Fanny Lu Releases Video for New Female Empowerment Single “En Mis Tacones,” Featuring Paty Cantu & Melanie Pfirrman

Fanny Lu is celebrating women through music…

The 47-year-old Colombian pop singer/songwriter is reversing roles in the music video for her latest single “En Mis Tacones.” 

Fanny Lu

On her latest track, her first release since signing an exclusive record deal with BMG, Fanny Lu recruited Mexican singer Paty Cantú and California-native rising artist Melanie Pfirrman, resulting in a new female empowerment anthem.

Fusing urban, vallenatocumbia and pop rhythms, the bilingual “En Mis Tacones” conveys the message that women are hard-working and independent, among many things.

And with lyrics like “put yourself in my heels so that you understand and that it is clear who is in control,” Fanny says she wanted to pay homage to an important part of femininity: the heels.

“It’s an invitation to put yourself in someone else’s shoes, especially men in the shoes of women,” Fanny expresses. “But it is also an important message for all human beings to have compassion and be understanding of others. There’s nothing more appropriate than putting yourself in each other’s shoes!”

Fanny Lu’s reference to heels isn’t just metaphorical, but also literal in the video.

Unlike the song, which was recorded in 2019, the music video, directed by Iñigo Abaroa and produced by Miguel Ferrer of Magic Films, was filmed during the coronavirus pandemic.

The innovative production shows all three artists using a game controller to control with their male counterparts, who are trying to balance themselves in heels. 

Toward the end, the three men finally understand the powerful message of “En Mis Tacones” and can easily manage walking, modeling and even dancing in a pair of pumps.

To make the video come to life during the quarantine period, Magic Films sent professional equipment, including lights, props, a smoke machine and more, to each artist and directed their shots via video calls.

For the rest of the year, Fanny Lú tells Billboard she’s going to focus on creating more empowering music for women, working on special collaborations, and helping her son kick off his music career as well.

Ferreira to Star in David Lynch’s “Twin Peaks” Reboot on Showtime

Sky Ferreira’s acting career is Peaks-ing…

The 23-year-old part-Brazilian American singer-songwriter, model, and actress will star in David Lynch’s Twin Peaks, the Showtime follow-up to his cult ABC series.

Sky Ferreira

The new season, which mixes original and new cast members, has completed filming.

The new installment picks up twenty-five years after the events in the original series that kicked off with the inhabitants of a quaint northwestern town of Twin Peaks being shocked by the murder of homecoming queen Laura Palmer, played by Sheryl Lee who is back for the reboot, joining the only previously confirmed actor, star Kyle MacLachlan, reprising his role as FBI Agent Dale Cooper.

Other actors from the original who are back include Sheryl Lee, Sherilyn Fenn, Mädchen Amick, David Duchovny, Michael Horse, Dana AshbrookRay Wise, Grace ZabriskiePeggy Lipton, Everett McGill and David Lynch.

In addition to Ferreira, other Latino actors in the 217-member cast include returning star Miguel Ferrer, Ana de la Reguera, Xolo Maridueña, Vincent Castellanos, Juan Carlos Cantu, Johnny Chavez and Lisa Coronado.

Written and produced by series creators and executive producers Lynch and Mark Frost, the upcoming Twin Peaks, directed entirely by Lynch, will premiere on Showtime in 2017.


Ferrer to Reprise His Role on the New Installment of David Lynch’s “Twin Peaks”

Miguel Ferrer is twinning

The 60-year-old half-Puerto Rican actor is set to reprise his iconic role on David Lynch’s upcoming new installment of his groundbreaking 1990 mystery series Twin Peaks for Showtime, according to

Miguel Ferrer

Ferrer will reportedly return to reprise his role as FBI Agent Albert Rosenfield from the original series in the new season, set to debut in 2017.

In eight episodes of the 1990 series, Ferrer played Rosenfield, a cynical city slicker FBI forensics specialist who butted heads with Twin Peaks Sheriff Harry S. Truman.

Miguel Ferrer in Twin Peaks

The only actor officially confirmed for the new Twin Peaks is the show’s original star Kyle MacLachlan, who is set to reprise his role as Dale Cooper.

Sheryl Lee, who played victim Laura Palmer in the original, also is back — she has been snapped by paparazzi filming scenes with MacLachlan.

Additionally, David Patrick Kelly is said to be reprising his role as Jerry Horne, with Richard Beymer rumored to be resurrecting his character of Jerry’s brother Benjamin.

New cast additions include Jennifer Jason LeighRobert KnepperBalthazar Getty and Amanda Seyfried.

Ferrer, the son of Academy Award winner José Ferrer, is a regular on NCIS: Los Angeles.

Ferrer Promoted to Series Regular on CBS’ “NCIS: LA”

Miguel Ferrer will be getting more screen time on the small screen next season…

The 58-year-old half-Puerto Rican actor, the son of Academy Award winner José Ferrer, has been promoted to series regular on CBSNCIS: LA starting next fall.

Miguel Ferrer

Ferrer, who portrays NCIS assistant director Owen Granger, joined the police procedural as a recurring character midway through last season.

In addition, he’ll join the proposed NCIS: LA spinoff, which will launch as an episode of NCIS: LA airing later this season. Ferrer will be regular on that show as well, portraying the same character.

Ferrer, best known for portraying Dr. Garret Macy on Crossing Jordan, guest-starred on the final season of Desperate Housewives.

Ferrer is “NCIS: LA” Bound

Miguel Ferrer won’t be out of work when his stint on Desperate Housewives comes to an end.

The 56-year-old Puerto Rican-American actor has signed on to appear in a recurring role on CBS’ military drama/crime procedural NCIS: Los Angeles, which stars LL Cool J and Chris O’Donnell.

The former Crossing Jordan will play NCIS Assistant Director Allan Granger, a high-ranking federal agency supervisor.

Ferrer, who was a series regular on Lifetime’s drama The Protector earlier this year, is currently appearing on ABC’s Desperate Housewives as Susan Mayer’s (Teri Hatcher) college art teacher.

Desperate Times For Ferrer

Miguel Ferrer is desperately seeking Susan… Well, sort of!

The 56-year-old Puerto Rican-American actor has landed a recurring role on the final season of ABC’s “Desperate Housewives.”

During this swan-song season of the hit show, Susan Mayer (Teri Hatcher) is headed back to college and Ferrer will play her professor. His character, Andre Zeller, is apparently “a renowned and temperamental contemporary artist who is teaching a course at the local college.”

And you can expect some serious drama to unfold between Ferrer and Hatcher’s characters!

He clashes with Susan when she goes back to art school,” an insider tells TV Line.

No word on when Ferrer, a regular on “Crossing Jordan” and currently appearing on Lifetime’s “The Protector,” will make his first appearance on the show.

“Desperate Housewives” premieres on Sunday, Septemer 25.