Paulina Rubio is not having a great week.
The Mexican singer recently sued three shows in Spain for reporting that she had lesbian affairs, but this week, a judge denied her claim on the grounds that the shows never confirmed the stories--they were simply reporting the news as gossip, according to LatinGossip.com.
And, even though it was Pau (AKA "La Chica Dorada"), who sent her legal team after the three shows (¿Dónde estás corazón?, Aquí hay tomate and Crónicas marcianas) for the sum of $750,000, Vanity Fair Spain is reporting that "La Chica Dorada" may be the one who has to pay legal fees totaling roughly $250,000.
CHECK OUT THIS SLIDESHOW OF LATINOS ON THE HOLLYWOOD WALK OF FAME:
Cuban born actor, Andy Garcia earned his star in The Hollywood Walk fo Fame in 1995. Garcia earned an Oscar nomination for his role in "The Godfather Part III" and a Grammy as producer of "Ahora Si" by Israel "Cachao" Lopez. More recently he played the role of Terry Benedict, the casino mogul, in "Ocean's Eleven" and it's following sequels. Garcia will appear in the movie "Hemingway and Fuentes", which will be released in 2012, in the role of Gregorio Fuentes.
Aguilera, who's father is originally from Ecuador, was awarded a star in The Hollywood Walk fo Fame in 2010. In 1999 she had three number one singles on the Billboard Hot 100--"Genie in a Bottle", "What a Girl Wants", and "Come On Over Baby (All I Want Is You)."
The Mexican-American rock star was immortalized in 1998. Santana is known for his guitar-playing skills and he became famous in the late 60 with his band "Santana". He was a pioneer in mixing Latin rhythms, jazz and rock. In 2003, Rolling Stone Magazine named Santana number 15 in their list of 100 greatest artists of all times.
George Lopez, of Mexican descent, was awarded a place in The Hollywood Walk of Fame in 2006. He is known for starring in his popular ABC sitcom "George Lopez". He is also known for his stand-up comedy which examines race and ethnic relations, focusing in Mexican American culture.
The Estefans share one more thing other than their Cuban descent and their undeniable musical talent. They both have star in The Hollywood Walk Of Fame. Gloria got hers in 1993 and Emilio got his in 2005. The power-couple has been married since 1976 and have been producing great music ever since.
The Mexican singer, known as "El Rey De Rancher" ("King Of Ranchera Music") was awarded a star in 1998. Fernandez, who started singing at local restaurants and events, is now not only a famous singer, but a cultural icon. In 2002 Fernandez was recognized by the Latin Recording Academy as Person of the Year.