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WHAT A LOAD OF CREPES
Eva Longoria looks like she could use a nap after her and her husband, basketball player Tony Parker, stuffed their faces with French crepes near the Opera in Paris, France. Yum!
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GOING ALONG FOR THE RIDE
Sofía Vergara will soon be gracing the small screen in Mexico for the telenovela Fuego En La Sangre (Univisión). Here, the actress gets her equestrian on during the filming of the soap, produced by Salvador Mejía, in which she plays Leonora, a doctor who threatens to break up the love that binds the leads, Sofía (Adela Noriega) and Juan (Eduardo Yáñez).
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THE GLAMOROUS LIFE
Salma Hayek, 41, may look all-business in this conservative get-up, but she is certainly loving life–at least that what she said recently, when she was honored for her successful career in film at the Women in Film Crystal + Lucy Awards in Beverly Hills, CA. And life is loving you, Salma–you're looking good!
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Eva Mendes, who co-stars in The Women, arrived at the Women in Film's 2008 Crystal+Lucy Awards looking lovely to receive a special award. During the ceremony, Salma Hayek stood at the podium and gave a shout out to Mendes, who was quick to yell back from her seat, "I love you, Salma!"
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LIGHTS, CAMERAS AND...JUANES
Juanes stays in rocker mode as he shoots another take for the music video of his third single, "Tres," on his album "La Vida es un Ratico" ("Life is Short"). Indeed it is short, Juanes, so let's hope this take is a keeper.
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Thalía threw an all-night bash at Nikki Midtown in Manhattan to celebrate the release of her new album, Lunada. During the party, the Mexican actress and her adored husband, music executive Tommy Mottola, were practically inseperable. Can you feel the love?
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THIS ONE'S FOR THE GIRLS
Yuri faced the media in Mexico City to talk about Mujer, Resalta tu Valor (Women, Have Courage), a motivational talk she plans on giving with the help of her husband, Rodrigo Espinoza, and Costa Rican talk-show host Vica Andrade. The Mexican singer announced that the purpose of the talk would be to help women who have suffered from emotional, psychological, and physical abuse.
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DUDE LOOKS LIKE A LADY
Look out Tootsie and Mrs. Doubtfire! The next best thing is being dragged out: Mexican comedian Héctor Suárez celebrates 50 years as an actor by starring in the feminist-tinged "La Senora de Su Casa," in which he plays a woman who tells the story of her life and the pitfalls she faces in her marriage of convenience. The play premieres July 5th.
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Meg Ryan attended the Women in Film's 2008 Crystal Lucy Awards with Annette Bening, who co-stars in their upcoming film The Women, a remake of the 1939 film starring Joan Crawford and Joan Fontaine, among others.
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LET THE SUN SHINE IN
With clutch in hand, the What Happens in Vegas... star Cameron Diaz made an entrance at the same event with this summery Óscar De La Renta dress that accentuated her golden locks.
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NO MESSING AROUND
The former Will & Grace star, Debra Messing, wore this gorgeously intricate dress, proving she wouldn't be biting any red carpet dust when she attended the Women in Film Crystal+Lucy Awards. The actress also stars in The Women, coming to theaters in September.
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Evoking a Dreamgirls look, Jada Pinkett-Smith arrived to the same awards ceremony wearing this shimmery belted mini-dress and a glamorous hairdo to match. But where's her handsome husband, Will Smith? He must be busy promoting his film Hancock.
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Boy, do we like men in uniforms! Especially when they're as handsome and honorable as Prince Harry. The youngest son in the British royal family took part in a memorial parade and service, held in England, which was dedicated to troops killed during his tour in Afghanistan.
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The cast of Shanghai pose for a photo to promote the upcoming movie, which is currently being filmed in London, England. The '40s period piece centers on an American expat, played by John Cusack, who returns to Shanghai in a few months before the Pearl Harbor attacks. (From left to right) Japanese actors Ken Watanabe (Letter from Iwo Jima) and Rinko Kikuchi (Babel), Chinese actress Gong Li, Cusack, and Chinese actor Chow Yun-Fat (Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon).
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DRESSED TO IMPRESS
In fashion, you're either in, or you're out. Heidi Klum would know the Project Runway host repeats the mantra so many times, you'd think she'd never be capable of committing a fashion faux-pas. And she certainly didn't during the 67th Annual George Foster Peabody Awards held at the Waldorf Astoria in New York City. The model looked simply stylish in this little number.
¡Cómo han crecido los hijos de Bibi Gaytán y Eduardo Capetillo!
Luis Miguel a sus 47 ¡mira cómo ha cambiado!
Actores que nos gustaría ver en el papel de Jesús
Hacemos un repaso a la breve e intensa historia de amor de Marc Anthony y Shannon de Lima
Estos famosos, como JLo, han sido víctimas de acosadores