Julio Iglesias is the latest Latin icon to voice his disapproval of Donald Trump. While promoting his latest album in México on Wednesday (Oct. 7), Iglesias was asked about the Republican presidential hopeful by reporters. His answer? He called him “a clown” -- then apologized to clowns for potentially insulting them.
The awards show, produced by the National Council of La Raza, launched in 1995 with a focus on “improving Latino representation and opportunities in entertainment, both behind the scenes and in the limelight.”
Being that this is Hispanic Heritage Month, we got Moreno to indulge us in a fun Q&A fit for a legend, where she looks back on some of her most memorable moments in music, movies, theater and more -- the good, the bad, and the hilarious!
Colombian sensation J Balvin has plenty of reasons to celebrate this month. Not only did La Familia, his first headlining U.S. tour, blast off without a hitch, but he's now confirmed to perform in arguably the most high-profile televised event of his rapidly rising career thus far: the "Viva Today" concert series.
Carlos Santana is the latest victim of an Internet death hoax. Rumors of the rock icon's demise started swirling on Tuesday, claiming that he had died at the age of 68, but on Sept. 30, his rep Michael Jensen confirmed to USA Today that his client is indeed alive and well.