Michael and his first wife, Juanita Vanoy, split in 2006 after 17 years of marriage. Two years later, he met his second wife, Cuban model and Miami native Yvette Prieto. According to People, the couple met in a Miami nightclub, where Michael was apparently smitten. After three years of dating, Michael popped the question in December during the holidays, and in April 2013, he and Yvette tied the knot in front of 300 guests at Bethesda-by-the-Sea in Palm Beach, FL.
You don’t have to enjoy basketball to enjoy The Last Dance. ESPN’s 10-part documentary revolves around basketball legend Michael Jordan and the 1997 to 1998 Chicago Bulls season, offering an intimate look into MJ’s impressive career. Unfortunately, if you’re looking to learn more about his personal life, you might be disappointed. Michael didn’t meet his wife of seven years, Yvette Prieto, until 2008, which was a decade after Michael led the Bulls to six NBA championships and then retired from the team. It may not be the focus of The Last Dance, but the story of how Michael and Yvette met is definitely worth knowing.
Seven months after walking down the aisle, the newlyweds announced that they were expecting, and less than three months later, Yvette gave birth to identical twin daughters, whom they named Victoria and Ysabel. Since then, the notoriously private couple has spent very little time in the public eye, and they never even speak about their relationship or each other with the press. However, on the rare occasions that they do step out together, they always look sweet as heck. Here’s hoping they keep on enjoying their privacy and making each other happy.
Residente’s Intimate New Music Video Stars 113 Couples From Around the World
He did it again. Residente released a new song and music video to get us deep in our feelings. “Antes Que El Mundo Se Acabe” (“Before the World Ends”) talks about love in social distancing times. “When will we go out again? No one knows,” he sings, before adding, “We better kiss before the world ends.”
The single is full of beautiful metaphors that show Residente’s romantic side. “With your lips I listen to the waves of the ocean, and my feet fill with sand from quarantine,” he raps. He continues to say that the biggest pandemic in the world won’t make him keep a distance from his love, and even if they’re physically apart, the light coming in through the window in the afternoon will unite them.
The music video features 113 couples from all walks of life, backgrounds, ages, orientations, religions, and genders representing 80 countries around the world – as well as kissing and embracing each other in very intimate moments that make for the most heartwarming 7 minutes and 40 seconds of your life.
It starts with Residente and his girlfriend Kasia Marciniak, and includes surprise appearances by Bad Bunny and Gabriela Berlingeri, NBA player J.J. Barea and Viviana Ortiz, Links”>Ben Affleck and Ana de Armas, Ricky Martin and Jwan Yosef, Zoe Saldana and Marco Perego, Lionel Messi and Antonella Roccuzzo, Canelo Álvarez and Fernanda Gómez, Evaluna Montaner and Camilo, and many more who sent Residente their home videos, which he edited into the final piece.
The video is a visual representation that love has no boundaries or limits, and it will be what we’ll need most when the world starts opening up again.