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These 9 Latinas Were Turning Heads With Their Stunning Looks For The Met Gala

The Met Gala is the party to see and be seen at, and this year was no different. Known for prompting stars to wear their most gravity defying and extravagant outfits, the Met Gala is always a feast for the eyes. Here are the photos of the Latinas who utterly owned their moments on the Met Gala white carpet.

Selena Gomez went for simple elegance wearing Coach.

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Gomez’ choice in dress is the perfect example of something that is simple and playful while holding a bit of elegance and class. The Texas-born actor has recently signed a deal with Coach so it only makes sense she rocked this dress on the white carpet.

Salma Hayek rocked it in Balenciaga.

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Salma Hayek took the little black dress look to a different level with this ensemble. The Mexican actor paired her flowy black dress with some killer blue boots and the look is pretty stunning.

La La Anthony was sheer brilliance in this Thai Nguyen Atelier dress.

Unbreakable ?#metgala

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La La Anthony stepped into the Met Gala scene fresh off her split from Carmelo Anthony. In her IG post, she dropped him a not-so-subtle message, “Unbreakable.” Tbh, La La is flawless in this sheer dress and she looked incredible.

Adriana Lima owned her daring neckline in Alberta Ferretti.


Necklines don’t get much deeper that Lima’s sexy and chic black dress. The Brazilian model was able to avoid a wardrobe malfunction when her dress slit started to open a little high. Either way, she was stunning.

Gisele Bündchen gave Met Gala attendees all back in Stella McCartney.

Ready! ?? Pronta!

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Simple, slick, and metallic was how the Brazilian model went with her Met Gala outfit. Her husband, Tom Brady, matched her perfectly with his silver velvet jacket and black pant suit by Tom Ford.

J.Lo kept it simple and clean wearing Valentino.

#MetGala2017

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J.Lo gave the Met Gala scene a timeless touch of Old Hollywood from her gown to her hair and makeup. The singer and actor looked marvelous with her classic look and she sure knew how to pull it off.

Of course, A-Rod accompanied Lopez to the event.

We're ready for the #MetGala2017

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Every girl needs her accessories, right? ? Doesn’t hurt when they’re handsome.

Sofia Sanchez de Betak stuck to the theme and rocked Comme des Garçons.

????M͟͟E͟͟T͟͟???? @commedesgarcons @cartier ? #MetGala #MetKawakubo #MET2017

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The Argentine-born, New York-based fashion consultant and art director was mesmerizing in her Comme des Garçons outfit at the Met Gala.

Luciana Barroso shined in her Versace gown.


Barroso kept things simple with a maroon, sequined Versace dress. Her husband, Matt Damon, was rocking the same designer for their date night to the Met Gala.

Thalia was sexy and gorgeous as she rocked her asymmetrical Tommy Hilfiger gown.

Imperdible #commedesgarcons #reikawakubo en el Met?? Momentos del #metgala2017

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The Mexican superstar put on all the stops for her Met Gala night out.


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Salma Hayek Says Those Who Are Skeptical About Her Marriage To French Billionaire Are “Showing Racism”

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Salma Hayek Says Those Who Are Skeptical About Her Marriage To French Billionaire Are “Showing Racism”

If you’re out here making judgements about Salma Hayek and her billionaire husband François-Henri Pinault, here’s a tip: don’t.

In an interview with Town & Country, the Mexican actress suggested that skepticism around her romance is a sign of bigotry.

“A lot of people are very shocked that I married who I married,” Hayek, 52, said. “And some people are even intimidated now by me. But it’s another way of showing racism. They can’t believe this Mexican ended up in the life that she has, and they’re uncomfortable around me.”

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While “this Mexican” is herself an affluent megastar, her Hollywood-earned millions is apparently loose change compared to Pinault, who’s worth an estimated $7 billion. The French businessman, who Hayek tied the knot with in 2009, heads the Kering conglomerate, which oversees high-profile fashion brands like Gucci and Yves Saint-Laurent and is the son of one of France’s richest men, Francois Pinault.

Hayek isn’t letting her haters faze her, though. She told the luxury magazine that she’s living a romantic fairytale, but one that she refuses to share too much about.

“[Pinault] is the best husband in the world,” she said. “I get to be who I am with him, and I don’t feel that somebody tries to limit me. I’m not going to tell you [how we met]. It’s such a romantic, amazing story, but it is mine. I don’t want to vulgarize it by making it into a story to make myself interesting.”

Last August, Hayek and Pinault, who have 11-year-old daughter Valentina Paloma together, renewed their vows in Bora Bora. Pinault, 56, surprised the actress with a beachside ceremony, where Hayek donned a red gown and carried a bouquet of white flowers.

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While the Mexican-Lebanese talent is happily married, she’s still bad all on her own. Hayek spoke with Town & Country to promote her film “The Hummingbird Project,” a Canadian-Belgium drama thriller premiering in the US on March 15. It’s the latest in the Oscar-nominated actress’s filmography, which includes fan favorites like “Frida,” “Dogma,” “From Dusk Till Dawn,” “Traffic,” “Grown Ups” and more.

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It’s The Beginning Of The Year And Cardi B and Selena Gomez Have Already Topped Spotify’s Most-Streamed Female Artists

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It’s The Beginning Of The Year And Cardi B and Selena Gomez Have Already Topped Spotify’s Most-Streamed Female Artists

In celebration of International Women’s Day, Spotify released a list of the music streaming service’s most-popular female artists, and it’s filled with Latina singers.

The platform, which has tens of millions of subscribers from across the world, including Latin American countries like Brazil, Chile, Colombia, El Salvador, Honduras, Mexico, Peru and the Dominican Republic, created catalogs for its most-streamed female artists worldwide and in the US between January 1 and March 1 of 2019.

Globally, Dominicana-Trinidadian rapper Cardi B came out higher than any other Latina artist at No. 8, unsurprisingly as the Bronx hitmaker followed her 2018 platinum debut album “Invasion of Privacy” with several more bangers like “Money” and, most recently,” “Please Me” with Bruno Mars.

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Behind Cardi is Selena Gomez (No. 9), whose 2018 hits “Taki Taki” and “Back To You” continue to dominate just about everyone’s playlists.

Latin American artists also made the list, with colombiana Karol G at 13. Cuban-Mexican breakout Camila Cabello followed at 14, Chicana Becky G at 16 and Demi Lovato at 18.

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Similar to Spotify’s worldwide streams, there were also six Latinas on the platform’s 20 most-listened to female artists in the US.

Once again, Belcalis Marlenis Almanzar leads her compañeras, this time making the top five at No. 4. Following behind her is Kehlani (No. 9), Camila Cabello (No. 10), Selena Gomez (No. 12), Demi Lovato (No. 16) and the Puerto Rican-Mexican singer-songwriter Julia Michaels at No. 18.

The list shows the growing strength of Latinas in music, especially the rise of Spanish-language urbano hits, as artists like Cardi (“I Like It”), Selena (“Taki Taki”), Camila (“Havana”), Karol G (“Mi Cama”), Becky G (“Sin Pijama”) and Demi Lovato’s (“Échame La Culpa”) chart-toppers in the last year were partly or fully sung in Spanish.

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Check out Spotify’s full lists of the most-streamed female artists of 2019 worldwide and in the US below.

The 20 most-streamed female artists in the world:

1. Ariana Grande

2. Billie Eilish

3. Lady Gaga

4. Halsey

5. Dua Lipa

6. Taylor Swift

7. Rihanna

8. Cardi B

9. Selena Gomez

10. Nicki Minaj

11. Sia

12. Bebe Rexha

13. Karol G

14. Camila Cabello

15. Anne-Marie

16. Becky G

17. Beyoncé

18. Demi Lovato

19. Miley Cyrus

20. Adele

The 20 most-streamed female artists in the US:

1. Ariana Grande

2. Billie Eilish

3. Halsey

4. Cardi B

5. Taylor Swift

6. Nicki MInaj

7. Lady Gaga

8. Rihanna

9. Kehlani

10. Camila Cabello

11. Dua Lipa

12. Selena Gomez

13. Bebe Rexha

14. Beyonce

15. Ella Mai

16. Demi Lovato

17. SZA

18. Julia Michaels

19. Sia

20. Lana Del Rey

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