NEW YORK, NY – December 19, 2015 – (HISPANICIZE WIRE) – The gorgeous and talented Colombian singer Fanny Lu is back on stage and stronger than ever.
This month’s cover person talks to LatinTRENDS about her wondrous return to the stage, motherhood and her experience as a judge on “La Voz Kids.” Her single “Perfume” hit airwaves and she says this and the rest of the songs on her album are Colombian inspired. Fanny Lu also clarifies rumors about dating Maluma and dishes shares her tricks to ageless beauty.
This month’s issue features Tilda del Toro of the Warner Brothers political comedy-drama, “Our Brand is Crisis,” starring Sandra Bullock and Billy Bob Thornton. Also, Maria Quezada, the 14-year-old star of “Talía in the Kitchen,” a hit comedy in telenovela format on Nickelodeon, tells LatinTRENDS of her character, “She represents everyone and is proud of being Latina.” Highlighting more Latina women in television, we also bring you Karina Ortiz of USA Network’s “Royal Pains” set to play a reporter in ABC’s new political drama starting next year called “The Family.”
For music we turn to the guys. In our interview with Christian Daniel about his latest album, “Renacer,” he says, “I bring honesty to my songs. I try to write the perfect words to bring that message. It works.” Reggaetonero Also, Jory Boy, whose album “Matando la Liga,” debuted at #1 on the Latin Billboard, tells us how much the urban genre has changed over the years. And new to the reggaeton scene is artist Smayv who warns, “The ones on the top should be the ones afraid, because now it’s my turn, papi!”
The December issue also includes a recap of Pope Francis’ impactful and wondrous year, and an important piece that sheds light on the Central American children’s crisis of unaccompanied minors. The crisis continues.
Our health and wellness section features Lala Anthony and her ever useful and universally applicable advice for a happy life. She opens up about living with psoriasis, physical flaws, her recipe for success and her new book, “The Power Playbook: Rules for Independence, Money and Success.” For more advice on success, see our piece “5 Secrets of a Go-Getter-Guy” and how he empowers women to achieve their greatest dreams and truest potential as well.
Tis’ the season to celebrate and we explain all you need to know about Noche Buena. Also, entertaining expert Kathleen Pagan shows us how to host a holiday party like a winner. And most importantly, we provide unique advice in “3 Ways to Glide Through the Holiday Stress Free.”
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Contributed: Hispanicize Wire – Fanny Lu Graces December Cover of LatinTRENDS Magazine