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Penelope Cruz: Live with Regis and Kelly!

Penelope Cruz: Live with Regis and Kelly!

Penelope Cruz makes a visit to Live with Regis and Kelly on Monday (May 2) in New York City.

The 37-year-old Spanish actress went on the talk show to promote her latest flick, Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides and signed autographs for waiting fans after the appearance.

The film is set to be released later this month.

Penelope also attended the Met Ball earlier this week! She looked beautiful in an Oscar de la Renta gown, and even brought the designer as her date!

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# 3
lexy hates bilson @ 05/07/2011 at 7:15 am

She’s great! Always nice to see a TALENTED and REAL Latina on your site!!

# 4

wats wrong wit her style? Its elegant and its age appropriate. I think jlo needs to change her style!

# 5
Mark Buffalo @ 05/07/2011 at 7:47 am

I hate it when she covers up her curvy body. Perhaps Javier Bardem doesn’t give her enough compliments.
She should really make the most of her prime and wear something a bit more exciting.
It would be good if she ditches the long gown that conceals her incredible physique and shows off her ample cleavage, fuller legs and fuller backside.

# 6
lexy hates bilson @ 05/07/2011 at 8:29 am

J-lo has no style…unless you count fame *****, wanna be white girl, and no talent a style!

# 7

just curious, what constitutes a latina? cause i thought that was what americans called women from south america.

# 8

@bena: Latinas r the women who r from countries like Spain, Portugal, Brazil, Latin American, and (curiously) France
These r countries which their languages come from Latin language
I guess that’s it!

# 9
Happy_Evil_Dude @ 05/07/2011 at 1:46 pm

@Weber from Brazil: French or not Latinos, sorry. Latinos come from Latin America, Hispanics from Spain (like the MILF here), and French from France. Stop spouting nonsense.

Latinos somos los que hablamos una lengua derivada del latin. Como el español, francés, portugués, rumano e italiano.

CommonSense @ 05/07/2011 at 2:20 pm


There are 5 continents and America is one of them. Sorry there is not a Latin American Continent.

That’s right, the countries which languages come from Latin language are calles latinos.
Unfotunately, now this “term” is used in a pejorative way.
Pobres idiotas e ignorantes.

CommonSense @ 05/07/2011 at 2:21 pm


¡Bien dicho! ;)

CommonSense @ 05/07/2011 at 2:25 pm


Ignorancia es su estado más puro.
Hay que viajar y sí no te alcanza pues al menos busca información y leéla.

Happy_Evil_Dude @ 05/07/2011 at 4:20 pm

Alright estupidos, from the dictionary, a Latino is:

1. A Latin American.
2. A person of Hispanic, especially Latin-American, descent, often one living in the United States
3. An inhabitant of the US who is of Latin American origin

And Latin America is: the parts of North America and South America to the south of the United States where Romance languages are spoken. (so basically everything south of the US, from Mexico to Argentina).

So once again, people from Spain, Portugal, France and Italy are not Latinos. Comprende?

@CommonSense: ¿ignorancia por qué? I was just curious about a term I see many times used by americans, not about the etymology of the word or anything. I usually hear it in a pejorative way to talk about people from south america and when I read it here beeing used in reference to someone from Spain I got a bit confused. that’s it.

oh, I see now that they changed latina to spanish actress. so there is something to it.

The most beautiful woman in the world. :)

De pena ajena @ 05/07/2011 at 9:54 pm


The American continent is divided in 3 parts and not 2: North America, Central America and South America.
Y se escribe “¿comprendes?”(si les habla a una persona) o “¿comprenden?” (si le hablas a varias persona). Además se usan los 2 signos de interrogación.

Ser latino hace referencia a la lengua que hablas, no al lugar donde has nacido. Soy latina, española y europea.

Happy_Evil_Dude @ 05/08/2011 at 5:22 am

If you guys can’t accept something that is defined IN THE FREAKIN’ DICTIONARY, then I’m afraid there is nothing me, or anyone else can do for you.

@De pena ajena: Yes, once again, there is something called Latin America, and if you don’t believe me you can look it up. And yes it covers everything south of the USA, from Mexico to Argentina. In other words, Latin America = Mexico + Central America + South America. Once again, this comes from the dictionary. Meaning I actually took the time to grab a dictionary, look up “Latin America” and type the definiton. And as for your claim that America is divided in 3 parts that is false as well. It is divided on two parts, North and South America. Central America is part of North America, and is just given a name as a “geographical region”, not a continent. Just like Latin America is a name for a language region (the romance languages of America). Saying Your denial of Latin America is like saying the US isn’t divided in 4 regions (Northeast, Midwest, South & West) but in 50 states. So once again LOOK IT UP and stop embarassing yourself.

@laura: If you are Spanish and European, YOU ARE NOT A LATINA. You can fantasize about being one all you want, but to be a Latina, you have to be from the American continents. THIS IS FROM THE DICTIONARY. IT IS NOT OPEN TO INTERPRETAION. See above and my previous points for more.

Cada día que amanece el número de tontos crece.

Penelope is so beautiful!!! And, oh, I’m from Germany and a Latina because our language is also of latin origin!!! LOL

De pena ajena @ 05/10/2011 at 8:54 pm


Laura, tienes toda la razón.
No vale la pena perder el tiempo con gente tarada. :-)

De pena ajena @ 05/10/2011 at 8:59 pm


¿Qué clase de libros consultas? Los que utilizaban antes de descubrir el continente Americano y decián que la Tierra era plana.
No se busca en un diccionario, sino en un Atlas… sí sabes lo que es eso ¿no?

Para algunos el mundo se divide en: Estados Unidos, Canadá y el resto es todo México!!!!

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