Celebrities were swarming the red carpet at PEOPLE EN ESPAÑOL’s exclusive Stars of the Year bash yesterday in downtown Miami. Some arrived looking luxurious, like reggaeton diva Ivy Queen, who wore a stunning Roberto Cavalli black dress. Others sported more casual duds, like Chilean actor Cristian de la Fuente, who managed to look glamorous in just a tee shirt and jeans.
Mexican actress Lorena Rojas was a reluctant attendee of the superstar event. “I’m really inhibited and I don’t like to go to parties,” admitted the star of telenovela Pecados Ajenos (Telemundo). “But I know the quality of the events [organized by] People, and I’m going to have a good time.” And who wouldn’t? Rockin’ music, delicious beverages and beautiful faces were just some of the perks the party boasted.
To get to the modern bar The Space, you just had to follow the limousines and you’d be right there with celebs like Kate del Castillo, who stepped out of her luxury car in a tight leather dress.
Like Del Castillo, Angélica Vale is one of our stars of the year, and the actress didn’t forget to bring her sense of humor to the carpet, showing off a pair of red underwear she plans to wear on New Year’s Eve. “I don’t recommend you wear red panties on New Year’s because I use them every year and I’m still single.”
The red carpet was oozing with romance as well. Lovebirds like Candela Ferro and Khotán gazed adoringly at one another and couldn’t stop touching, just like Escándalo TV (Telefutura) host Lilia Luciano and her fiancé Luis Alayo, who will marry in Barcelona on Dec. 28.
The pair made up of Luis Fonsi and our choice for the magazine’s cover, Adamari López, took the opportunity to give some tips to one couple on their way to the altar: our couple of the year, Jackie Guerrido and Don Omar. López recommended that they have as much fun as possible and travel, adding: “Look for a cook, Don Omar, because Jackie doesn’t cook at all.”
It was clear that our three female stars, López, Del Castillo and Vale, had a great time posing in front of huge poster of them on the cover of our current magazine, on sale now. “I don’t want to believe it,” Del Castillo joked about the honor. “I hope it doesn’t go to my head!”