Daddy Yankee will perform on the show during a five-episode story arc airing June 1-7. The reggaeton star (real name: Raymond Ayala) will perform songs from his forthcoming album, "Mundial," including his single "Grito Mundial." He will also debut on television another song, "Que Es La Que Hay."
"The story takes place during a raucous party full of young people who are ready to take a break from the scholarly pursuits of high school. We conceived it as a modern urban take on a masquerade ball," the show's executive producer and head writer Bradley P. Bell said in a statement announcing Yankee's participation.
"Daddy Yankee's hypnotic thump is the perfect intoxicating elixir to entice some of the characters into doing things they might not ordinarily do."
Bob Guiney and Rebecca Budig are still best friends despite divorce
"Their parting is mutual, it's just that someone (Budig) had to actually do the filing," the friend says. "Also, they both support themselves so there is no need for one to give money to the other going forward."
Tuc Watkins back at ONE LIFE TO LIVE again
A spokesperson for ONE LIFE TO LIVE confirms that Tuc Watkins will once again be returning to the soap as David — and this time, he'll be on contract!
Wally Kurth voicing Agent Six
Kurth (Justin, DAYS OF OUR LIVES; ex-Ned, GENERAL HOSPITAL) is the voice behind Agent Six in the new Cartoon Network animated series GENERATOR REX, premiering Friday, April 23, at 8:30 p.m. EST
Victoria Rowell encourages students to work hard for what they want
Voorhees College celebrated National Library Week on April 15 with special performance artists The Healing Force, actress and author Victoria Rowell and businessman and educator Stedman Graham. During the session, Rowell spoke on the importance of hard work and pursuing one’s passions. She encouraged students to “read, learn everything you can,” telling them that “if you really want something in life, you have to work really hard.”