From Telemundo to Univision: Chiquibaby reunites with Despierta América family

Chiquibaby reminisces about her TV journey, views Telemundo exit as an opportunity, and hints at an upcoming project on Despierta América.

Karla Martínez, Francisca, and Jomari Goyso were in the Despierta América room to welcome Chiquibaby, former host of Telemundo’s morning show, “Hoy Día.” With Karla, Chiquibaby recalled that her beginnings in television were in the Univision program, where she was a correspondent. Martinez told her that it was nice for them to see them return to “their home.”

Stephanie Himonidis said she was moved. She even felt like crying because of all the memories she had when she was on her way to Despierta America in the morning.

In the morning show, Chiquibaby talked about her dismissal at Telemundo last November, and at no time did she speak negatively about this situation. On the contrary, when she referred to this challenging moment, she did it, calling it an “opportunity.” Something that Karla Martinez did not let go unnoticed and also applauded because it is the way we face difficulties that sets the tone for what is to come.

Her departure from “Hoy Día” allowed her to travel with her family and see her daughter Capri’s growth more closely. The radio announcer and television host emphasized that she continues to work in voice-over but assured that she would soon return to Despierta América to discuss her new project.

Chiquibaby also introduced little Capri Blu to Univision’s television screens before she participated in the “Sin Rollo” section.

Despierta America’s audience was pleased to see the charismatic Chiquibaby back on the small screen. Her absence has been felt in the Hispanic market, as her on-screen personality is charismatic and blessed with her angel.

Many others talk about how, over the years, television networks have shared talents. However, while this bothers some, it delights others. Some believe that Stephanie’s new project could be linked to Univision’s screens, hence her appearance on the network’s morning show, the most successful in its time slot.