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Maybe it was race driver Jeff Gordon's shout out to the fans at "Wrigley Stadium." Or Ozzy Osbourne, who decided the lyrics of "Take Me Out to The Ball Game" were not nearly as interesting as the mostly unintelligible words he'd picked out for himself. Or perhaps it was actress Denise Richards, who brought along a little cheat sheet in case she forgot the words.
Calle 13, the Puerto Rican hip-hop duo acclaimed for its politically charged lyrics, Afro-Caribbean beats and raunchy dance anthems, emerged as the new darling of Latin music Thursday night after sweeping the Latin Grammy Awards and collecting its 19th award from the Latin Recording Academy.
Shakira, the Latin Recording Academy's Person of the Year, released her quaking hips for a feisty performance of her reggeaton hit "Loca" during the Latin Grammy Awards on Thursday night.
Puerto Rican hip-hop duo Calle 13 opened the Latin Grammy Awards on Thursday with an emotional rendition of their Hispanic anthem "Latinoamerica,"
A socially charged hip-hop album that slams the Catholic Church and touts the joys of dancing like the poor has become the Cinderella story of the Latin Grammy Awards, placing Puerto Rican rap group Calle 13 in the spotlight and lending a political overtone to Latin music's biggest night.
A socially charged hip-hop album that slams the Catholic Church and touts dancing like the poor has become the Cinderella story of the Latin Grammy Awards, placing Puerto Rican rap group Calle 13 in the spotlight and lending a political overtone to Latin music's biggest night.
An actor who starred as one of two California highway officers in the 1970s TV series "CHiPs" was sentenced Friday to serve three years probation for conspiring to commit securities fraud.
For years, Tiger Woods was a top-10 fixture on celebrity marketing power rankings alongside A-list stars. Today, in the Davie-Brown Index, he ranks somewhere in the 2,000s, beside troubled singer Amy Winehouse, rocker Tommy Lee, early '80s TV star Erik Estrada and Horatio Sanz.