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J.LO TONES IT DOWN
Jennifer López kept her stage outfits a bit more modest than the usual wardrobe on her latest world tour. The singer toned down her look to avoid offending old traditions at her shows in Indonesia and Malasia, countries with a largely Muslim population. Here she is putting on a performance in Kuala Lumpur.
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Actress Angélica Rivera was all smiles on Saturday, as she officially became the First Lady of Mexico. Her husband, Enrique Peña Nieto, assumed the presidency over the weekend, causing both gestures of approval as well as protests from thousands of Mexican citizens.
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Mexcian singer and the wife of Tommy Mottola, Thalía, made the day for hundres of fans who attended an autograph signing in Mexico City, as part of a promotional trip to her native country to promote her lastest album, Habítame siempre.
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Gaby Espino was as gorgeous as ever during the finale of Telemundo's competition Yo me llamo.
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HE'S A NICE JUDGE
From his seat at the judges panel, singer and producer Lupillo Rivera lent a smile to the camera, during the final episode of Yo me llamo (Telemundo).
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Wearing a very sexy red bandage mini dress, Maite Perroni did not go unnoticed as she arrived at the Los 40 Principales América awards, in Veracruz, Mexico.
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WHY SO SERIOUS?
Singer Christian Chávez kept a straight face while walking the red carpet at the Los 40 Principales América awards.
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HERE COMES PITBULL
Pitbull was one of many attractions at the Los 40 Principales América awards, that took place in Veracruz, Mexico. The Cuban American star took home the award for Best Urban Artist or Group.
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TIME TO DANCE
Pitbull rocks the house with a lively performance at the Los 40 Principales América awards. The fuchsia undergarment hanging on the microphone tripod was just a little token of appreciation from one of the many fans in the crowd.
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Jesse & Joy stil can't wipe the smiles from their faces since taking home a big win at the Latin Grammys, a couple of weeks ago. The brother and sister arrived at the Los 40 Principales América Awards, where they maintained their hot streak with wins in three categories: Best Artist or Group, Best Song ("Corre"), and Best Album (¿Con quién se queda el perro?).
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Sentidos Opuestos, the duo made up of singer Chacho Gaytán and Alessandra Rosaldo, was among the guests to the Los 40 Principales América Awards.
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LET THERE BE ROCK
Moderatto bandmates didn’t miss the party at the Los 40 Principales América Awards. They brought their talent —as well as extravagant outfits— to the stage during an energetic live performance.
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VERY PERSONAL STYLE
Mexican dinger Paty Cantú did not perform at the Los 40 Principales América awards show, but she was on hand to present one of the night’s biggest awards. She showed her very personal sense of style.
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Los Vázquez Sounds also showed face at the Los 40 Principales América awards, in Veracruz. The young trio was dubbed Best New Artist or Group in the Spanish language category.
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AND THE WINNER IS...
Rubén Cerros, master impersonator of popular Mexican singer Paquita la del Barrio, transformed himself once more for the grand finale of Telemundo's talent competition Yo me llamo. And it paid off in the sum of $100,000, as he was the winner for this season.
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Bobby Pulido plays Don Juan Tenorio in the stage play Tenorio cómico tapatío, which premiered this past weekend in Guadalajara, Jalisco, in Mexico. It is the theatrical debut for the singer and former contestant of Univision's dance competition Mira quién baila.
¡Cómo han crecido los hijos de Bibi Gaytán y Eduardo Capetillo!
Luis Miguel a sus 47 ¡mira cómo ha cambiado!
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Estos famosos, como JLo, han sido víctimas de acosadores