Daisy Fuentes

Daisy Fuentes(born November 17, 1966) is a Cuban -born American television host and model .Daisy Fuentes broke barriers as MTV 's first Latina VJ (signed to MTV and MTV Latin America simultaneously), and as Revlon 's first Latina spokesperson to be signed to a worldwide contract.

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 Daisy Fuentes's Early life

An aspiring hairstylist , she enrolled in cosmetology school with dreams of opening her own salon.While studying communications at Bergen Community College , she was hired as the weather-girl for WNJU -TV, the Telemundo New York affiliate station. Shortly after, she moved on to New York's Univision affiliate where she became the weather anchor and reporter for the evening news.

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 Daisy Fuentes's Career

, among other correspondent gigs. With MTV she achieved name recognition as one of that network's more popular hosts and soon was courted by companies to be a spokesmodel .She later landed a role on the ABC soap operaLoving. Fuentes appeared on shows such asDream On,The Larry Sanders Show, andCybill. From 1994 to 1995 she hosted her own talk show,Daisy, on CNBC . She was the co-host ofAmerica's Funniest Home Videos, along with John Fugelsang , from 1998 to 1999. She hosted theALMA Award,Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve, the 1998World Music Awards, the 1999 Billboard Latin Awards, and the Miss Teen USA , Miss USA , and Miss Universe pageants. She guest-starred in the TV seriesQueen of Swordsepisode "Running Wild" in 2000. Also in 2000, she starred opposite Steve Borden (professional wrestler 'Sting') in the made-for-TV movieShutterspeed.

Fuentes has hosted numerous TV shows and specials.

A brunette woman wearing a strapless red dress poses on the end of a fashion runway
Fuentes modelling in the 2009 Heart Truth show

Daisy Fuentes Pilates, was released in August 2009.

judge, Randy Jackson , and Sophia Loren , for a women’s Latina-driven collection of prescription glasses .

on Telemundo ,the Spanish version of the showThe Voicewith kids and judges Paulina Rubio , Prince Royce , and Roberto Tapia .

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 Daisy Fuentes's Philanthropy

In 2007, Fuentes worked for Girls On the Run, a non-profit prevention program that encouraged preteen girls to develop self-respect and healthy lifestyles through running.

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 Daisy Fuentes's Personal life

She has one sister, Rosana Fuentes Brijbag (born June 25, 1971), who lives in Miami with her family.

She went on to date singer/songwriter Matt Goss . He moved into her Hollywood Hills home, and they were engaged in 2003 but did not marry.

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  15. Miller, Michael (May 5, 2015). "Daisy Fuentes Knows What Men Want: Comfort and Confidence!". People.
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