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William Mebarak and Nidia Ripoll confirm that their daughter is currently expecting baby boy with her boyfriend, Gerard Pique.
The Colombian singer is expecting her second child with beau Gerard Pique, more than a year after welcoming son Milan together.
A Manhattan federal court judge says that Shak's chart-topping single infringed on a 1998 song called 'Loca con su Tiguere' by a Dominican songwriter named Ramon Arias Vasquez.
The former coach and judge of 'The Voice' breaks the record of getting most likes on Facebook just months after she was named the most-liked musician on the social media site in March.
The Latin singer is joined by collaborator Carlinhos Brown and a bunch of dancers during the performance of her 'La La La (Brazil 2014)'.
The Latin singer will perform her 'La La La (Brazil 2014)' at the upcoming event, while the rapper will join Santana for their 'Dar um Jeito (We Will Find a Way)'.
The new music video also features apeparances from Pique's Barcelona teammates including Cesc Fabregas, Lionel Messi and Neymar.
Two other coaches Adam Levine and Usher also hit the stage of the singing show to deliver an amazing cover of D'Angelo's 2000 hit single 'Untitled (How Does It Feel)'.
Country music darlings Carrie Underwood and Miranda Lambert, who were scheduled to take the stage together, showed off major cleavage in their figure-hugging dresses.
The 'Dare (La La La)' singer who has filled in for Christina Aguilera for two seasons says before the Tuesday results show, 'For now, no, I don't have any plans of coming back.'
Shakira plays 'truth or dare on the dancefloor' in the music video for both English and Spanish versions of the upbeat dance track.
The No Doubt singer has confirmed that she will replace Christina Aguilera as a coach in the fall, but the 'Ain't No Other Man' singer will return for season 8.
The Latin singer looks hot in a black outfit as she sings her current single during the result show of the singing competition.
Kristen Merlin emerges as a new frontrunner as Usher calls Shakira's decision to advance her a 'no-brainer.'
The event also features performances from Miranda Lambert, George Strait, Jason Aldean, Hunter Hayes, Luke Bryan and Florida Georgia Line among others.