Alejandra Espinoza acompaña a las concursantes en nuevos desafíos y pasarelas temáticas que reflejan el énfasis en el empoderamiento de la mujer y buscan la belleza en formas diferentes con el lema “sin tallas, sin límites, sin excusas”.
En la apertura de la primera gala de “Nuestra Belleza Latina” 2018 quedó claro que el lema de esta nueva temporada del programa es el empoderamiento femenino. Con Maite Perroni de rodillas en el escenario mientras comenzaba a entonar “Así Soy” junto a Karol G y Chiquis Rivera, arrancó la competencia por el título a “Nuestra Belleza Latina”.
A ellas se unieron, marchando, las 30 semifinalistas y juntas armonizaron un increíble coro de empoderamiento femenino. Esa canción fue el último acto en el que participaron juntas, pues tras su presentación se conoció quiénes seguirán participando en la competencia.
These are the highlights of the 18th Annual Latin GRAMMY Awards:
- Alejandro Sanz sang “Cuando Nadie Me Ve” and “No Es Lo Mismo,” and was joined onstage by 40 “DREAMers.”
- Residente opened the show with “Hijos del Cañaveral,” accompanied onstage by an impressive ensemble of Puerto Rican musicians.
- Juanes performed with Logic, and Alessia Cara moved the audience with her medley of “Es Tarde” and the anthem about suicide prevention “1-800-273-8255”
- Natalia LaFourcade, alongside Carlos Rivera, Flor De Toloache and Los Macorinos, played a medley of “Mexicana Hermosa” and “Tú Sí Sabes Quererme.”
- Bronco and Ha*Ash performed the Armando Manzanero classic “Adoro” on its 25th anniversary.
- Banda El Recodo, featuring Lila Downs, sang “En Mi Viejo San Juan” and the ranchera “Viva México.”
- Luis Fonsi closed the show with “Despacito,” accompanied by Víctor Manuelle, Bomba Estéreo, and Diplo.
Melania Trump wore a gorgeous vanilla silk gown made by Carolina Herrera’s former creative director Hervé Pierre at the Inauguration Ball. He’s also worked at Bill Blass, Vera Wang and Oscar de la Renta, according to his LinkedIn page.
“It’s an honor to dress the first lady,” Pierre said in a statement to Women’s Wear Daily. “I was actually lucky because over my 20 years in the U.S., I dressed all the first ladies: Mrs. Clinton at Oscar [de la Renta], Mrs. Bush and Mrs. Obama at Carolina Herrera. So, I feel lucky and honored to dress Melania Trump, but this time under my name.”
She, along with her husband, Donald Trump danced to the tune of Frank Sinatra’s “My Way.”
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Selena Gomez has revealed on Tuesday, August 30, that she’s taking a break to deal with her “anxiety, panic attacks and depression.” The singer recently shared with PEOPLE magazine about her battle with an autoimmune disease. “As many of you know, around a year ago I revealed that I have Lupus, an illness that can affect people in different ways.” Gomez added, “I want to be proactive and focus on maintaining my health and happiness and have decided that the best way forward is to take some time off. Thank you to all my fans for your support. You know how special you are to me, but I need to face this head on to ensure I am doing everything possible to be my best. I know I am not alone by sharing this. I hope others will be encouraged to address their own issues.”
Popular Mexican singer Juan Gabriel died at the age of 66 today, after suffering a heart attack in California. Journalist Joaquin Lopez Doriga has confirmed the news and added that the artist death occurred in the city of Santa Monica. President Enrique Peña Nieto also shared a message on his twitter about the talent and the passing of the crooner.
Check out the video below:
Reporte sobre la muerte de Juan Gabriel. VIDEO pic.twitter.com/jqpDuXoQ6o
— Joaquín López-Dóriga (@lopezdoriga) August 28, 2016
Una voz y un talento que representaban a México. Su música, un legado para el mundo. Se ha ido muy pronto. Que descanse en Paz.
— Enrique Peña Nieto (@EPN) August 28, 2016
The legendary musician was in the middle of his “MeXXico Es Todo Tour.”
J Balvin survived a plane crash today after leaving the Bahamas, a spokesperson for the artist has confirmed to Billboard. “J Balvin Is OK, sustaining no injuries, but we don’t have any further details on exactly what happened with the flight at this time,” the statement said. Check out the pictures below and the message the urban artist shared with his fans after the accident.
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The wait is over; the first 12 minutes from the new season of “Narcos” is here. Check out the video below to see what agents Steve Murphy and Javier Pena shared with us on Facebook.
Kim Kardashian graces three different covers of Elle U.K. for its “Confidence” issue, but glamour didn’t always come this easy to the celebrity and she talks about it in the magazine.
The reality star spoke about maternity, her stolen nude photos and how she struggled with her body image growing up.
“It’s taken me a long time to be happy with my body and for my confidence to grow to what it is today,” she admits. “I grew up when the body to have was the tall, slim, supermodel one, like Cindy Crawford’s. No one looked like me. It’s good to break the mould and recreate one.”
One famous Latina that has credited Kim Kardashian for revolutionizing body beauty is Demi Lovato.
“I really credit women like Beyonce and Kim Kardashian… [they] completely revolutionized what our generation’s view of perception of what beautiful is and I really think that they had a huge impact on that,” Lovato said.
— Kim Kardashian West (@KimKardashian) December 2, 2014
Her recent nude shoot for Paper magazine proved kim is proud of her celebrated curves but she did admit that she was upset about the recent naked pictures that were leaked online.
“I feel violated because these are private pictures. I didn’t choose for them to be out there. But I’m also realistic. I’m on covers of magazines naked, so I can’t go crazy about it. The only choice I can make is to not let it shake me up. I’m not having that choice taken away from me.”
The celebrity also opened up about how difficult it was for her to get pregnant — and how she is also considering IVF treatment.
“I want a boy and another girl; I want it to start happening straight away. I loved being part of a huge family – and I want that for North. We’d do IVF if nothing happens, but we both want to keep trying naturally. ” Kim added, “a few years ago I was told I could never get pregnant. Three different doctors told me the same thing, which is why I wanted to have my eggs frozen. I was just about to do that when I found out I was pregnant with North.”
In her first interview since becoming a mother, Eva Mendes sat down with Ellen Degeneres to discuss baby Esmeralda and pranked the audience by promising to reveal the first photo of the newborn, only to instead show a hilarious mashup of Mendes and Gosling’s faces.
Ellen thanked the new mom for coming out of the house for the first time and putting on a dress, but she also called out Eva for lying about being pregnant on her show back in February, sharing a clip of her denying the rumors.
“It wasn’t really lying because I was so early on and all moms will understand, you’re not supposed to tell anybody during your first… Well certainly not the world… In your first trimester. And my mother didn’t even know yet. So that would have been an awkward phone call. ‘Hey mom did you catch Ellen today?’
Mendes went on to explain why she and Gosling decided to keep the news a secret.
“I think just early on, we decided it’s going to be very hard for her to have privacy. And we thought this is the first opportunity we can give her to protect her and so then I had a nice calm pregnancy, which I did.” Eva said.
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While Mendes’s pregnancy went without a glitch, she revealed that she’s exhausted.
“You know we’re getting the hang of it, the sleeping thing, but yeah I’m exhausted and it’s the best…Really, I’m so incredibly tired. I thought I was tired before at times, but no. Nothing like this, but I wouldn’t have it any other way.”
However, despite being tired the actress looks slim and gorgeous, which she attributes to breast-feeding.
“I’ve always heard it. It really does help to shrink your uterus back to normal size. It does! I know it’s a really weird thing to say, but it does. It’s the best yeah.” Eva said.
The New York Times posted an editorial Monday about how hundreds of Cuban doctors could defect to the U.S. while they treat Ebola patients in West Africa.
Cuban doctors serving in West Africa could easily apply to the “Cuban Medical Professional Parole Program.”
The program allows doctors and other Cuban health professionals working in a third country at the behest of the Cuban government to defect to the United States. Those who are accepted can be on American soil within weeks, on track to becoming U.S. citizens
The NY Times also reported that the “Cuban Medical Professional Parole Program,” enabled 1,278 Cubans to defect while on overseas assignments, a record number.
“American immigration policy should give priority to the world’s neediest refugees and persecuted people. It should not be used to exacerbate the brain drain of an adversarial nation at a time when improved relations between the two countries are a worthwhile, realistic goal,” the NY times said. “It’s incongruous for the United States to value the contributions of Cuban doctors who are sent by their government to assist in international crises like the 2010 Haiti earthquake while working to subvert that government by making defection so easy.”
Cuba’s health care system was degraded by the collapse of the Soviet Union in the early ’90s, and in recent years, the government has sent health workers to Venezuela and Brazil, in exchange for badly needed hard currency and oil. Those programs make up one of the largest sources of income for the island.
According to Cuban government figures, more than 440,000 of the island’s 11 million citizens are employed in the health sector.