Celebs Out and About
HER CURVES DONT LIE
Jennifer López was spotted in West Hollywood, California, looking incredible in a blue dress that accentuated her curvy figure.
COME AND GET IT
Selena Gómez brought the energy to the stage of the MTV Movie Awards, held at the Sony Pictures studios in Culver City, California. The pop singer opened with the song, "Come and Get It.”
Mario Lopez had a pleasant surprise while filming for Extra at The Grove in Los Angeles, California. His wife Courtney Mazza, who is now expecting her second child with the TV host, showed up on the set with their daughter Gia Francesca.
MY NAME IS AMERICA
Actress America Ferrera arrived in Washington, D.C., to join activists lobbying for immigration reform in the nation’s capital. The Ugly Betty star has put her support behind the I'm Ready For Immigration Reform campaign, and opened her speech with "My name is America," as she emphasized the importance of revising the country’s immigration laws.
Wilmer Valderrama also stepped to the podium to endorse his support on the topic of immigration reform. The former That '70s Show star, who is of Venezuelan and Colombian descent, recalled the hard times when his family would find hope in the American flag waving outside their window.
Mexican TV personality Galilea Montijo, husband Fernando Reina, and their baby Mateo (sitting comfortable in his stroller), took a tour of the park in the Mexican capital. The actress and morning show host stopped along the way to sign a few autographs for fans.
Alessandra Ambrosio brought out her inner hippie for the party at the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival in Indio, California. The Brazilian supermodel enjoyed the outdoor festivities with her husband and a few A-list friends.
Mexican actors Jaime Camil and Adriana Louvier (far right) join the cast of the film Los árboles mueren de pie, directed by Roberto Girault, and which has begun filming on location in the town of Campeche in Tamaulipas, Mexico.
BACK ON THE RED CARPET
Actress Bárbara Mori reappeared on the red carpet, this time to assist at the 9th edition of the Premios Canacine awards, celebrating the best of Mexican film. The event took place in the state of Puebla, México.
Mexican actors Ariadne Díaz and José Ron have been inseparable since their relationship on the set of telenovela La mujer del vendaval became real. The couple were also invited to the Canacine Awards.
Actor Gerard Butler greets fans as he arrives on the red carpet a the Mexico City premiere of his film Olympus Has Fallen.
Mexican actor Sebastián Zurita spent the afternoon hanging out with a friend, as the two had a cold one together at a Polanco neighborhood locale in Mexico City.