10:58 AM EDT 04/17/2013
Originally posted 04/10/2013 05:00PM
Jenni Rivera fans will get a final look at the late singing sensation-turned-reality star when her show I Love Jenni returns.
The final season on mun2 will include six episodes shot before Rivera's death in a plane crash in Nuevo Leon, Mexico, on Dec. 9, 2012.
The first episode (Sunday, 9 p.m. ET) will show Rivera co-hosting her radio show, Contacto Directo Con Jenni Rivera, with her sister Rosie as they answer questions from callers about the drama in her life.
Originally posted 02/19/2013 08:55AM
Jenni Rivera's legions of fans will receive an unexpected gift this summer – a memoir from the late singer, which she completed before her tragic death at age 43 in a plane crash in December.
The book, titled Unbreakable, will be published in both English and Spanish in July by Simon & Schuster's Atria Books imprint, the Associated Press reports.
The Mexican American singer's sister, Rosie Rivera, said the memoir captures her sister's indomitable spirit.
Originally posted 12/10/2012 04:00PM
Look back at the career and tumultuous life of the Mexican-American singer, who was killed in a plane crash Dec. 9, at age 43
Originally posted 12/10/2012 09:20AM
While fans far and wide share their sympathy over the death of singer Jenni Rivera, her family members are expressing their grief over the personal loss.
"We are feeling devastated. It's a devastation to the family," the 43-year-old's brother, Pedro Rivera Jr., told E! News outside the Lakewood, Calif., home of the Riveras, while her father, Pedro Rivera Sr. told Telemundo and NBC News that, despite their sadness, the family is grateful for the support Jenni's fans have shown her over the years.
Originally posted 12/09/2012 03:45PM
Singer Jenni Rivera was killed in a plane crash shortly after takeoff early Sunday.
Mexican authorities confirmed Sunday evening that the wreckage of the small plane had been found in Nuevo Leon state, and there were no survivors among the seven people believed to be on board.
The Learjet carrying the 43-year-old performer lost contact with air traffic controllers after it took off from Monterrey, Mexico, at 3:15 a.m. following Rivera's concert there. Contact was lost about 60 miles away, Mexico's transportation ministry said in a statement. It was scheduled to arrive in Toluca, outside Mexico City, before sunrise.
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