Only True Selena Fans Can Get 10/10 On This Quiz

Only True Selena Fans Can Get 10/10 On This Quiz

We’ll see if you’re worthy to be a disciple of the Queen of Tex-Mex.

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    The boy in apartment 512 is the one who made Selena’s heart jump.

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    Selena Quintanilla-Duarte

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    “Amor prohibido murmuran por las calles
    Porque somos de distintas sociedades.”

    “Forbidden love murmurs in the streets,
    because we are from different worlds.”

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    Selena y Los Dinos aka. Selena and the Guys!

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    David Byrne from the Talking Heads wrote and recorded the song “God’s Child” with Selena.

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    Yes, A.B. Quintanilla founded the Kumbia Kings. You might recognize them from their song “Na Na Na (Dulce Niña).”

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    Selena, released in 1989.

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    “They give you lots of tickles.”

    You’ll “fall down after you get tripped up.”

    “They carry you out of the party on a stretcher.”

    You “don’t move from your chair.”

    “Look at Maria, she never moves from her chair. That’s what always happens when she eats a lot of tortillas!”

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    Sueño de amor (Dream of Love)

    Corazón salvaje (Savage Heart)

    Dos mujeres, un camino (Two Women, One Path)

    Selena had a small role on Two Women, One Path.

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If you hear Selena at a party, you’re the first person to stand up and dance, but that’s as far as your fandom goes.

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You know every detail of Selena’s life. You even dance to those obscure songs that nobody else knows.

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This post was translated from Spanish.


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Gilbert Baker, Creator Of The Iconic Rainbow Flag, Has Died

Gilbert Baker, the man who created the rainbow flag — an iconic symbol of the gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender movement — died Thursday. He was 65.

Baker’s death was announced on Twitter by activist and author Cleve Jones, who called him his “dearest friend in the world.”

“Gilbert gave the world the Rainbow Flag; he gave me forty years of love and friendship. I can’t stop crying. I love you forever Gilbert Baker,” Jones wrote on Facebook.

Baker was born in Kansas in 1951 and served in the US Army from 1970-72 stationed in San Francisco. After he was honorably discharged, he stayed in San Francisco and taught himself to sew. During the beginning of the gay liberation movement, Baker was tasked by friend Harvey Milk with making banners for gay and anti-war street protests.

Milk rode under the first rainbow flags that Baker made on June 25, 1978, at the San Francisco Gay Freedom Day Parade. That same year, Milk was elected to office, but assassinated a short time later.

On his website, Baker credited Milk with “inspiring his work with the message of hope.” He recreated the banners and flags for the Oscar-nominated film Milk, which starred Sean Penn, Josh Brolin, and Emile Hirsch.

Baker continued his designs and worked for the Paramount Flag Company in San Francisco, creating flamboyant window displays. His clients included then-Mayor Dianne Feinstein, the presidents of France, Venezuela, and the Philippines, as well as the King of Spain, according to his website.

He later moved to New York City and created a mile-long rainbow flag for the 25th anniversary of the Stonewall Riots of 1969.

The GLBT Historical Society asked that rainbow flags around the world be lowered to half mast in Baker’s memory.

Meanwhile, tributes to Baker flooded social media thanking him for his contributions.

Claudia Rosenbaum is an entertainment reporter for BuzzFeed News and is based in Los Angeles.

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