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Selena QuintanillaLife and legacy continue to be celebrated.
It's hard to believe that the world lost an icon 25 years ago after it was unexpectedly murdered by Yolanda Saldivar, their fan club president, on March 31, 1995 in Corpus Christi, Texas.
Despite the tragedy, Selena continued to influence and influence the music, fashion, and beauty industries. A typical example? In her honor there were two (extremely successful) make-up collections from MAC Cosmetics. In addition, many retailers now carry clothing with their image on t-shirts, jackets, hoodies, accessories and much more.
And now Netflix has released the much-anticipated television show based on the lives of her and her family – Selena: The Series. Although there have been mixed reviews, Suzette QuintanillaExplained the importance of the show.
"I am grateful for this huge platform that we have received on Netflix," said Selena's sister on Instagram earlier this week. "That kind of opportunity DOESN'T HAPPEN IN LATINO often … okay, hardly ever, if you really want to know! Not one season … but two seasons about a Mexican-American family from Texas who scratched their asses and NEVER has given up. "