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Jennifer Lopez as executive producer, Jenna Dewan to host ‘World of Dance’ on NBC
Watch Jenna Dewan's performance on "so you think you can dance season 12 finale" here
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J.Lo canceled New Year's Eve performance at a Miami nightclub; Rumor say reason is Drake!

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Olá pessoas....estou aqui para saber novidades e compartilhar tudo sobre Jennifer Lopez...nossa J.Lo!

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What is your favorite thing about Jennifer Lopez?

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Spanish Names for Your Baby
What is the first thing that comes to mind when hearing “Spanish Names”?  Let us know!
Spanish is the second-most-spoken language in the world! The culture of Don Quixote, flamenco, tortillas and margarita brings in the naming tradition of hot-blooded temperament!
Famous Spanish People We Love:
Antonio Banderas – Spanish actor, singer, film director and producer, best known for his roles in the films Evita, Interview with the Vampire, Philadelphia, Desperado, The Mask of Zorro, Spy Kids, and others.  
Penélope Cruz – Spanish model and actress, best known for her roles in the films Open Your Eyes, The Girl of Your Dreams, Woman on Top, Vanilla Sky, Blow, Gothica, Sahara, Volver, Nine, Vicky Cristina Barcelona, and others. She is the first Spanish actress in history who has a star at the Hollywood Walk of Fame.

Javier Bardem – Spanish actor, best known for his roles in the films Before Night Falls, Mondays in the Sun, Collateral, The Sea Inside, Goya’s Ghosts, Love in the Time of Cholera, No Country for Old Men, Biutiful, Eat Pray Love, Skyfall, and others.

Salma Hayek – Mexican-American film actress, producer and director, best known for her roles in the films Desperado, Dogma, Wild Wild West, Frida, Grown Ups, Puss in Boots, and others.

Benicio del Toro – Puerto Rican film producer and actor, best known for his roles in the films The Usual Suspects, Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas, Traffic, Snatch, Sin City, Che, and others. 


Miguel de Cervantes – Spanish novelist, playwright and poet, famous for writing the first modern European novel Don Quixote. The novel is considered one of the best works of fiction ever written and a classic of Western literature. 

+Gabriel García Márquez – Colombian novelist, journalist, short-story writer and screenwriter, famous for his novels One Hundred Years of Solitude, Autumn of the Patriarch, Love in the Time of Cholera, and others. He received the +Nobel Prize in Literature in 1982.

+Enrique Iglesias – Spanish-American singer, actor, songwriter and producer, best known for his albums Vivir, Cosas del Amor, Enrique, Escape, Insomniac, Euphoria, Sex and Love, and others. So far he has sold over 100 million units worldwide and is considered one of the best-selling Spanish language artists of all time.
Shakira#Colombian singer-songwriter, model, dancer and choreographer, best known for her albums Laundry Service, Fijacion Oral Vol. 1 and Vol. 2, She Wolf, Sale el Sol, and others. So far she has sold over 125 million records worldwide.

+Jennifer Lopez – American singer, actress, entertainer, business woman, and producer, famous for her Latin pop music and movies such as Selena, The Wedding Planner, and Maid in Manhattan. 

Pablo Picasso – Spanish painter, sculptor and printmaker, co-founder of the Cubist movement, inventor of constructed sculpture, and co-inventor of collage. His most famous works include Les Demoiselles d’Avignon and Guernica.

Frida Kahlo – Mexican painter, famous for her self-portraits. 

Salvador Dalí – Spanish surrealist painter, famous for his striking and bizarre images. His best works include The Persistence of Memory, The Temptation of St. Anthony, and others.


+Carolina Herrera – Venezuelan-American fashion designer, known to have dressed First Ladies such as Jacqueline Onassis or Michelle Obama.

Sports personalities
+Fernando Torres – Spanish footballer, who plays for +Chelsea Football Club and the Spain national team, nicknamed El Niño. 
+Rafa Nadal – Spanish professional tennis player, currently ranked No. 1 on the ATP. He is nicknamed King of Clay, due to his success playing on clay. He is considered one of the best tennis players in history.
+Pau Gasol – Spanish professional basketball player, currently playing for the +Los Angeles Lakers in the +NBA. 
+Fernando Alonso – Spanish Formula One racing driver, currently racing for Scuderia Ferrari. He is also a two-time World Champion.

Officially spoken in 22 countries and being one of the 6 official languages of the United Nations, Spanish is the language of Hispanic/Latino culture, infamous for Spanish Inquisition, and famous for salsa and flamenco, Mexican Mariachi, sangría and margarita, sombreros and tortillas.

Famous Spanish Characters in Books/ Movies/ Video Games/ Folklore:
Don Juan – fictional character, used in the stories by many authors. Don Juan is a wealthy libertine whose only goal in life is to seduce women, taking pride in it. Until today, the character has inspired many modern interpretations.
Zorro – fictional character created in 1919, and a secret identity of Don Diego de la Vega. He is a nobleman and master living in Los Angeles under the Spanish rule. The typical portrayal includes a black mask and dark cape.

Don Quixote – fictional character in the novel of the same name written by Miguel de Cervantes in 1605. Don Quixote is a nickname for Alonso Quixano, an avid reader of chivalric novels who decides to set out to revive chivalry in his own way.

Recent Celebrity Babies:

Antonio Sabato Jr. and Cheryl Moana Marie chose the Spanish name Antonio for their baby boy in 2011.
+Victoria Beckham and +David Beckham named their baby boy Cruz in 2005.
Lleyton and Bec Hewitt named their baby boy Cruz in 2008.
Alec and Hilaria Baldwin named their baby girl Carmen in 2013.

Parents all over the world choose Spanish names for their royal ancestry, regional diversity, profound etymology, and melodic pronunciation.

What are your favorite Spanish names? Comment below or leave a note on the name page

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