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Jack Rico


2013/05/20 at 12:00am

Official! Paulina Rubio joins FOX’s "X-Factor US"


Paulina Rubio is the new judge on Fox’s X-Factor US and is the first straight up Mexican born judge to be on a English Language music reality competition show. Christina Aguilera (Ecuadorian father), Demi Lovato (quarter Mexican from mother’s side) and Mariah Carey (half-Venezuelan father) don’t really fancy themselves as Latinas, but Shakira and Rubio do.

Paulina Rubio, a.k.a “Pau,” is the Queen of Latin Pop, and is currently working on Telemundo’s La Voz Kids, a kids adaptation of NBC’s successful franchise The Voice and was also on the second season of La Voz… México. Read More

Jack Rico


2013/05/13 at 12:00am

2013: The year American TV went Spanish!

One of the best drama shows in television history is getting a Spanish twist – “Breaking Bad” is going Español and there’s nothing “Heisenberg” can do about it. Univision Networks will be the company that brings it to you courtesy of a deal they struck with Sony Pictures Television this week.

Metastasis” will be the name of the show and will carry the same brilliant story line from its English brethren: the story of a struggling high school chemistry teacher who is diagnosed with inoperable lung cancer. He turns to a life of crime, producing and selling meth with a former student with the goal of securing his family’s financial future before he passes away. Read More

Jack Rico


2008/09/13 at 12:00am

Exclusive! Selena Gomez On Being Latina

09.13.2008 | By | 2 Comments">2 Comments

Selena Gomez at the tender age of 16 is making news across television and music. Her future objective is film and she’s already making headway with a straight to DVD movie.

What is tremendous here is that she is positioning herself as the next Jennifer Lopez, a Latina triple threat that can do it all. Add to that some class, good parenting, talent and that je ne sais quois and voila!

What always peaks our curiosity with US Hispanic celebrities is if their cultural heritage is ever important to them. We had a chance to speak to Selena herself about the topic as well as her colleague Jake T. Austin amongst other things.

Click on the video below and see what they say in our exclusive interview with her.

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