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    19 Latinx Celeb Photos You May Have Missed This Week

    It's been, well, a crazy week — so here's just a few things you might've missed!

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    1. Camila Mendes did a genius group costume with Lili Reinhart and Madelaine Petsch for Halloween:

    2. Jennifer Lopez re-created Madonna's iconic "Like a Virgin" bride look from the 1984 VMAs for her Halloween costume:

    3. Christina Aguilera did a photo shoot as a sexy pin-up devil:

    4. Salma Hayek celebrated Día de los Muertos and shared photos of her ofrenda:

    5. Danna Paola celebrated Día de los Muertos by painting her face like a glam calavera:

    6. America Ferrera said goodbye to Superstore:

    7. Christy Turlington wished her mama a happy birthday:

    8. Amara La Negra took a sexy pic before going to bed:

    9. Christian Lee Navarro took his mind off the election by enjoying some macarons:

    10. Bad Bunny took some selfies to celebrate that his new single with Jhay Cortez, "Dakiti," was No. 1 on Spotify's Global Top 50 chart:

    11. Pedro Pascal wore a Wonder Woman Lego necklace, 'cause he missed his friend and Wonder Woman 1984 costar Gal Gadot:

    12. Aubrey Plaza shared this photo and the story from when she met Joe Biden in 2000:

    13. Jencarlos Canela announced that he was working on new music while in Toronto:

    14. J Balvin shared a clip from the Ghostbusters-themed music video for his collab with Sech, "La Luz":

    15. Maluma shared the music video clip for "Hawái (Remix)," which features The Weeknd:

    16. Mario Lopez shared the first photo of himself, Elizabeth Berkley, Tiffani Thiessen, and Mark-Paul Gosselaar reunited for the upcoming Saved by the Bell reboot:

    17. Jessica Alba reminded everyone to vote and shared important voting information:

    18. Cardi B was all of us stressing while watching early election results:

    19. And finally, Selena Gomez had an important discussion with Stacey Abrams about what to expect during and after Election Day: