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Latinos have been steadily making names for themselves in Hollywood, both behind and in front of the camera.

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While Latinos were not nominated for the big prize at the Grammys, there were numerous Latinos that had enough to celebrate.

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On Feb. 15, the 58 annual Grammy awards will be handed out with multiple first time nominees vying for awards and many great performances.

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David Rousseau talks about his work with Pitbull over the years.

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Shakira, Pitbull, Sofía Vergara, Gloria Estefan and numerous other U.S. Latino and Latin American celebrities rely on the expertise of Irma Martinez, founder and creative director of Trendy Inc., who's made it her life's work to dress and style the biggest names in the business. She's also worked with "big brands" needing a little education how to appeal to Latin audiences.

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Mr. Worldwide, also known as the multi-platinum award-winning rapper Pitbull, has a message for Donald Trump, the Republican presidential candidate who recently came under fire for saying that Mexican immigrants were rapist, criminals and drug dealers. That message is "I'm not a politician. I'm a musician. I'm a Latino first. I support our people."

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When Venezuelan-born director David Rousseau is behind the lens shooting a music video in an exotic location or on a Hollywood studio set, he gets to see another side of stars. While they all shine bright with the glitz and the glam, he also gets glimmers of their vulnerable side while they're working the camera, balancing star power with raw emotion.

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Dubbed "the leading urban Latin music festival in the world," thousands of bilingual and English-speaking Latino Millenials are gearing up for this year's Calibash Festival, which will take place at L.A.'s Staples Center on Jan. 24, 2015.

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Enrique Iglesias is once again reigning over the charts and breaking records with his latest single "Bailando," and he's probably 'bailando' (dancing) all the way to the bank -- and back to the studio where the music magic happens!

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Enrique Igelsias and Pitbull have embarked on a 15-city U.S. tour, produced by AEG, that kicked off on Friday Sept. 12 in Newark, New Jersey. They are scheduled to perform in New York City on Sept. 25 at Madison Square Garden. The tour will run through Saturday, Oct. 22, in Hollywood, Florida.

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Cuban-American rapper Pitbull, a.k.a. "Mr. Worldwide," is getting 'Sirius' when it comes to mixing his musical tastes, sharing them with his fans and creating his own radio channel.

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The social media campaign is backed by many Latino celebrities.

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The varied and distinct collection of Latino sub-groups and cultures fail to be properly represented on the screen, and the highest-earning Latinos in Hollywood tend to be noticeably lighter. While darker Latinos have increased in numbers onscreen, they are almost exclusively cast in supporting roles, and often they play exclusively black characters.

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Some of the answers are obvious. Others are not.

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On June 12, the FIFA 2014 World Cup Opening Ceremony began with the sights and the sounds of the Brazilian Amazon — from dancing, human raindrops, trees and acrobatic lilies to human soccer balls. And after the sounds of rainfall and thunder dissipated, Cuban-American rapper Pitbull, Puerto Rican Bronx, New York native Jennifer Lopez and Brazilian singer and "Voice" judge Claudia Leitte, emerged from a giant flower and performed "We Are One," (Ole Ola).

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Should Shakira have sung the official World Cup theme?

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