According to research compiled by MTV, millennials believe they are more tolerant and diverse, profess a deeper commitment to equality and fairness, and are less afflicted with "different treatment" than previous generations. However, some of those beliefs are sorely optimistic.
Many are expressing their excitement on the superheroes’ costumes as much as the “Superman vs Batman” movie release date. Costume designer Michael Wilkinson spill some thoughts on the much awaited hero suits.
Reality shows are known for spicy and sexy behavior, so it's no wonder that plenty of Latinos have gained fame through reality television. Of course, most reality stars don't see more than 15 minutes of fame. These next Latino stars, on the other hand, know how to make the most out of their time. Here is the list of realty television's Latino stars that shining today.
Did you think "Laguna Beach" and "The Hills" were too good, or too annoying to be true? It turns out you were right. Recently, former star of the MTV shows, Kristin Cavallari, confessed that much of the so-called reality shows was scripted.
On Oct. 2, MTV featured a documentary, "Miley: The Movement," that gave the 20-year-old, former "Hannah Montana" star a platform to tell her story and how she strategically planned to break out from the shackles of her Disney image that were holding her hostage.
Eminem's new single "Berzerk," from his upcoming album Marshall Mathers LP 2, which the rapper released a tease for during the 2013 MTV Video Music Awards (VMAs), already has several million downloads and views.