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Happy birthday, Goldie Hawn! Our favorite blonde bombshell turns 69 today and we couldn’t think of a better way to celebrate than by taking a look back at her best moments over the decades.
And no — we assure you, that’s not Goldie’s lookalike daughter, Kate Hudson. Yes, Hawn and her daughter, 35, still look a lot alike — even though Goldie is nearing 70. With her feathery, blonde hair and those bright-blue doe eyes, it’s easy to see why.
Hawn originally started her career in dance, quickly landing a role in Disney’s “The One and Only, Genuine, Original Family Band,” where she met Kurt Russell, who would later become her long-time love. She also appeared regularly on Rowan & Martin’s “Laugh-In” in the late 1960s and early 1970s. It wasn’t long before Hollywood was taking notice of her vivacious, bubbly persona. She went on to win an Oscar for her performance in “Cactus Flower,” and enjoyed other memorable roles in films like “The First Wives Club” and “Private Benjamin.”
But Hawn’s personal life has been just as intriguing as her professional career — most notably, her long-term romance with fellow actor, Kurt Russell. They’ve been together over 30 years — a Hollywood anomaly.
She’s also, of course, known for her bombshell good looks (she posed for Playboy in the ’80s). But earlier this year, she was scrutinized for her appearance at the Oscars — with speculation that she’d gone overboard with plastic surgery.
But we’ll repeat now what we said then, Goldie, we love you just the way you are.
LAS VEGAS, Nov 20 (Reuters) – Enrique Iglesias and Uruguayan singer Jorge Drexler were the big winners at the annual Latin Grammys on Thursday in a ceremony where U.S. immigration politics played a prominent role.
Iglesias won three Latin Grammys, including song of the year, while Drexler and French-Chilean singer Ana Tijoux won record of the year for their song “Universos Paralelos.”
Late Spanish flamenco guitarist Paco de Lucia, whose album “Cancion Andaluza” won album of the year, won two Latin Grammys, the Latin music industry’s top honors. The renowned musician died of a heart attack in February at age 66.
But U.S. politics and President Barack Obama’s new immigration order that could allow about 5 million undocumented immigrants to stay and work in the country was as much the focus as music during the televised ceremony in Las Vegas.
The start of the ceremony was preempted by Obama’s speech announcing a new immigration order, a core issue for U.S. Hispanics.
The audience applauded the conclusion of Obama’s speech, and Iglesias added his perspective while accepting the song of the year award for “Bailando” via video link from Paris.
“Tonight is not only an historic night for all Latino artists, but for all Latinos who live in the United States,” the 39-year-old Spaniard said.
Colombian singer Carlos Vives, who won two awards, concluded his acceptance speech for best contemporary tropical album, “Mas + Corazon Profundo,” by dedicating the award to Obama.
The 15th Latin Grammys, broadcast in the United States on Spanish-language network Univision, was hosted by Mexican actors Jacqueline Bracamontes and Eugenio Derbez. The winners are chosen by voting members of the Latin Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences.
Venezuelan-born singer Mariana Vega won best new artist, and Spanish singer Joan Manuel Serrat, 70, won the person of the year honor given for career contributions.
Eclectic Puerto Rican group Calle 13 also won two awards.
Top-line performances during the show included Ricky Martin performing his song “Adios” and a duet with Mexican band Camila performing the ballad “Perdon.”
U.S.-Mexican guitarist Carlos Santana performed “Oye 2014″ – a remixed version of his band’s hit “Oye Como Va” – with U.S. rapper Pitbull.
Pitbull took the stage again with R&B singer Chris Brown to perform the song “Control” with Puerto Rican reggaeton singer Wisin in a robot-themed rendition. (Additional reporting by Alicia Avila in Los Angeles; Writing by Eric Kelsey; editing by Nick Macfie)