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Moet & Chandon "Tiny Tennis" With Roger Federer

Latino reality show lovers had a lot to look forward to at the beginning of this TV season – Juan Pablo, raised in Venezuela, was going to be El Bachelor and Shakira was returning to the popular singing competition, The Voice. But after “Ees Ok” became Juan Pablo’s catch phrase and one too many “her hips don’t lie” jokes, can we really consider this a new beginning for Latinos on television?

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headshotAntonia Cereijido is a senior at Medill, Northwestern University’s School of Journalism. She has interned at Latino USA, Endgame Entertainment, and MiTu Networks. She is also an entertainment blogger for the Huffington Post.