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Luis Miguel shows off new look and reappears with his girlfriend

Following months of radio silence, Luis Miguel reappeared in Beverly Hills, California. He was accompanied by his girlfriend, the model Mercedes Villador. But what was most striking about Luis Miguel’s reappearance was his new look, styling long hair pulled back in a ponytail. Luis Miguel was very friendly...
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TV Review: “Luis Miguel: The Series” (S2, Episodes 4-6)

A&E senior staff writer Elías Roman recaps and critiques episodes 4-6 of “Luis Miguel: The Series” in the second piece of a three part installation. On April 18, Netflix debuted the first two episodes of season two of “Luis Miguel: The Series,” a hit show chronicling the behind-the-scenes life of Mexican pop icon Luis Miguel. In the second installment of our three-part series of articles, we’ll be recapping episodes four through six of the series while also diving into what worked and what didn’t. Read part one here.
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Diego Boneta on Becoming Luis Miguel

Diego Boneta, the 30-year-old México City native, actor, singer, and overall heartthrob was destined to shine bright as Luis Miguel—the legendary Mexican crooner known to the world as El Sol de México (and the guy who dated Mariah Carey from 1998-2001). When Boneta was only 11 he was chosen out of 40,000 kids to compete in Codigo F.A.M.A, an American Idol-like show for children, thanks to his adorable rendition of LuisMi’s “La Chica del Bikini Azul.” From then on, it was clear that the camera loves Boneta; his talent was overflowing, driving the crowds insane.
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TV Review: “Luis Miguel: The Series” (S2, Episodes 1-3)

After three long years, El sol de Mexico returns to the small screen. The following review contains spoilers for “Luis Miguel: The Series.”. On April 18, Netflix debuted the first two episodes of season two of “Luis Miguel: The Series,” a hit show chronicling the behind-the-scenes life of Mexican pop icon Luis Miguel, with episode three premiering a week later on April 25. In the first of a three-part series of articles, we’ll be recapping the first three episodes of the series while also diving into what worked and what didn’t.
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10 Things You Didn’t Know about Luis Miguel

When it comes to Latin pop music, there is no name bigger than Luis Miguel. For nearly 40 years, Luis has dominated the music industry with his incredible voice and irresistible charm. His talent became evident at a very early age and throughout his career, he has proven time and time again why he deserves to be considered a legend. In recent years, there has been a renewed interest in Luis thanks to the show Luis Miguel: The Series which is a scripted re-telling of his life and journey through the music industry. The show has introduced Luis to a new generation of music lovers, and his legacy is now stronger than ever before. Keep reading to learn 10 things you didn’t know about Luis Miguel.
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Reviving the Sun: Luis Miguel and his relaunch campaign

We all have a first memory of El Sol . Mine, late, corresponds to the year 1985 when he sang "Noi, ragazzi di oggi" at the San Remo Festival, Italy. Luis Miguel then obtained second place in an international competition, showing that the success of his career that began four years ago was no accident.
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Does Luis Miguel Have a Relationship with His Brothers Alejandro and Sergio?

The Netflix series Luis Miguel: The Series, which is now in its second season, has revived the controversial life of the famous singer Luis Miguel. His childhood and youth were full of family conflicts that reached their peak with the death of his father, Luisito Rey, and the disappearance of his mother, Marcela Basteri. Both situations have been explored and will continue to be in the new season of the Netflix series.
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How Diego Boneta Became Luis Miguel for Season 2 of Netflix Series

“We didn't want to rush it,” Diego Boneta, who stars as Luis Miguel and executive produced the series, tells Billboard. “Something that I feel has always been part of the show is the quality and storytelling, and we were not going to compromise that. I’m happy that it’s finally coming out. I’m so proud of the work we did, given the pandemic, given everything.”
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