Getting in shape for the Imagen Awards with Latinas Bodies in Motion Boot Camp workout

Posted by letstalkshow on August 1, 2010 at 8:45 PM Comments comments (3)

Day 1 down, day 2 today. Alright Jesse, I challenge you to actually help me shed a few pounds and tone up in 3 weeks time.  I’ve been going to the gym for years and I’m a natural born athlete,  so can you deliver on the promises of Boot Camp Fitness? Day 1 was a bit of a challenge, but I’m already in decent shape, so it wasn’t that grueling, how will you challenge me today? BRING IT! LOL. 



I have to admit that I really enjoyed Jesse Estevez’s bootcamp style of training.  I didn’t get bored, which I often do going to the gym, I had friends to work out with, which I never do at the gym and his drill sergeant training was just right for me…not too mean and not too nice.  Jesse actually pushed me hard but in an encouraging way, I like that!  Tonight he’s giving me my nutrition plan personally customized for me.  I think I just may eat my words; this might actually do the trick at whooping my butt into better shape that it already is.   




Posted by Marabina Jaimes on February 21, 2010 at 10:13 AM Comments comments (2)

      Hear the names John Edwards, David Letterman, and Tiger Woods and what do you think?  CHEATERS!  "Awkward and disingenius apology" also comes to mind...

     There is no doubt that the discovery of a cheating partner is a huge blow to a woman's concept of trust, respect, and self-esteem.  And without a doubt, when the cheater comes to his senses and realizes what he's about to lose (or how much money this little faux paux is going to cost him) the road to recovery/apology is awkward, to say the least.  However, when infidelity happens in a family, few consider the long lasting impact infidelity has on the children.

We had a chance to interview charming Clinical Psychologist and Domestic Abuse Counselor, Dr. Ana Nogales on LET'S TALK, and we're sure you'll find this upcoming segment interesting, informative, and empowering.  Besides authoring, "Parents Who Cheat", a book we highly recommend, Dr. Nogales has also penned the play, "Don't Call Me Baby" that opens in March at Josefina Lopez's CASA 101.  Hope to see you at the opening!          

     PLEASE JOIN THE CONVERSATION!  On behalf of my co-hosts, Bel, Dyana, and Kikey, I invite you to talk to us!  LET'S TALK, the show with the Latina POV, wants to hear from you!  Go to LETSTALKSHOW.TV and send us your most outrageous infidelity story (or infidelity apology) for a chance to win a beautiful flower arrangement by Maribel's Garden.



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Still Time To Win a $100 Dollar Gift Basket From L'Oreal

Posted by letstalkshow on September 27, 2009 at 5:43 PM Comments comments (0)

     You have until tomorrow at noon to sign up for our blog, comment on theALMA Awards show and your favorite L'Oreal products (or the ones you'vesee on TV) and WIN a gift basket of L'Oreal Products worth $100.


     DO IT TODAY.  WINNERS WILL BE ANNOUNCED ON Wednesday, September 23rd.


Click on the COMMENTS link below and answer the 2 questions:


1.  What is your favorite L'Oreal Paris product and why?  (Or Which one would you like to try?)


2.  What was your favorite celeb's look at the 2009 Alma Awards?


     4 lucky winners will be selected to win some of L'oreal Paris' fabulous hair and beauty products!


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Let The Conversation Begin!

Posted by letstalkshow on September 27, 2009 at 5:15 PM Comments comments (0)

Thanks for joining the Ladies from Let's Talk! 


We want to talk to YOU!


We hope you enjoy Let's Talk!, our internet talk show.  What you haven't seen it?  Well take a look at our promo here: Let's Talk Promo



This is just our promo, but check out all episodes on  We welcome your comments on anything you heard or saw on the show. Suggest a topic, give us a thumbs up, or down, or just plain give us a piece of your mind.


Bel Hernandez

Executive Producer

Let's Talk!

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Let's Talk!

Because It's about Time!!!

Because Oprah Hasn't done it.  

Cristina did it in Spanish.

Tyra didn't even think of doing it  

&  The View? Whose View?

There wasn't a Latina perspective anywhere on daytime TV talk shows  --- we we decided we would just have to do it ourselves. Although we started on the web, this year we premiered a 9 episode season on KJLA local broadcast station in L.A.

Check out our promo and get hooked!!

You can also check out excerpts of our TV show right here as well as our early web shows.  We were on the web first, premiered on TV this year and next year we go national....but we need your help!  

Share our shows with your friends, tweet about it, call your local station and tell them you want our show..

Also if you have ideas for topics, guests, or any "Chisme" (gossip) share it and we will do our best to include in the show.  Use the feedback link to talk to us -- come on, "Let's Talk!

Please help us spread the news about the the first, the original and only English-language talk show with a Latina perspective on TV!

Check out excerpts from our TV Talk show here...and scroll down for our early web shows.

Meet the Ladies From Let's Talk!

“Let's Talk!” With a Latina POV Premieres on TV

A Talk Show Like No Other - Premiere May 12th at 7:30 am on KJLA

Los Angeles, CA – Let’s Talk!, produced by Latin Heat Media makes its broadcast premiere on Thursday, May 12th, 2011 on KJLA. The ground breaking daytime talk show scheduled to air weekly Thursday mornings at its 7:30 AM time slot, gives its audience a fresh, new perspective on universal topics that everyone can relate to.

The English-language talk show featuring four dynamic and opinionated Latinas including Emmy-award winning journalist Naibe Reynoso joins the TV team of hosts; actress-comedienne Dyana Ortelli (Curb Your Enthusiasm); Bel Hernandez, Publisher of Latin Heat, a print and online magazine; and actress and Y-Generation/Green Gal Kikey Castillo is sure to get viewers going first thing in the morning as they prepare to take on the world.

Let’s Talk! has what no other network television talk show has, the English speaking Latina perspective in daytime talk. With the U.S. Latina consumer market at more than 23 million strong and a spending power of $479 billion dollars (Hispanic ventures 2010), it is unclear why this very important consumer group continues to be ignored.

Let’s Talk! television launch will kick-off with a private VIP celebration on May 11th, 2011 at an undisclosed location. Guests will include Let’s Talk! hosts, previous show guests, celebrity friends and sponsors. “We are thrilled to bring our show to the small screen and very excited to celebrate this achievement with everyone that has worked so hard on this project and share this experience with all our friends and supporters,” said Bel Hernandez, Executive Producer of Let’s Talk!.

The Let’s Talk! TV talk show is a celebrity driven talk-fest featuring some of Hollywood’s hottest talent. The Let’s Talk! broadcast premiere episode will feature actor Benito Martinez (The Shield) who shares his career achievements, current and upcoming ...


Los Angeles, CA - On Thursday, November 4, 2010, at the Westin Bonaventure Hotel, MALDEF hosted the 2010 Los Angeles Awards Gala to pay tribute to the work and achievements of three pioneering individuals for their service and contributions to our community through their lifetime commitment to public service, civil rights and Latin American music respectively. Award winning actress, entertainment journalist and co-host of Let’s Talk!, Kikey Castillo served as the mistress of ceremonies presiding over the evening’s festivities......(Read More)

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