The Colombian former tennis pro is officially engaged to two-time Oscar-winner Hilary Swank.
The Million Dollar Baby and Boys Don’t Cry actress announced the engagement news via Instagram.
“Went on a hike and this happened!” the Oscar-winning actress captioned the selfie with a clear blue sky in the background. “I am so happy to share with you all this exciting and incredible news … the engagement to my dear Ruben!!! #Engaged”
The couple spent the recent weekend in Indian Wells, Calif., where they enjoyed the Moet & Chandon inaugural “Holding Court” dinner with fellow guests Camilla Belle, Holland Roden and Scott Eastwood.
Swank and Torres reportedly starting dating last summer, before making their first official appearance together in December at the Vanity Fair& NSU Art Museum’s Private Dinner.
Swank was previously married to actor Chad Lowe for 10 years before their divorce in 2007.
Enrique Iglesiasis setting hearts aflutter with his latest music video…
The 38-year-old Spanish singer has released the official music video for his latest single “Heart Attack“.
The dramatic clip opens with Iglesias standing on the edge of a bridge, apparently thinking of committing suicide. Through some flashback scenes, it’s revealed that the heartthrob has just figured out that his girlfriend is cheating on him.
Iglesias is seen getting emotional when arriving at his girlfriend’s home and finding her in bed with another man in the nearly-four-minute clip directed by Collin Tilley, who has previously worked with Nicki Minaj, Chris Brown, Justin Bieber and Jason Derulo.
Iglesias isn’t the only one who’s happy with the new video’s arrival…
Camilla Belle, who plays the cheating girlfriend in the clip, took to Twitter to share her excitement.
“So excited!” she tweeted. “#HeartAttack music video is out!! Couldn’t wait to share with you guys!!”
Produced by The Cataracs, “Heart Attack” is featured in Iglesias’ upcoming tenth album. The yet-to-be-titled record is expected to be released in the coming months.
Camilla Belle’s reimagined A Midsummer Night’s Dream is officially a Fox project.
Fox International Productions has joined the team behind the 26-year-old half-Brazilian American actress’ latest film Amapola.
The directorial feature debut of Argentinian opera and theater director and Oscar-winning art director Eugenio Zanetti, the film is described as a romantic reimagining of William Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream set against the turbulent backdrops of the 1962 Argentinian military coup and the 1982 war for the Falkland Islands.
Belle stars are the title character in the film, which also stars Francois Arnaud, Geraldine Chaplin, Lito Cruz and Leonor Benedetto.
Production on the film, which Zanetti wrote, is underway in El Tigre, Argentina.
Twentieth Century Fox will distribute the film in Latin America.
Camilla Belle could be getting her (football) game on in the near future…
The 25-year-old half-Brazilian American actress is in final negotiations to star opposite The Twilight Saga’s Kellan Lutz in Love Is All You Need?
The independent film is set in a world where homosexuality is the norm and follows several storylines.
Belle, has previously starred in 10,000 BC and From Prada to Nada, will portray a star football quarterback adored by a large fan base while Lutz, whose deal is closed, would play an aspiring journalist. The two fall in love, with their relationship growing in secret, but when the romance becomes public, the two find themselves being bullied.
The feature is based on a short by Kim Rocco Shields. Shields co-wrote the feature script with David Tillman and is directing.
Belle currently stars opposite Andy Garcia in the indie drama Open Road, which premiered at the Los Angeles Brazilian Film Festival.
It’s no wonder they call it the “Oscars of the East Coast”… The Metropolitan Museum of Art‘s Costume Institute Gala may celebrate the annual opening of the Metropolitan Museum‘s fashion exhibit at the Costume Institute… But it’s also the place to see Hollywood’s brightest stars dressed to impress in some of the season’s hautest gowns.
Hosted by Vogue, this year’s event proved to be another high-style affair, with several Latina starlets stealing the spotlight on the red carpet.
Here’s a look at the night’s best-dressed Latinas:
Camilla Belle Much like Alba, Camilla Belle embraced this season’s metallic trend by donning a stunning Ralph Lauren Collection tulle-and-beaded dress in liquid gold.The 25-year-old half-Brazilian American actress accessorized the bold low-cut number with champagne-hued Ralph Lauren Collection sandals, Ralph Lauren Vintage Collection gems and dark red lipstick.
Lea Michele There’s nothing blue about Glee star Lea Michele’snavy blue Diane von Furstenberg with a high-slit and plunging neckline. The 25-year-old part-Spanish actress/singer—who was the best-dressed Latina at this year’s SAG Awards—paired her daring sequined gown with a Diane von Furstenberg clutch and Christian Louboutin shoes and a tassel necklace and other diamond jewels by Lorraine Schwartz.
La La Anthony Talk about makin’ sparks fly! Reality star La La Vazquez Anthony rocked an electric blue Zac Posen dress with intricate bodice detailing. The The 32-year-old Nuyorican actress and entrepreneur, who recently launched her own cosmetics line, paired her oh-so-bright dress with sleek Mizuki drop earrings.
The men’s website says when it comes to Colombian imports, none are more in demand than Vergara—who ranked No. 3 on the 2011 list. Despite the Modern Family star’s obvious assets, says Ask Men, she’s one very funny woman.
Carolina Herrera has been expanding her empire to a new generation of fashionistas by dressing starlets like Jessica Alba, Jordana Brewster and Camilla Belle. But her latest creation could make her the Bella of the ball for the younger set.
The 72-year-old Venezuelan designer is the mastermind behind what could become the most copied wedding dress of the century: the bridal gown worn by Kristen Stewart’s character Bella in The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part I.
Twilight author Stephenie Meyer specifically asked Herrera to create the dress, which was handmade for Stewart to wear in her on-screen wedding to her vampire fiancé, Edward Cullen
“I was of course inspired by Stephenie’s description of the gown in the book, but I added the touch of Herrera and also took into consideration the personality and the style of the bride,” Herrera tells British Vogue. “A wedding dress is both an intimate and personal for a woman—it must reflect the personality and style of the bride. Bella’s dress is romantic and filled with a timeless sophistication, very similar to the character. In a way, this dress served as a symbol of the character’s coming of age and introduction into womanhood.”
It took Herrera and four seamstresses more than six months to create thedramatic crepe satin and French Chantilly lace dress, which features 152 buttons on the back and 17 on each sleeve. But it only took a second to make an emotional impact on Stewart.
“In the initial fitting when Kristen put the dress on and looked in the mirror, she was very moved,” says the designer. “In that moment she was not an actress or a character in a film, she was a bride, and a happy one at that. It is always very important to make the bride happy, of course, and in this case I was delighted to do so. It was a very special moment for both Kristen and the character of Bella to share.”
Herrera’s classic and sophisticated wedding gowns have been worn by some of the world’s most stylish brides, including Renee Zellweger and Christina Hendricks. So what inspired her to work in the Twilight zone?
“Being a big follower of The Twilight Saga, I was very flattered to be a part of this fantastic project,” says Herrera. “I read the books and saw the first film and have been a fan ever since. You can’t walk down the street and run into someone who doesn’t know what Twilight is anymore, whether it be the books or the movie. Our bridal collections always possess a timeless elegance and sophistication and I found the same elements in Stephenie Meyer’s descriptions of Bella’s dress.”
The floor-length handmade gown—complete with a Bardot neckline and short train—will be sold at Herrera’s boutiques in New York, Los Angeles, Bal Harbour and Dallas starting in January 2012.