Hot. Passionate. and Illegal?: Why (Almost) Everything You Thought About Latinos Just May Be True
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Buy As Gift. Overview From Dancing With the Stars finalist Cristian de la Fuente comes a tongue-in-cheek guide to understanding Latino culture-now in paperback.
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Quickly, the producers and viewers learned that just because someone is Latino does not necessarily mean he can dance In Hot. And Illegal? Product Details About the Author.
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Quickly, the producers and viewers learned that just because someone is Latino does not necessarily mean he can dance. Here, he uses his personal and funny experiences as a Latino in Hollywood to dispel common myths and admit the sometimes embarrassing, yet endearing, truths about America's largest ethnic minority.