The star, who is of Puerto Rican and Ecuadorian descent, has yet to release any solo albums since her stints in girl bands 3LW and The Cheetah Girls, but she is aiming to have achieved her Latin music dreams within the next 10 years.

Bailon is also hoping to make her mark on the fashion and beauty industries in the near future.

Discussing where she sees herself in a decade on her U.S. talk show The Real, she says, "I would like to maybe be recording albums in Spanish, I would like to have a clothing line, I would like to have a make-up line, because I really like make-up, but of all those things, I'd like to be really happy."

And the newly-single 31 year old is hoping to find love again following her split from fiance Lenny Santiago.

She adds, "I would really like to be married, have kids..."

Bailon went public with her break-up from Roc Nation music executive Santiago in early September (15), just seven months after announcing their engagement. The former couple had been together for six years before the proposal.