Shakira’s Latest Music Video Is Inspiring Fans To Share Their Love Stories On Social Media


It’s been seven years since Shakira has released an album en Español.


We love it when she sings in English, but Shakira in Spanish is even hotter.

Last week, she released a music video for the first single off her forthcoming album “El Dorado,” and there’s quite a few surprises in it.

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The song is titled “Me Enamoré,” and it’s super catchy and danceable.

Okay, while you catch your breath, here’s a few of our favorite moments. For starters, we are loving her messy long curls.

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The song is all about falling in love, so she must be talking about her boyfriend, Spanish soccer player Gerard Piqué, right?

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Well, she mentions that she likes “his” beard. And Piqué does have facial hair.

Then things start getting a little sexual. Yes, there’s butt grabbing.


And also, there’s a kinky food situation going on in the bedroom.


But more importantly, Shakira’s trademark hip thrust is back!


And, yes, the guy Shakira is in love with is…


Her baby daddy!!!!

Of course it is. It’s kinda cute that Shakira included this TRUE love story in her new music video.

Fans are now sharing their own love story music video on social media too!

3 años 8 meses? #ShakiraMeEnamoré ????

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So cute!!!!

READ: Shakira Quiz: We’ll Show You Her Hair And You Have To Guess Which Music Video It’s From

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Define American Film Festival Is Aiming To Change The Immigration Narrative Through Storytelling


Define American Film Festival Is Aiming To Change The Immigration Narrative Through Storytelling

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Define American‘s mission is to engage people in the immigration debate using the stories of those being impacted. As a way of carrying the conversation, the immigration advocacy organization is hosting a film festival May 11 through May 13 in Charlotte, N.C. The festival will showcase different documentaries that touch on the myriad aspects surrounding the immigration and race debate in the U.S. Here are a few of the documentaries that will be shown at the Define American Film Festival.

1. Residenté

“Residenté” follows Calle 13 rapper, René Pérez, a.k.a. Residenté, as he travels the world to discover his roots. After having a DNA test, Residenté plans a trip around the world to trace where his family is from and tell the stories of locals in the places he visits. The experience is deeply connected to an album he created that incorporates all parts of his ancestry including languages, instruments, and folklore to tell a complete story about who Pérez is as a person and the connection shared by all people in the world.

2. Forbidden: Undocumented And Queer In Rural America

“Forbidden: Undocumented and Queer in Rural America” explores the intersectionality of being both queer and undocumented in a rural community in North Carolina. The documentary follows the life of Moises Serrano as he juggles life on the fringe through the Real ID Act of 2005, getting accepted to college and figuring out his finances to afford school, love, and the fragile balance as a DACA beneficiary. The Real ID Act of 2005 came when Serrano was about to graduate high school with a hope of going to college. The act made it so undocumented people were not allowed to have driver’s licenses or government issued ID’s which effectively blocked undocumented people from going to school, getting work, and driving a car.

3. Dolores

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There isn’t a trailer for this documentary but the title kind of gives you all you need to know. “Dolores” documents the life, fight, and experience of one of the most iconic activists among Latinos, Dolores Huerta. The documentary dives into her time with the farm workers in Delano, Calif. as well as her teaming up with the iconic women’s rights activist Gloria Steinem. The documentary also gives viewers a look into her personal life including loves, children, and her home life.

4. White People

Jose Antonio Vargas, the founder of Define American, is also having a film showing during the film festival. Titled “White People,” Antonio Vargas along with MTV made a documentary exploring race in America from the young, white perspective. The provocative documentary makes people uncomfortable as they tackle the issue of race in America during a conversation with young white Americans and how they navigate the touchy subject.

READ: Latino, Gay, and Undocumented in the Rural South

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