Fans Love That Jimmy Kimmel Featured Romeo Santos On Late Night TV


Last night on “Jimmy Kimmel Live,” Romeo Santos performed not one, but two songs, and we’re basically in bachata heaven. Finally, more Spanish-language music on late night TV!

So what if Jimmy couldn’t pronounce Santos’ first song “Héroe Favorito.” LOL!

Who's having a good time? This guy right here.
CREDIT: Who’s having a good time? This guy right here.

Santos looked so Hollywood with his white-trimmed shades, and he loved every second of it. Santos was eating up that SoCal vibe!

Here’s his performance of “Héroe Favorito,” the first single off of his new album “Golden,” which has no release date yet.

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He later performed “Promise,” his 2011 hit song that is certified platinum 19 times!

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This was me during that entire song:

When the groove hits.
CREDIT: When the groove hits.

We could have gone for one more song, but we get it… it’s live TV, but enough about me and Romeo.

What did fans think of his performance on “Jimmy Kimmel Live”?

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You hear that, Jimmy?! We want more Spanish music, por favor!!!

READ: How the World is Finally Taking Notice of Romeo Santos

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Fede Alvarez Will Write And Direct Upcoming Labyrinth Sequel


Fede Alvarez Will Write And Direct Upcoming Labyrinth Sequel


If you grew up in the 80s, chances are you consider the movie “Labyrinth” a classic.


The film starred Jennifer Connelly, David Bowie, and several Muppets from Jim Henson’s workshop. Quite the hat-trick of awesome talent.

Well, it turns out that Uruguayan director Fede Alvarez has been selected to both write and direct an upcoming sequel.

Fede Alvarez’s directing talents have been increasingly in demand over the last several years. His suspense-horror “Don’t Breathe” was a hit at the theaters. Working on the “Labyrinth” sequel won’t be the first time the director has pulled from iconic source material. In 2013, he directed the reimagining of “Evil Dead,” a movie that divided critics and fans, but that was to be expected considering the cult status of that movie. Alvarez is expected to co-write the film with Jay Basu, Variety reports.

Also on board is the daughter of Jim Henson, Lisa Henson, who is set to produce the movie.

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Lisa was barely into her mid 20s when her father, Jim Henson, directed the original “Labyrinth, originally released in 1986. It won’t be the first time the child of a director will work on the sequel of a movie originally directed by his or her parent. In 2015, “The Peanuts Movie” was co-written by Charles Schulz’s son and grandson, resulting in a movie that retained the charm of Charlie Brown and the rest of the gang. Let’s hope Lisa Henson’s presence ensures the remake’s visual aesthetic will remain true to the original.

There’s no word on who will play the Goblin King Jareth, originally played by David Bowie…


Bowie unfortunately passed away in 2016.

…But we have a suggestion…


Walter Mercado! Perfect casting, right? Well, no matter who takes the role, we’re pumped!

[H/T] Labyrinth: sequel to David Bowie fantasy film in the works

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