Latinos Out and About
PROMOTING IN THE MORNING
Salma Hayek enters the studios of ABC's Good Morning America in New York to promote her latest film Grown Ups 2. She is wearing a lovely dress in yellow, black and white.
Sofía Vergara looks terrific in an orange dress during the Los Angeles filming of a scene from her upcoming movie Chef. The star of ABC's Modern Family turned 41 on Wednesday and celebrated the occasion with the cast of the film.
Jessica Alba leaves a Starbucks in Los Angeles, carrying a water bottle in one hand and iced tea in the other.
Mario López was a guest on the TV show Extra, which he turned into a circus. Here he juggles some oranges on the set of the show in Los Angeles...and he is quite good at it!
TRAVOLTA IN BRAZIL
John Travolta shows off his soccer skills while he filmed a commercial at Barra de Tijuca beach in Rio de Janeiro.
OUT FOR SOME FRESH AIR
Argentine actress and singer Lola Ponce beats the summer heat with daughter Erin on the streets of Miami.
Mexican actress Verónica Castro traveled to Argentina for an eye operation with the ophtalmologist who also sees Argentine TV presenter Susana Giménez as a patient. The two friends meet at an event in the Fundación Saldívar in Buenos Aires.
Colombian singert-songwriter Carlos Vives visited Disney World in Orlando with his family. Here he is with wife Claudia, kids Elena and Pedro, and two of his favorite characters, Mickey and Minnie Mouse. Vives will be performing in Orlando on Friday as part of his current tour.
THE GRUPERA QUEEN
Singer Ana Bárbara is the queen of grupera music, a genre that fuses rock with Mexican folk music. She will be recording the theme song for Telemundo's new telenovela Marido en alquiler (Husband For Hire).
A TRIBUTE TO A MASTER COMPOSER
Mexican pop-rock singer Natalia Lafourcade visits the Sirius XM Latino studios in New York, to promote her new album Mujer divina: Homenaje a Agustín Lara (Divine Woman: Tribute to Agustín Lara). Lara was the premier composer of Latin pop music's golden age in the 30s, 40s and 50s. His fame was so great that Spanish dictator Francisco Franco gifted him a house in Spain, in gratitude for the emblematic songs Lara wrote about cities like Granada and Toledo. In an interview, Lafourcade said “she was anxious to do a record where she would pay homage to those who left a mark in the hearts of those times."