl commercial has caused is enough to make us question our sanity. The commercial depicts scenes from everyday life–with families and friends–with many voices singing "America the Beautiful." The twist? The song is sung in different languages, highlighting the diversity in this country we call home.

But some felt the need to bash the commercial, taking to twitter to voice their outrage. The hashtags #SpeakAmerican, #BoycottCoke and #fuckcoke all started trending mere moments after the commercial aired. 


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Mexico Getting Its Own Version of MTV's 'Jersey Shore'

MTV Latin America is developing a Mexican version of its hit reality show Jersey Shore and its viral series Ridiculousness, according to the Hollywood Reporter.

The network has ordered 13 episodes of both shows, which will premiere in Latin America and Mexico in September. 


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Juan Pablo with Cassandra and Kat on The Bachelor
Bachelor Recap 4: Juan Huge Mistake

If I had to describe this episode in one word it would be: tears. There were a lot of tears, a lot of cattiness and a lot of kissing (and not kissing, see below), to make one’s head spin. And Juan’s head did spin, trying to keep all the girls happy.

Chris Harrison begins telling the girls ominously, “there are 13 of you left, so congratulations, you’ve come a long way… but you still have a long way to go.” BUZZKILL CHRIS HAS ARRIVED.


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Alfonso Cuaron Teams Up With J.J. Abrams for NBC Series “Believe”
Alfonso Cuarón Teams Up With J.J. Abrams on NBC Series 'Believe'

Alfonso Cuarón may have racked up 10 Oscar nominations, picked up Golden Globes for ‘Best Director’ and 'Best Picture', and taken home a handful of SAG and PGA awards...but the Mexican filmmaker isn’t showing any signs of slowing down!


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Tricia Helfer from Killer Women
Sofia Vergara’s 'Killer Women' Cancelled After Two Episodes

Well, that was fast. Sofia Vergara’s latest TV venture, Killer Women, has fallen flat, and was cancelled after just two episodes.


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Juan Pablo plays soccer with the girls on The Bachelor
Bachelor Recap: Everybody Wants Juan-on-One Time

Ay, mi gente. Episode three is an interesting one, because this is the episode where things get more serious and everyone apparently forgets they’re on a reality show that they signed up for, stating such gems like “this process is weird,” “I don’t want a group date with all these girls,” and “my soul just wants to be left alone.” (Sorry, Sharleen, don’t you know that your contract mandates Chris Harrison feed on your soul if not picked? Mwahaha.)


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Bachelor Recap: Juan Wrong Move, And One Girl Gets Sent Packing
Bachelor Recap: Juan Wrong Move, And One Girl Gets Sent Packing

The second episode of The Bachelor was one that had us genuinely embarrassed for contestants for a number of reasons. There were wigs, dogs, nudity and drunken yelling – and one girl was sent packing before the rose ceremony EVEN STARTED. Seriously, this episode makes other reality shows look tame.


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'Dexter' Makes Its Way to NUVOtv
'Dexter' Makes Its Way to NUVOtv

Dexter fans, rejoice! Your favorite award-winning, critically acclaimed Showtime series is making a comeback. And for those who never tuned in while the show was on air, now's your chance.

Beginning tonight, NUVOtv will be airing all eight seasons of Dexter, uncut and in its entirety.


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Why Saturday Night Live's Diversity Problem Isn’t Simply Solved With a New Black Cast Member

When controversy began to stir surrounding the lack of diversity on Saturday Night Live, I remember thinking, “this should be interesting.” In a world where a lack of diversity on TV shows is called out only to be completely ignored, this one seemed to take a hold of the American public and mainstream media. The controversy was fueled by the fact that one out of the two black male cast members, Kenan Thompson, publicly stated that he would no longer dress in drag to play black women.


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