If you love Jennifer Lopez and you love James Corden’s “Carpool Karaoke,” you’re in for a treat. Lopez recently joined Corden for a ride and the two sang their hearts out to J.Lo songs such as “Love Don’t Cost A Thing” and the Spanish-language hit “Qué Hiciste.” In between songs, Lopez revealed she’s been proposed to FIVE times, which means she had to say no to a couple of guys. After talking to Corden about rumors that she had her butt insured, Lopez lent Corden her phone so he could text a random celebrity. His choice? Leonardo DiCaprio.
Whether you are a Latino foodie or someone who likes to use food as code for carnal pursuits, we’ve got the perfect playlist for you. Get ready to get your groove on and don’t be surprised if you find yourself hungry for food – or a little sumthin’ sumthin’ if you know what we mean.
A group named Chocolate singing about mayonnaise? Estos mañosos are not singing about a condiment that you put on sandwiches. They’re going on and on about getting whipped up into a creamy and dizzying frenzy by a woman with a tattoo on her back. ?
Credit: Más Turbada Que Nada/Gloria Trevi/BMG Ariola
Trevi uses her signature growl on this song from the album “Más Turbada Que Nunca” to explain that some dumbass has left her like fries without ketchup. But the best line has got to be when she says she was left like “un nopal sin lo baboso y el baboso eres tú!”
“Margarita vende arepas calientes,” but she makes a special one that she doesn’t sell to just anyone. In order to let someone eat the special arepa, she has to be sure. That sounds like a lot of commitment for an arepa.
“La Tortilla” by Joe Cuba
Credit: Recuerdos de Mi Querido Barrio/Joe Cuba/Tico Records
He’s singin’ about how much he wants to taste the tortilla, but I guess THAT tortilla is kind of hard to get.
“Salchica con Huevo” by Jimmy Sabater
Credit: Solo/Jimmy Sabater/Tico Records
“Salchicha con huevo me pidio al amanecer.” No she didn’t! That means she spent the night and she still wanted sausage and eggs for breakfast. Naughty!