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|Does||Has two daughters: María Elena from the first husband and Carlota Valentina from the second husband.|
Who is Chiquinquira Delgado?
María Chiquinquirá Delgado Díaz was born in Maracaibo, Venezuela on August 17, 1972. Her zodiac sign is Leo and she is a Venezuelan national. She is a modelactress and television host, who is perhaps best known for hosting Univision’s morning show “¡Despierta América!”, as well as co-hosting the Spanish-language American reality television show “Mira Quién Baila!”
Early life and education
Chiquinquirá was named after the Marian title of the Blessed Virgin Mary – Virgen de Chiquinquirá, and was raised by her devout Roman Catholic parents in Maracaibo, but not much is known about them, as Chiquinquirá respects their lives private; it is believed that his father was a taxi driver and his mother was a high school teacher.
Because she did not mention having any siblings, most Chiquinquirá fans believe she is an only girl.
She grew up be interested in modeling, and was physically very active while attending a local high school, believing that playing sports would help shape her figure; Chiquinquirá ran track and played both volleyball and soccer.
She enrolled in 1990 and the same year she entered the Miss Venezuela beauty pageant, finishing second; Chiquinquirá has not spoken about her higher education and it is believed that she did not attend university.
TV host career
After signing up, Chiquinquirá spent an entire decade focusing on her modeling career, then ventured into television hosting in 2003, becoming co-host of the game show “Mega Match.”
It was also hosted by Samir Bazzi and follows students as they try to win cash prizes with the help of TV stars.
Chiquinquirá hosted the 2005 television news “Portada’s”, and in the same year she was a judge in the reality show “Miss Venezuela”.
Between 2002 and 2009, she hosted and participated in the action-adventure family show “Guerra de los Sexos”, which starred Viviana Gibelli, Daniel Sarcos and Ricardo Pena. It follows two teams of three men and three women, all of whom are famous actors and singers, as they compete in various fields to determine which gender is better.
Between 2004 and 2013, she co-hosted the talk show “¡Despierta América!” », which is currently hosted by Addis Tunon and Oscar A. Diaz; it won a 2019 Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Spanish-Language Morning Show, while it was nominated for five other awards.
Meanwhile, Chiquinquirá also hosted the 2010 game show “Mira Quien Baila” and was the presenter of the 2011 TV special “The 12th Annual Latin Grammy Awards”.
Chiquinquirá’s most recent works have hosted the show “Balón de Oro de Liga MX 2017”, the music special “Premio Lo Nuestro 2018” and the family special “Feliz 2020 (Univision)”.
Chiquinquirá launched her acting career with her portrayal of the title character, Margarita Luisa Volcan in the 1999 romantic series “Calypso”, created by Cesar Miguel Rondon, and which also starred Luis Fernandez and Felix Loreto. It follows the life of Maria Margarita who has been crowned “The Queen” of her island Calypso, and who has fallen in love with a man she has just saved from drowning.
The following year, Chiquinquirá played the role of Eva Amador in the romantic comedy series “María Rosa, Búscame Una Esposa”, created by Dago Garcia and Luis Felipe Salamanca, and which also starred Gianella Neyra and Marcelo Cezan. The series follows a businessman who has no time to date, but has now asked his secretary Maria Rosa to find him a suitable bride, unaware that Maria is in love with him.
Some of Chiquinquirá’s next roles were in three episodes of the 2002 series “Mambo y Canela”, a starring role in all 271 episodes of the romantic series “Cosita Rica” in 2003 and 2004, and the action thriller of 2011 “Pimp Bullies”. She made an appearance in the 2012 episode “Kidnapped by Danger” of the hit comedy series “30 Rock”, and the same year saw her star as Sofia in the drama film “Cuento Sin Hadas”.
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In 2019, Chiquinquirá played Cristina in the drama series “Por Amar Sin Ley”, which stars David Zepeda, Jose Maria Torre and Julian Gil, and follows both the professional and private lives of successful Mexican lawyers; the series was nominated for 12 awards.
Two of Chiquinquirá’s most recent roles have been in three episodes of the 2019 crime mystery series “High Seas”, and the pilot episode of the 2021 reality show “Mira Quien Baila Univision All Stars”.
Presence on social networks
Chiquinquirá is an Instagram star with over five million followers, while she has uploaded over 4,000 photos, most of which were taken during her daily life.
She launched her Twitter account in July 2010, and it is now followed by more than two million people, while she has tweeted nearly 10,000 times, mostly her opinions on various topics.
She is also a Facebook star, as her page is now followed by more than two million fans, while Chiquinquirá uploads content on Facebook similar to that on her Instagram account.
Chiquinquirá is now followed by nearly 100,000 people on TikTok and has amassed nearly 300,000 likes from all of her videos combined.
love life and husband
Chiquinquirá has been married twice. She exchanged vows with her first husband Guillermo Davila in 1991, when she was 19; Guillermo is a popular Venezuelan actor and singer, who has appeared in numerous telenovelas. On May 3, 1992, Chiquinquirá gave birth to their daughter Marielena Davila, who today is a popular singer and actress; Chiquinquirá and Guillermo divorced in 1999, without publicly revealing the reasons.
She married her second husband, Daniel Sarcos in 2004, at a private ceremony attended only by their closest friends and family members. Daniel is a Venezuelan actor and comedian, and he and Chiquinquirá have a daughter together, but divorced in 2010, again without giving reasons.
Since 2011, Chiquinquirá has been in a relationship with Mexican-American journalist and author Jorge Gilberto Ramos Avalos.
As of April 2022, Chiquinquirá has had a long term relationship with Jorge Ramos, has a daughter with her first husband Guillermo Davila and another daughter with her second husband Daniel Sarcos.
Hobbies and other interests
Chiquinquirá is still physically very active and has four to five gym workouts each week, hence her slim figure.
She also enjoys a variety of sports, including skiing, snowboarding and volleyball.
Perhaps Chiquinquirá’s main hobby is travelling, and her career has taken her all over the world, while her dream travel destination appears to be Los Angeles, California, USA.
She is a fashionista, she tries to keep up with all the latest fashion trends, just like a shopaholic, because she goes shopping for clothes at least once a week.
She is an animal lover, cats being her favourite.
Chiquinquirá enjoys watching Hollywood movies in his free time, and his favorite actors and actresses are Leonardo DiCaprio and Julia Roberts, while a few of his favorite films include “The Runaway Bride”, “Notting Hill” and “Titanic”.
Age, height and net worth
Chiquinquirá’s age is 49. She has long brown hair and brown eyes, her height is 5 feet 7 inches (1.7 m) and she weighs around 120 pounds (60 kg).
As of April 2022, his net worth is estimated at over $1 million.
|Full name||Chiquinquira Delgado|
|Job||Actor, Model, Presenter|
|Children||Maria Elena Davila, Carlota Valentina Sarcos Delgado|
|Parents||Antonio Delgado, Deborah Diaz|
|Partner||Jorge Ramos Jorge Ramos|
|Applications||TVyNovelas Award: Audience Favorites for Best Host|
|TV shows||Giant Saturday, Look Who’s Dancing, Wake Up America!, Nuestra Belleza Latina|
|1||Has two daughters: María Elena from the first husband and Carlota Valentina from the second husband.|
|2||She and her second husband, Daniel Sarcos, separated after 7 years of marriage [November 11, 2010].|
|HitStreak||2013||Short TV series||Isabella (2013)|
|30 Rock||2012||TV series||Telemundo anchor|
|costa rica||2003||TV series||Victoria “Vicky” Cardenas|
|mambo and cinnamon||2002||TV series|
|María Rosa, find me a woman||2000||TV series||eva amador|
|Calypso||1999||TV series||Volcano Margarita Luisa ‘La Grande’|
|TV time||1996||TV series||Show host|
|Wake up America!||2004-2013||TV series||Herself – Co-host|
|The 12th Annual Latin Grammy Awards||2011||TV special||Herself – Presenter|
|Look who’s dancing||2010||TV series||Herself – Host|