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Entertainment Watch Thalía Shut Down Latinx Stereotypes in a Sneak Peek at Latin Music Queens

02:45  01 october  2020
02:45  01 october  2020 Source:   eonline.com

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Thalía's Latinx identity doesn't exclusively define her.

The Mexican singer-actress known for hits like "Amor a La Mexicana" and telenovelas such as Marimar is one of three stars in Latin Music Queens, a new Facebook Watch docuseries that offers an honest account of what it's like to seek and achieve success as a Latinx artist in the music industry.

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In an exclusive sneak peek at the Thursday, Sept. 30 episode, Thalía, 49, opens up about how tough it is to be pigeonholed and asked to embody stereotypes of Latinx people. "For some reason, if you are a Latin singer, you need always to have trumpets or bongos. It's, like, such a big stereotype" she says.

Thinking back to her decades in the spotlight, Thalía recalls working with an American photographer that made her uncomfortable. "The photographer came and hand [sic] me two maracas. He said to me, 'Eso! Eso! Eso! Asi, damelo! Damelo! Hot tamale! Hot tamale!'" she said, admitting she wishes she'd walked out of the shoot. "Now, I regret that because I didn't say, ‘Pack everything, we're out of here.'"

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Speaking in Spanish, she continues, "I felt like that wasn't me. It wasn't what I wanted to give to the public." In fact, that learning experience influenced the way she now operates professionally. She adds, "That's why I always control everything that I do, my work, my singing, my business."

In addition to discussing representation of Latinx communities, the docuseries also gives Thalía fans a glimpse at her glamorous private life. She's married to music executive Tommy Mottola, the father of her two children, who is seen whipping up a home-cooked meal for her in the series trailer. Thankfully, she can let her hair down behind closed doors—no maracas necessary.

Latin Music Queens airs every Thursday at 9 p.m. ET on Facebook Watch.

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