Angie Gomez was raised in the unique mining town of Superior, Arizona and is a 1996 graduate of Ray High School in nearby Kearny, Arizona. Angie grew up listening to and was influenced by the sounds of Whitney Houston, Carlos Santana, Gloria Estefan, Mariah Carey, and Madonna.
Angie now lives in Mesa, Arizona and makes her livelihood by entertaining people as the “Midday Diva” ( 9 AM- 2:00 PM) on Phoenix’s original “Old School” radio station MEGA 104.3 FM, and as the lead vocalist for the very popular music group “Power Drive”.
Angie is now working on writing and recording her own music and also on a personal line of jewelry, both to be released in the near future.
Stay tuned to Angie Gomez.com for updates on MEGA 104.3 events, Power Drive Gigs, Angie’s Music and Angel Jewels.
The 40-year-old "Modern Family" star channels famed comedian Lucille Ball in a new photo posted to her WhoSay page. Vergara is virtually unrecognizable as she recreates a classic Ball look. She has on a curly red wig and polka-dot dress as she hams it up, posing with her mouth slightly open as if she's about to yell, "Ricky!" Her makeup is also spot on, including the over arched eyebrows, and she is wearing a pearl necklace and earrings. Yes that picture is Sophia!
With her first new album in four years on the horizon, Pink is set to make a huge comeback this year, especially now that she has landed her first-ever beauty contract!
"Guess who's the new COVERGIRL!!!!!!!!!!!" the singer, who gave birth to daughter Willow 14 months ago, tweeted Monday.
The "Blow Me (One Last Kiss)" singer is the latest star to join CoverGirl's roster of A-list celebrity spokeswomen, which includes Queen Latifah, Drew Barrymore, Ellen DeGeneres, Taylor Swift and Sofia Vergara.
She may be known as the Black Swan, but Natalie Portman looked more like the white queen when the tied the knot with ballet dancer Benjamin Millepied in California's Big Sur August 4.
Portman has been a fan of Rodarte for years, wearing the label at high-profile events like the 83rd Annual Academy Awards and the 20120 Venice Film Festival; The Harvard University graduate even interviewed the Mulleavy sisters for Interview magazine in 2008. Rodarte also designed Portman's iconic tutu for Black Swan. Other A-list fans of the brand include Kirsten Dunst, 30, EmmaWatson, 22, First Lady MichelleObama, 48, CateBlanchett, 43, and KeiraKnightley, 27.
The actress and singer showed off her fab figure over the weekend, posting a photo of herself in a string bikini on Twitter. In the picture, Jada — who will be 41 in September — is standing knee-deep in water, showing off her toned stomach and sculpted arms in a Missoni two-piece suit.
"To my Forty and over crew! Don't believe the hype…We DO get better with age!" she wrote to her nearly 240,000 Twitter followers.
Jada, who has been married to Will Smith since 1997, recently revealed her diet secret. "I don't eat for pleasure," she told Essence. "I probably had the only West Indian grandmother that could not cook [laughs]. She was an awful cook, and she taught me that you don't eat for taste, you eat for nourishment. And I have kept that over the years, so I can eat anything that's healthy. I eat for my schedule so I have to eat high-protein, lots of greens and healthy carbs so that I don't fall flat on my face."
As far as exercise, Jada has said she's been active her entire life, starting with horseback-riding lessons and dance classes as a girl. "Sitting at home on a Saturday or Sunday was never an option," she told Shape. These days, she works out five times a week — her favorite activities include boxing, martial arts, and yoga — and she and her husband make it a family affair, involving their kids, Trey, 19 (from Will's previous marriage), Jaden, 14, and Willow, 11. "They love to go to the gym with Will and me, but surfing and snowboarding is what we do together as a family for fun."
Oprah Winfrey is embracing her hair "in its natural state" on the cover of O, The Oprah Magazine's September makeover issue.
The 58-year-old TV titan admits she once came close to chopping her hair off, but a famous friend helped talk her out of making a major mistake. "I wanted to wear it close-cropped a la Camille Cosby but her husband, Bill, convinced me otherwise. 'Don't do it,' he said. 'You've got the wrong head shape and you'll disappoint yourself.' I took his advice."
A makeover can change everything, according to Winfrey. "I even notice a change in my dogs when they get their summer cuts: they're friskier and livelier, feeling more themselves once the weight of the hair is released."
Still, Winfrey warns that the only makeovers that matter are "those in which something insider the receiver clicks, aligning with that which is being received. The only real way to transformation is through the mind."
In the same magazine, Winfrey promises to help readers transform their luck, habits, stress level, friendships, health, style and attitude -- and have fun doing it! The September issue of O, The Oprah Magazine is on stands August 7.