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LIVING LA VIDA LOCA by Belinda Jones (Hodder pounds 6.
The Chefs - Jean-Christophe Novelli, Aldo Zilli, Paul Rankin and Ross Burden - had the studio audience in stitches as they danced to Living La Vida Loca.
Yvonne McBride, an adviser in Belfast, was pushed the company's credit card to Ricky Martin's Living La Vida Loca with Halifax-based IT expert Matt Thornfield completing the trio of advertisements to the tune of The Baha Men's number one smash Who Let the Dogs Out.
Living La Vida Loca is the lively Salsa single from this Glen Medeiros for the Millennium, but there's a good smattering of ballads (including a Madonna duet) and up-tempo numbers to appeal to the likes of George Michael and Boyzone fans.
Meanwhile, the album whose many creative collaborations prompted Rolling Stone to praise Santana's "star-studded shot at living la vida loca," has plenty more to offer: "Put Your Lights On," featuring Everlast, has moved into the top 20 on Billboard's Mainstream and Active Rock chart, and is No.
A: Living La Vida Loca B: Living Doll C: Living On A Prayer Send your answer, with your name, address and daytime phone number, to BON JOVI, The Ticket, Daily Mirror, PO Box 7293, London E14 5DQ to arrive by February 2, 2006.
Byline: Jeremy Bagott Staff Writer Drake Diamond has been living la vida loca since his company's creation - a giant, dancing, air-filled humanoid - went on the Grammys with Latin singing sensation Ricky Martin.
1 with summer anthem Living La Vida Loca, blamed his father for the rift, saying he was a control freak who could not cope with his son's success.