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La neta la Diva Jennifer Lopez le hizo el favor interpretandola porque esa selena era fea con coxonessss :Escandalo:

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Hasta bizcorocha era mira aca WOW nunca habia visto estas fotos solo las que ponen despues de las lipos y cirujias que le hacia su amante el doctor de Monterrey 

 

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QUE MUJER TAN FEA, TOSCA, CORRIENTE, Y CHOLISIMA :OMG:


 

Tenia mucho de negroide mirale las jettas de shanta de tractor y los pelos de negra como pelos pubicoss :Escandalo:  sin mencionar la narizota de green pepper    tosca tosca tosca 


PERO QUE ASCO SUPER CHANGUISIMA LA MUJER. YA PARECE HERMANA DE LA RUCA DE SHAKIRA :OMG:

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thiagomessi ha escrito:

QUE MUJER TAN FEA, TOSCA, CORRIENTE, Y CHOLISIMA :OMG:


 

Tenia mucho de negroide mirale las jettas de shanta de tractor y los pelos de negra como pelos pubicoss :Escandalo:  sin mencionar la narizota de green pepper    tosca tosca tosca 


PERO QUE ASCO SUPER CHANGUISIMA LA MUJER. YA PARECE HERMANA DE LA RUCA DE SHAKIRA :OMG:


Esa mujer changuisima ya no existe!!!!!!! ahora es polvo osea que la  nariz de chango y lo demas ya no lo tiene no se mortifiquen....:Escandalo:

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Enrique Arsenio Lucca Quiñonez, better known as Papo Lucca, is a Puerto Rican multi-instrumentalist best known for his pianist skills. His main musical genres are Salsa and Latin Jazz.

 

 

Pedro Juan Rodríguez Ferrer, better known as Pete "El Conde" Rodríguez was a salsa singer born in Ponce, Puerto Rico. His son, also named Pete Rodriguez, is also a salsa and jazz musician.

 

Joe Cuba a.k.a "Sonny" was an American musician of Puerto Rican descent who was known as the "Father of Latin Boogaloo"

 

Ismael Rivera a.k.a. "Maelo", was a Puerto Rican composer and singer of salsa music.

 

 

Bobby Valentin a.k.a. "El Rey del Bajo" (King of the Bass), (born June 9, 1941), is a musician and salsa bandleader.

 

 

Gilberto Santa Rosa, also known as "El Caballero de la Salsa", is a Puerto Rican bandleader and singer of salsa and bolero

 

 

Eddie Palmieri, is a Grammy Award winning Puerto Rican pianist, bandleader and musician, best known for combining jazz piano and instrumental solos with Latin rhythms.

 

 

Bobby Cruz is a salsa singer and religious minister. He is well known for his success beginning in 1965 as part of the duo Richie Ray & Bobby Cruz.

 

 

Ricardo "Richie" Ray is a virtuoso pianist, singer, music arranger, composer and religious minister known for his success beginning in 1965 as part of the duo Richie Ray & Bobby Cruz. He is known as "El Embajador del Piano"

 

ZULEYKA RIVERA

 

Zuleyka Jerrís Rivera Mendoza is a Puerto Rican beauty queen and actress who held the titles Miss Puerto Rico Universe 2006 and Miss Universe 2006. She made her debut as a telenovela actress in Telemundo's soap opera Dame Chocolate.  Rivera was the fifth Puerto Rican to win the title, which makes the island the third most successful entity in the pageant (behind the United States and Venezuela). Rivera was the third consecutive delegate from Puerto Rico to make the top five at Miss Universe, after Alba Reyes placed second runner-up at Miss Universe 2004 and Cynthia Olavarría was first runner-up at Miss Universe 2005.

Rivera's win came only five years after Denise Quiñones, the most recent winner from Puerto Rico, won the crown. As Miss Universe, Rivera represented the Miss Universe Organization, both in the United States and internationally. She was based in New York City, where she shared an apartment with Tara ConnerMiss USA and Katie BlairMiss Teen USA 2006.  

After being crowned on July 23, 2006 in Los Angeles, Zuleyka was interviewed by many news teams in Los Angeles and when she arrived at her new home in New York.

From the end of July until early August, Zuleyka traveled to Japan where she presented the Five Star Diamond Award to the Mandarin Oriental Hotel in Tokyo. She also participated in a photo shoot with Kurara Chibana in San Juan, Puerto Ricoand in Tokyo, Japan, the girls who became really close best friends and still keep in touch. Miss Universe Japan (and first runner-up), and Zuleyka also visited Mikimoto, the creators of her dazzling crown. In late August, Zuleyka traveled to Indonesia where she attended the opening of a new spa, met with the Minister of Culture, and attended the Miss Indonesia Universe pageant where Agni Pratistha was crowned. While in Indonesia, Zuleyka also visited Bali. On September 4, 2006, Zuleyka returned to her home, Puerto Rico for an official homecoming celebration and parade. The following day, Zuleyka returned to her hometown of Salinas.

As of April 2007, Zuleyka has traveled to the Czech RepublicFranceItalyRussiaSpainTurkeyGreeceKazakhstanIndiaMexicoThailandBrazilPuerto RicoJapan, and Indonesia, in addition to numerous trips around the United States.

On April 1, 2007, Rivera appeared at WrestleMania 23 along with Miss USA 2007 Rachel Smith and Miss Teen USA 2006 Katie Blair, supporting Donald Trump in the Battle of the Billionaires match against Vince McMahon

 

 

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Willie Colón

William Anthony Colón is a salsa musician from New York of Puerto Rican descent. Primarily a trombonist, Colón also sings, writes, produces and acts. He is also involved in municipal politics in New York City. Colón has been a civil rights, community and political activist since the age of 16. He has served as a member of the Latino Commission on AIDS and the United Nations Immigrant Foundation, President of the Arthur Schomburg Coalition for a Better New York, member of the Board of Directors of the Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute.[3] In 1995, Mr. Colón became the first minority to serve on the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP) national board and is now a member of the ASCAP FOUNDATION.

 

Marco Antonio Muñiz 
(born September 16, 1968), known professionally as Marc Anthony, is an American actor, record producer and singer-songwriter. Anthony is the top selling tropical salsa artist of all time.[1] The two-time Grammy and three-time Latin Grammy–winner has sold more than 12 million albums worldwide.[2] He is best known for his Latin salsa numbers and ballads. Anthony has won numerous awards and his achievements have been honored through various recognitions. He was the recipient of the 2009 Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute (CHCI) Chair's Award. He also received the "2009 CHCI Chair's Lifetime Achievement Award" on September 16, 2009.
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Durante el Desfile Puertorriqueño de Nueva York observan la parada la Reina del Desfile, la señorita Josefina Lamoso, el gobernador de Nueva York, Nelson Rockefeller....

 

Dr. Antonia Pantoja (September 13, 1922 - May 24, 2002), educator, social worker, feminist, civil rights leader and founder of ASPIRA, the Puerto Rican Forum, Boricua College and Produci

 

Pantoja was born in San Juan, Puerto Rico where she received her primary and secondary education. She was later able to study at the University of Puerto Rico with the financial help given to her by her wealthy neighbors. There she obtained a teacher's certificate in 1942. In 1944 she moved to New York City where she found a job as a welder in a wartime factory. She subsequently won a scholarship to Hunter College in Manhattan, where she graduated with a Bachelor's degree insociology in 1952. She then studied at Columbia University's New York School of Social Work, where she earned her Master's degree in 1954.

 

In 1957, Pantoja founded the Puerto Rican Forum (originally the Hispanic American Youth Association or HAYA), which served as an incubator for organizations and programs promoting economic self-sufficiency. This organization is now known as the National Puerto Rican Forum and is headquartered in The Bronx.

 

n 1961, Pantoja also founded ASPIRA (Spanish for "aspire"), a non-profit organization that promoted a positive self-image, commitment to community, and education as a value as part of the ASPIRA Process to Puerto Rican and other Latino youth in New York City. ASPIRA now has offices in six states, Puerto Rico and has its headquarters, the ASPIRA Association, in Washington, D.C.. It has provided approximately 50,000 Latino students with career and college counseling, financial aid and other assistance, and is today one of the largest nonprofit agencies in the Latino community. In 1963 Dr. Pantoja directed a project of the Puerto Rican Forum that resulted in the establishment of the Puerto Rican Community Development Project (PRCDP), funded by the federal War on Poverty

 

In 1964, Dr. Pantoja shifted her emphasis from self-help programs to the reformation of the educational system and in 1967 she served on a mayoral committee, convened by the then Mayor of New York City, John Lindsay, that recommended the decentralization of the school system.[1][2]

In 1970, she established the Universidad Boricua, which is now known as Boricua College (with three campuses in NYC) and the Puerto Rican Research and Resources Center in Washington, D.C.. In 1973, she earned her Ph.D. from Union Graduate School in Ohio. She joined the faculty of the San Diego State University's School of Social Work in 1978, where she became the Director of the Undergraduate Program in Social Work. Later, she would become the co-founder of the Graduate School for Community Development, a private free-standing educational institution. This School taught community development, economic development and leadership skills to people in communities around the United States and Puerto Rico.[1][3]

 

In 1972, ASPIRA of New York, under the direction of Dr. Mario Anglada and with the support of Dr. Pantoja, filed a civil rights lawsuit in the Federal court demanding that New York City provide classroom instruction in transitional Spanish for struggling Latino students. ASPIRA signed a consent decree with the NYC Board of Education in 1974, which is considered a major landmark in the history of bilingual education in the United States. Although Dr. Pantoja is credited with bringing this landmark lawsuit, she was actually no longer with ASPIRA at the time and was not directly involved.

 

 
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Ernesto Antonio "Tito" Puente, (April 20, 1923 – June 1, 2000),[1] was a Latin jazz and salsa musician and composer. The son of native Puerto Ricans, Ernest and Ercilia Puente, living in New York City's Spanish Harlem community, Puente is often credited as "The Musical Pope," "El Rey de los Timbales" (The King of the timbales) and "The King of Latin Music." He is best known for dance-oriented mambo and Latin jazz compositions that helped keep his career going for 50 years. He and his music appear in many films such as The Mambo Kings and Fernando Trueba's Calle 54. He guest-starred on several television shows including Sesame StreetThe Cosby Show and The Simpsons.
Lynda Lopez (born on June 14, 1971) is an Emmy Award-winning Puerto Rican American journalist and the youngest sister of actress and singer Jennifer Lopez

Lopez started her radio broadcasting career at WBAB and WLIR on Long Island. She later went to work for WXXP-FM, also on Long Island, as both Assistant Program Director and Music Director. She later worked as a DJ for WKTU in the 10PM-2AM timeslot. After working for five years in the radio, she landed a position as entertainment correspondent for WPIX's morning show.

Lopez is currently employed by WCBS-AM as a news anchor, often working as part of a rotation of anchors from 9 PM until 2 AM; in this arrangement, one anchor works the odd-numbered hours while a second works even numbered hours.

 

Miguel Ángel Álvarez, also known as "El Men," (August 25, 1928 – January 16, 2011),[1] was a Puerto Rican comedian and actor.

 

Álvarez began his artistic career as a radio announcer, working for radio station WENA. On October 30, 1950, Álvarez was among a group of reporters who covered the Gunfight at "Salón Boricua" between Vidal Santiago Díaz, a nationalist who was the personal barber of Albizu Campos, 40 police and National Guardsmen during the Nationalist attack of San Juan. This event made Puerto Rican radio history because it was the first time that an event of this nature was transmitted via the radio airwaves to the public in general.[2] He later participated in the radio show El Tremendo Hotel (The Tremendous Hotel) starring Ramón Rivero "Diplo" and later Álvarez was contracted to do radionovelas (radio soap opera).

 

 

Álvarez's popularity grew and soon he was filming movies in various countries. Among the countries in which he filmed besides Puerto Rico were Spain, Mexico, VenezuelaColombia, the Dominican Republic, and the United States. In 1965, he was given one of the leading roles in the Mexican film, "El Señor Doctor" (Mr. Doctor), with Cantinflas, and Marta Romero. After he returned to Puerto Rico he participated in a comedy entitled Johnny "El Men" (Johnny the Man), which was about the struggles of a Puerto Rican in New York City. It was from this comedy that Álvarez's was given the nickname "El Men", a name which would accompany him for the rest of his life.  Álvarez directed four movies for Columbia Pictures.

 

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Marysol Castro is a television journalist and was weather anchor for the The Early Show on CBS in 2011. Prior to that, she was the weather and features correspondent for the weekend edition of Good Morning America on ABC Born to Puerto Rican parents in New York City,[1] Castro was raised in the Bronx and attended Public School 83 and Intermediate School 181. She later attended Westtown School, a Quaker boarding school in Pennsylvania and graduated fromWesleyan University in Middletown, Connecticut with a Bachelors of Arts degree in 1996.[2] She later obtained a Masters of Arts in journalism from the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism.

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Lucy Boscana (September 24, 1915 – May 24, 2001) was an actress and a pioneer in Puerto Rico's television industry.  
Boscana (birth name: Lucy Boscana Bravo) was born in the city of Mayagüez which is located on the west coast of Puerto Rico. Her family moved to the United States when she was a child because of the economic crisis in the island. She learned how to play the piano at an early age. Boscana graduated from high school and decided to continue her education by enrolling in Oberlin College located in Ohio, where her cousin, Madeline Willemsen, was studying a French languagedegree. There she earned her Bachelors Degree in languages and theater.
In 1940, Boscana returned to Puerto Rico. After a stint as an English language teacher in her hometown she enrolled in the University of Puerto Rico to study music and dramatic arts. After graduation, Boscana founded the Puerto Rican Tablado Company, a traveling theater.
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http://robertoclemente.si.edu/spanish/virtual_legacy.htm

 

Yomo Toro was a guitarist and one of Puerto Rico's most famous cuatro players. Known internationally as "The King of the Cuatro," Toro recorded over 150 albums throughout a 60-year career and worked 

 

Roberto Roena is a salsa music percussionist, orchestra leader, and dancer. Roena was one of the original members of El Gran Combo, Puerto Rico's first successful salsa music orchestra.

 

Ray Barretto was a Grammy Award-winning Latin/Latin jazz musician of Puerto Rican ancestry.

 

 

Esther Sandoval (28 December 1927 – 6 February 2006) was an actress and a pioneer in Puerto Rico's television.

 

 

Sandoval was born Esther Maria Gonzalez in Ponce where she received her primary and secondary education. After graduating from Salinas High School, she attended Colegio Percy de Ponce (Percy College of Ponce) and earned a degree in secretarial sciences

 

Sandoval went to work for El Día, a local newspaper in Ponce. She first came into contact with the field of communications when she went to work as a secretary for Emilio Huyke in the radio station WPAB. She auditioned and was named director of a program directed towards a female audience. In 1949, she informed her parents that she wanted to become an artist and she left for San Juan, despite their protests, and went to work for Ángel Ramos' "Radio El Mundo", which later became known as WKAQ. She was given the surname "Sandoval" by the Argentine actress Queca Guerrero. Sandoval landed roles in radionovelas (radio soap operas) and became known in Puerto Rico as "The Queen of the Radio Operas"

 

 

In 1954, Sandoval became a pioneer in the island's television when she participated, alongside Mario Pabón and Lucy Boscana, in Puerto Rico's first televised soap opera Ante La Ley which was transmitted through Telemundo. The soap opera caused a national scandal in Puerto Rico because in one scene she kissed her co-star Pabon in the mouth, an act that was totally unheard of in those days

 

Sandoval traveled to New York City, where she joined Míriam Colón's theatrical group "El Circulo Dramatico" (The Drama Circuit). Later she founded her own theatrical group and named it "Experimental Hall of Theater". They were located at the Lucerne Hotel of New York. There she produced and starred in Té y Simpatía (Tea and Sympathy) and Dondé esta la Luz? (Where is the Light?). Before returning to Puerto Rico, Sandoval made several presentations in the Teatro Puerto Rico.

 

 

She also lent her voice in the Spanish translation of movies. She was the voiceover of Joan CrawfordBarbara Stanwyck and Rosalind Russell. In 1978, her supporting role in the Telemundo soap opera Cristina Bazán was thoroughly acknowledged, alongside José Luis Rodríguez and Johanna Rosaly. In 1979, she participated alongside Norma CandalAlicia MoredaGladys Rodríguez and Otilio Warrington in Jacobo Morales' movie Dios los Cría (And God Created Them), where she played the role of a prostitute.

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gore44 ha escrito:

thiagomessi ha escrito:

mamacita80 ha escrito:

thiagomessi ha escrito:

QUE MUJER TAN FEA, TOSCA, CORRIENTE, Y CHOLISIMA :OMG:


 

Tenia mucho de negroide mirale las jettas de shanta de tractor y los pelos de negra como pelos pubicoss :Escandalo:  sin mencionar la narizota de green pepper    tosca tosca tosca 


PERO QUE ASCO SUPER CHANGUISIMA LA MUJER. YA PARECE HERMANA DE LA RUCA DE SHAKIRA :OMG:


:Escandalo:


Asi tenia el pelo Changuira antes de hecharse galones de peroxido :Escandalo: