Shake it, Shak!
Shakira makes a surprise appearance at a Miami radio station to sing "Loba" (She-Wolf), the first single of her upcoming album.
Anchor Galilea Montijo and boyfriend, doctor Jorge Krasovsky, wear their mandatory helmets for a motorcycle ride through Mexico City.
Sarah Jessica Parker leaves her New York house for another day of filming of the upcoming sequel for Sex and The City, while her twins Marion and Tabitha are out with their nanny.
Mexican anchors Ernesto Laguardia (left) and Raúl Araiza savor their cotton candy like children during a break on the show Hoy, which they co-host in Mexico City.
Fans in Buenos Aires enjoy a night full of surprises at the Wisin & Yandel concert, among them, the duet "Lloro por ti" (I Cry for You), performed by Enrique Iglesias (right).
GREETINGS FROM VENICE
Venezuelan President Hugo Chávez (left) walks the red carpet at the Venice International Film Festival where director Oliver Stone premiered the documentary about him, South of the Border.
Though not married, Candela Ferro and boyfriend Khotán live on a permanent honeymoon. The couple visits Cancun's beautiful beaches in Mexico. Â
Singer Gloria Trevi and husband Armando Gómez dance nonstop during their vacation in Acapulco, México.
Spanish singer David Bisbal (right) joins Pedro Fernández on stage to celebrate his 30 year career span in Mexico City.
Niurka Marcos, accompanied by new beau Felipe Catalano, enjoys a family day at a park in Mexico City with children Romina (right) and Emilio (behind).
Singer Julieta Venegas window shops with a friend in Buenos Aires.
THE PAST IS PAST
Argentinean musician Gustavo Cerati promotes in Mexico City his new album, Fuerza natural (Natural Force), assuring there will not be a Soda Stereo reunion.
Actors George Clooney and Ewan McGregor (left) greet fans at the Venice Film Festival, where they attend the premiere of their new movie The Men Who Stare At Goats.
Actors Nicolas Cage and Eva Mendes happily present their new film, Bad Lieutenant: Port of Call New Orleans, in Venice.
Actor Matt Damon with director Steven Soderbergh (left) at the Venice premiere of their new film The Informant, which opens in the U.S. this month.