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She’s kicked up her heels with backup dancers, a classy salsa crooner, two bad-boy rappers, assorted A-listers and — until she dragged them into her spotlight — a few nobodies.
The pair have attacked their love lives as they have their careers over the years — with gusto. Lo, a multiplatinum recording artist, actress, mother of two and South Bronx native, has been married — and divorced — three times. Lo met her first husband, Cuban waiter Ojani Noa, at the restaurant where he worked in Miami, where she was filming “Blood and Wine.” Wed in February 1997, they split in January 1998.
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But it wasn’t until 1997 that the world witnessed the extraordinary courage of Ellen De Generes, and that cultural closet door was finally removed.
Ellen bravely paved the way for shows like a reality by helping us raise the money and resources we need to finish shooting and editing this film.
There has been a major shift in the hearts and minds of America over the past four decades.