The friend confided to People Magazine:
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We are really getting down to it on The Bachelorette!
JoJo Fletcher took the remaining six guys into the Argentinian countryside last night, and eliminated two of them — so, yes, we are already down to hometown visits next week.
But it's how we got there that has everybody talking…
Instead of a typical schedule, this week had three one-on-one dates in the Argentinian country, and only one group, and no roses were up for grabs on the one-on-ones — just on the group date. Yeah, we know, the ol' switcheroo. But the guys handled it… pretty well… and JoJo handled it flawlessly!
The love-seeking lady picked out Alex for her first one-on-one date, taking him to learn how to be a gaucho — as JoJo put it, a traditional Argentinian cultural role that's halfway between a cowboy and a farmer.
They friend-zoned each other on their car ride to the farm, which was supes awkward, and then discussed trees — yes, trees — as they walked up to their destination, so it was clear Alex was a little awkward.
But he did OK, all in all, and he gave us this priceless horse-spooning TV moment (below):
This is definitely not smooth sailing!
While some athletes and fans are worried about performing in South America due to the Zika virus outbreak, scientists just discovered something even worse in Rio's waters… super bacteria!
According to a CNN interview with lead researcher Renata Picao out Tuesday, his team came across the drug-resistant microorganisms on four beaches, two of which are located right next to where Olympic sailors will be competing next month!
But if that didn't already take the wind out of your sails… Renata claimed the super bacteria is actually caused by Brazil's pollution problem, saying:
Love is love is love is love!
The LGBT community was the target of the worst mass shooting in American history last month, but many people seem to ignore the fact that Pulse Nightclub was celebrating Latin Night when the attack occurred.
That's because the Hamilton star and the Ain't Your Mama singer are teaming up for a new track in honor of the 49 victims of the Orlando tragedy!
Both artists teased Love Make the World Go Round on Monday, and it sounds like the perfect collaboration of Lin's rap and Jen's pop.
Plus, all the proceeds will be benefiting the Hispanic Federation's Proyecto Somos Orlando charity, so you can do some good while listening to the jam once it drops!
Ch-ch-check out a sneak peek of the J.Lo & LMM mashup (below)!!!
Better safe than sorry?
However, we're now hearing that RiRi has decided to pull out of the 2-day concert series over fears of the Zika virus… causing the entire music festival to get cancelled!
Luckily, South American music fans will be getting full refunds for their September 17 and 18 tickets… but we don't think this is a very good sign for the upcoming Olympics in Rio de Janeiro if even our musicians are scared of going down South, let alone our health-conscious athletes!
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Becky G is on her own!
On Friday, the 19-year-old dropped her first-ever Spanish single Sola, and we're obsessed! The hot new track features a reggae sound and an infectious beat as the teen singles only en español!
The empowering single is all about the California native being totally over her man, and living her life sola! They don't call it a romance language for nothing! LOLz!
And if you can't get enough of Becky's Spanish sound, you're in for a treat, Perezcious reader!
The gorgeous gal told Billboard that her upcoming album is a Spanish record, saying:
This is incredible!!
The July issue of Marie Claire Mexico focuses on Ivanka Trump, putting her on their cover (above) and getting right down to the very heart of things with a pointed request about her father, Donald Trump.
The issue contains open letters from musician Ely Guerra and journalist Dolia Estevez, but it's the letter from the editor, Daniela Von Wobeser, that really steals the show.
Coupled with the magazine cover asking Ivanka, "How long will you defend your father?", Von Wobeser's letter cuts right down to it with some very specific questions.
Read the entire thing below: