Meet The Mexican Actor Who Will Play Luis Miguel In A New TV Series

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It was just announced that actor Diego Boneta will play the role of Luis Miguel in Telemundo’s upcoming TV series.

Listo para contar la historia oficial de Luis Miguel. Prepárense… #telemundo #netflix

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“Luis Miguel, the Series” is set to air on Telemundo in the U.S. It will be distributed in Latin America and Spain by Netflix in 2018.

Telemundo has released several successful bio-musicals, including “Celia,” based on Celia Cruz, and “Hasta Que Te Conoci,” about Juan Gabriel.

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People will travel alongside with me through a surprising, unexpected and emotional journey that has shaped the artist and the person that I am today,” Luis Miguel said, according to Billboard.

Here’s why Boneta (or should I say Buenote) is the perfect choice to play Luis Miguel.

Umm… talk about similar smiles.

They both know a thing or two about slick hair…

Sentir que tus besos se anidaron en mí…

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… And nice suits.

Meet Ollie… #monsterpartymovie

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What dapper dudes.

More importantly, this 26-year-old is a triple threat!

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Check out his moves on “Pretty Little Liars.”

Boneta can actually sing! His breakthrough role was Rocco Bezauri on the Spanish telenovela “Rebelde.”

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Boneta’s singing skills helped him snag a role on “Rebelde,” and he eventually transitioned into becoming a bonafide pop singer.

Here’s a music video from Boneta’s debut album.

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Boneta has released two albums so far: his debut “Diego” and “Indigo.” He could have just been a singer for the rest of his life, but you cannot put this kind of talent into a box. You have to let it roam free.

Boneta also has major crossover appeal. Remember him as Javier Luna on “90210”?

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That was probably not the best clip, considering he gets killed. However, it does show he has a dramatic flare. Don’t believe us??

Boneta doesn’t just look good on the small screen. He can carry a feature film!

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He was the main love interest in the 2012 musical “Rock of Ages.” Looks like Boneta can do it all!

So, what’s left to say… you ready, Diego?


Beause 2018 cannot come fast enough!

READ: Diego Boneta Talks Stereotypes

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With The Release Of Her New Song, People Continue To Say Selena Gomez Is 'Glamorizing Suicide'


With The Release Of Her New Song, People Continue To Say Selena Gomez Is ‘Glamorizing Suicide’

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After sending fans into a frenzy last week with news that she was going to release new music, Selena Gomez kept her promise and dropped new music today. The song is titled “Bad Liar” and is inspired by the Talking Heads song “Psycho Killer” as researched by Genius.

Selena Gomez released new single “Bad Liar” featuring a sample from “Psycho Killer,” a Talking Heads song.

She teased fans all week with cryptic messages that fans were trying to decipher.

She even posted some of the lyrics, the same way she had posted the title of the song, in red lipstick on glass.

Earlier in the week, Gomez also gave fans a taste of the baseline made famous by the Talking Heads.

Little did her fans know how important these four seconds would be for the song.

Hardcore fans may remember this video from back in 2014 where Gomez was vibing off of the baseline already.


Could this have been the moment she was inspired to write “Bad Liar?”

Spotify is streaming the “Bad Liar” music video exclusively at the moment.

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But Gomez shared a snippet on her Twitter account.

There has been some controversy around the song art adding to the flack she’s gotten since producing “13 Reasons Why.”

The image features Gomez wearing a “risk” hospital band and bandages around and near her wrist.

But apparently, the photoshoot for this song happened right after a trip to the hospital for a Lupus related issue, which Gomez has openly talked about struggling with recently.


Gomez has denied claims that the series glamorizes suicide and continues to stand by the series.

You can watch the full video on Spotify or listen to the audio only version below.

READ: Selena Gomez And Her Cast Get Tattoos To Bring Awareness To An Issue People Are Afraid To Address

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