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First Single from Alejandro Sanz’s New Album to be Released June 25

Spanish singer Alejandro Sanz returns to the market with a new album from which he is launching the first single, "No Me Compares" (Don't Compare Me), to be available online in the United States on June 25. continue reading »

Sofia Vergara’s On/Off Boyfriend Accused of Doing Drugs, Partying with Prostitutes

Two prostitutes recently told the National Enquirer Sofia Vergara’s on-again off-again boyfriend Nick Loeb is a fan of drug-fueled orgies with prostitutes. continue reading »

Boyce Avenue Tug at the Heartstrings with Cover of “Breakeven” (VIDEO)

Just Alejandro and a guitar. The guys of Boyce Avenue have released a new cover, this time taking on The Script's "Breakeven". Boyce Avenue is curre continue reading »

Benecio Del Toro to Star as Plains Indian in ‘Jimmy Picard’

New father Benicio Del Toro is set to be playing the lead in director Arnaud Desplechin's Jimmy Picard, according to Deadline. Jimmy Picard is based on ethologist/psychologist Georges Devereux's continue reading »

WATCH:  Jessica Sanchez Sing National Anthem for First NBA Final Game

WATCH: Jessica Sanchez Sing National Anthem for First NBA Final Game continue reading »

Colombian Singer MonteRosa Launches 3rd Album, “Vivo en Tu Amor”

Colombian singer-songwriter MonteRosa is promoting his third album, "Vivo en Tu Amor" (Living in Your Love), in which he includes cuts in English as a decisive step into the U.S. crossover market. continue reading »

Over 200,000 Attend FREE Justin Bieber Concert in Mexico City

Some 210,000 people turned out for a free concert by Canadian pop star Justin Bieber in the Zocalo, Mexico City's largest plaza, the emergency management office said. Bieber was greeted by wild cries from his fans, the majority of them girls between the ages of 12 and 17, from the moment he took the stage just after 9:00 p.m on Monday. continue reading »

Music Icon Vicente Fernandez – ‘Not Worthy’ of a Monument Some Say

According to the residents of Cocula, México, Vicente Fernandez ‘lacks the merits’ needed in order to receive a commemorative monument. Cocula, a town in the western state of Jalisco and considered by many the birth place of mariachi music, continue reading »

‘For Greater Glory’ Dramatizes Mexican War

Almost 90 years ago, a civil war erupted in Mexico over religious freedom. Tens of thousands died on both sides during what's known as the "Cristero Wars." But even in Mexico today, the history is not well-known. For Greater Glory, a new film starring Andy Garcia, dramatizes those events. continue reading »

Charlie Sheen Tells Staples Center Security Guard “Blow My Balls” When He’s Not Let Back In

TMZ once again caught Charlie Sheen flipping out, this time after a security guard denied him re-entry after he stepped outside for a smoke break. continue reading »

Julio Iglesias, 68, Says He’ll Rest When He’s “on the Other Side”

Julio Iglesias, despite his 43 years in music, said that he is still motivated to go onstage, that he would not sing if it did not move him and that he will rest "in 30 years when I'm on the other side." continue reading »

Rapper Kid Cudi Announces Official Name of Upcoming Album: indicud

Rapper Kid Cudi has announced the official title for his third studio album. Like many stars making announcements these days, Cudi,28, (born Scott Ramon Seguro Mescudi) continue reading »

Spanish Language Media Announcing Shakira Pregnant with Pique’s Baby

Spanish language blogs and media sites are buzzing that Colombian singer, Shakira, is pregnant with boyfriend Gerard Pique's baby. continue reading »

Chilean Photographer’s Dancing Dog Carrie Promoting Latin Music in America

Chilean photographer Jose Fuentes trained his little dog Carrie to dance to the beat of Latin rhythms as entertainment for family get-togethers - and today she's a show-stopping sensation around the United States. continue reading »

“Querido Tommy” Singer-Songwriter Tommy Torres Enjoying Online Success

Puerto Rican singer-songwriter Tommy Torres fulfilled the dream of a follower with the song "Querido Tommy" (Dear Tommy), which has made him a social-network sensation and is the advance single from his upcoming disc that goes on sale this summer. continue reading »

Jessica Sanchez Singing the National Anthem in Front of U.S. Capital (VIDEO)

Jessica Sanchez has been very busy since “American Idol” finished. The AI finalist performed a heart-stirring rendition of “The Star-Spangled Banner” in front of the U.S. Capital this weekend in honor of Memorial Day. continue reading »

Bravo’s New Season of “Top Chef Masters” Includes Lorena Garcia and Sue Torres

Bravo’s “Top Chef Masters” upcoming season four has announced its new slate of award-winning chefs who will compete for the title and win $100,000 for their charity, continue reading »

Alejandro Sanz and Raquel Perera Tie the Knot in Double Ceremony With Son’s Baptism

Singer Alejandro Sanz and his girlfriend Raquel Perera were married over the weekend at his farm in the Jarandilla de la Vera municipality in the western Spanish province of Caceres, Hola magazine reported. continue reading »

Mexico’s Carlos Reygadas Wins Best Director at Cannes for “Post Tenebras Lux.”

Mexico's Carlos Reygadas on Sunday won the prize for best director at the 65th edition of the Cannes Film Festival for "Post Tenebras Lux." "I would like to thank the festival, which believed in this film, which invited it to be here and which continues supporting it," said Reygadas upon collecting the award from the hand of French singer Patrick Bruel. continue reading »

Drama “No” About Chilean Dictator Pinochet Wins Top Award at Cannes

The drama, “No” that tells the story of Chile’s referendum vote on Chilean dictator Augusto Pinochet starring Gael Garcia Bernal has won top awards at Cannes. The movie that earlier this week was picked up by Sony Pictures, won the ‘Directors Fortnight’ and the ‘Art Cinema Award’. continue reading »