There's nothing more addictive or incredible in life than reinventing yourself and allow yourself to be different every day.
I am so excited to have created a line that has been inspired by my culture - showing its color, its passion and its greatness - and one that captures much of my personal style.
You can make films in a lot of countries, but they don't have very wide releases.
There were a lot of little triggers that made me realize that life is now; life is happening while we're preoccupied with stupidities. Of course, growing. Of course, becoming a mother and understanding life from another perspective.
There's some anxiety the 30 minutes before the show starts. But once you step on stage and face the people, everything goes away, and you have fun and enjoy the audience.
Since I was little, I've had that vision of a businesswoman inside me.
Since I was 9 years old, I have been working, hustling to find my own projects - from telenovelas to record deals, etc. etc. Way before I met my husband.
You are the only one who can create an incredible world around you, or destroy yourself.
I'm more relaxed. I know I have difficulties with some verbs. But if they get me, they get me. And if they don't understand me, they don't understand me.
When you are gestating, you feel full of life, you feel full of joy, you feel full of fantasy, of stories.
In 'Growing Stronger,' I expose my most painful moments and open my heart, thoughts and person, so that my experiences can inspire alleviation, consolation and decisiveness.
I think it keeps your brain moving faster, singing in another language.
The Fiesta Tour McDonald's exhibit is a one-of-a-kind compilation of items and great moments in Latin music history. Every item has a unique story, including the outfit which I wore during the 2008 Premios Juventud awards.
'Growing Stronger' emerged from a need to relate my life experiences as well as my constant struggle to prevail each day, and as a reminder to myself of the importance of never giving up.
I've always been able to transform happiness and pain and sorrow and tears into positive energy.
I'm a lot of things at once. I want my audience to choose the side they like most about me.
In my house, when I don't bring any makeup, when wearing comfortable clothes and when I'm playing with my kids, that's the moment where I feel the most beautiful.
I overcame a lot of obstacles in my life and in my childhood.
Kmart is incredibly supportive of the Hispanic community and is therefore an ideal partner for my exclusive collection.
In giving to the March of Dimes, my fans can help support vital research and programs to help babies and their families.
I've always been singing, and acting was just something that happened.
I'm very ambitious. I always want more after I get something I've dreamed about, so every day, I have a new target and a new path to follow. That's pretty much my law in life.
To me, a big crossover was what happened to me years ago, like bringing my music in Spanish to Europe, or Asia. To me, that's a crossover because Spanish is not a language that everybody talks.
People were very passionate and over the top about showing me their love and affection, and they memorized my songs in Spanish.
I think my life in general, like that of any human being, has highs and lows, has moments of great light and moments of great darkness.
All I want to do now is to pamper myself and to be peppered with people who I love.
The darkest experiences in a human being's life allow that person to either go deeper and stay depressed or get the strength to stand up stronger than ever, and that's my case.
There's nothing more important than the health of our babies.
My mother, Yolanda, was a little girl who never grew up, and sometimes we would laugh, and I would say things like, 'Okay, so now it looks like I am your mother and you are my daughter,' to which she would reply, 'Well, yes. Handle it and pamper me.'
I've learned that to survive, you need a positive state of mind.
I was thrilled to play a role on 'Dora the Explorer,' a show that has touched the lives of many children around the world, including my own child. Dora is such an iconic and important Latina heroine, and I'm proud to now be a part of the show's ever-growing legacy.
I love Hershey's chocolate, especially Kisses, which are my favorite.
As you know, Hurricane Sandy has affected thousands of families, leaving them without electricity, without household goods and, in the worst cases, without a home.
Since I'm not a journalist, I talk about issues that encourage an interchange of ideas through conversation while also being entertaining.
I came from a middle-class family in Mexico, from a household full of women, in a country that is very machista.
My kids are my No. 1 priority. They're the light in my everyday life. The sunshine. The miracle. Those eyes. Those smiles. At the same time, I have an extended, amazing family that is my audience. All these people have been with me for such a long time. I have these two responsibilities.
A song like 'Osito Carpintero' came straight from the Pedro Infante films, movies that all the kids in Mexico watched.
I heard that I have three ribs, that I have more surgeries than Cher - whatever they say, they say; I know who I am.
The bad experiences make you stronger and makes you focus on the next project.