While Jennifer López films The Back-Up Plan in Los Angeles, little Emme keeps her company during breaks.
AGE IS JUST A NUMBER
Cecilia Bolocco, a 44-year-old former Miss Universe, is now dating 28-year-old Luis Miguel Carmona. Here they are coming out of a club in Santiago de Chile.
Yes, Maribel Guardia, with that fabulous body, has reached the half-century mark, and celebrates surrounded by friends, clowns, cakes and a fun atmosphere on her TV show.
SEX, LIES AND TV
For a decade, Lorena Herrera and Facundo have lived at each other’s throat simply because the anchor insisted that the actress was a transsexual. Finally they admitted that it was all a big stunt publicity!
On his first official visit to New York, Prince Harry jokingly spits some champagne on Nacho Figueras, the captain of Lady Di’s son’s opposing polo team.
Designer Marc Jacobs, Madonna and her two sons, David and Rocco (in circle) were amongst the celebrities who attended the royal polo match.
THE POLO APPEAL
It seems that Hollywood’s crème de la crème traveled all the way to New York to attend the famous polo match, among them summer beauty Kate Hudson.
Comedian Sacha Baron Cohen, dressed as the character of his new film, Brüno, walks the MTV Movie Awards red carpet in Los Angeles.
ABSENCE OF MALICE
Ryan Reynolds and Sandra Bullock are not cheating on their spouses. They just arrived together at the MTV event to promote their new film The Proposal, which opens in U.S. theaters on June 19.
Mario López represented Latinos at the same award ceremony. He arrived in the company of Courtney Laine Mazza.
ONE MORE SEASON
After all the rumors that Verano de amor (Summer of Love) was a flop, producer Pedro Damián announced a new season of the telenovela to the Mexico City media. Ari Borovoy (right) and Christopher von Uckermann will join Gonzalo García Vivanco and Dulce María on the upcoming new episodes.
LOVE'S A HIT
POSTHUMOUS HONORActor Guillermo Capetillo raises a portrait of his late father, Manuel Capetillo during a posthumous tribute over the weekend in Mexico City.
BACK IN BUSINESS
Angélica Vale went back Sunday to what she does best: impersonating Verónica Castro, on her new show, Hazme reír y serás millonario (Make me Laugh and You’ll Be a Millionaire).
Pedro Fernández could be the Midas King of rancheras songs. Everything he records turns into gold, and his latest album, Dime mi amor (Tell Me, My Love), is no exception.