Fiesta 2008 Photos
PAIR OF ACES
Colombian musician Fonseca and Puerto Rican singer Luis Fonsi headlined at PEOPLE EN ESPAÑOL's FIESTA 2008. The crowd went crazy for both stars, who lit up the Rumsey Playfield on Saturday afternoon at Central Park in New York City.
The Mexican singer looked super cute in her John Galliano outfit and Costume National shoes. Her most prized accessory?: her little dog, Coffee Bean.
ANA ORTIZ & MARK INDELICATO
The mother and son duo on Ugly Betty (ABC) get along great in real life, and just couldn't resist being part of the fun at FIESTA 2008.
Dressed to the nines in Nicole Miller, the Dominican actress and TV host shined as the master of ceremonies at the Rumsey Playfield located in Central Park, New York.
PEOPLE EN ESPAÑOL's publisher, Lucía Ballas-Traynor, PEOPLE EN ESPAÑOL's editorial director, Armando Correa, posed with our Nuestra Belleza Latina 2008, Melissa Marty on the red carpet in FIESTA 2008.
Héctor Acosta "El Torito"
The king of bachata was dressed to party for the PEOPLE EN ESPAÑOL event. He had the crowd cheering (and singing) when he sang his song "El anillo", among others.
(From left to right) The members of DLG–Miss Yaya, De Barba and Ness–had the audience dancing at the Rumsey Playfield with a mix of their classic hits.
The actor of Cuban descent who plays Betty's father in Ugly Betty (ABC) told us that he feels like American Ferrera is like one of his own.
FRIEND OF FANS
Like the good sport that he is, Luis Fonsi made time for his fans. He took pictures with them and signed their CD's, and they just couldn't get enough of him.
Dominican actress Celinés Toribio wore various Nicole Miller designs while hosting FIESTA 2008, making more than a few men swoon over her.
LOUIS VAN AMSTEL AND KARINA SMIRNOFF
1,2,3. Cha Cha Chá...And plenty of sexy merengue moves were highlighted by the dancers of Dancing With The Stars (ABC), who inspired the crowd to move their own feet at FIESTA 2008.
Luis Fonsi's high energy performance electrified the crowd at FIESTA 2008. Look at how high the adrenaline-charged star jumped!
Singing hits like "Arroyito" and "Te mando flores", Colombian musician Fonseca had the crowd begging for more at Central Park, where there was a whole lot of hip-shaking going on.