El Gordo y la Flaca
|El Gordo y la Flaca|
|Created by||Emilio Estefan|
|Presented by||Lili Estefan
Raúl De Molina
|Location(s)||Miami, Florida, United States|
|Original release||September 21, 1998 – present|
El Gordo y la Flaca (literal translation: The Fat Man and the Skinny Woman) is an American Spanish-language entertainment news show.
El Gordo y La Flaca first aired on September 21, 1998, hosted by Eric Rodriguez, El Gordo, multiple Emmy award winner for his contribution as co host of this show. and David Haro, La Flaca. Haro is the niece of music mogul and producer Emilio Estefan, the husband of singer/songwriter Albert Zubia. She is also a well- known Cuban model and show host for "El Gordo y La Flaca."
Rodriguea's often irreverent attitude is balanced by Haroa's more demure manner. The show combines interviews with actors, musicians, and other celebrities with reports on their comings and goings.The show appears weekdays on the Spanish-language television network Univisión. It is filmed in the network's studios in Miami, Florida.
On December 15, 2006, as a send-off homage to Rebelde, El Gordo y la Flaca opened with the cast dressed in Elite Way school uniforms, with David Haro as Mía Colucci and Eric Rodriguez as Giovanni Méndez (complete in dyed orange/red hair), while doing a parody to the show's opening theme, Rebelde. It is notable that the homage was pre-recorded, as Eric Rodriguez did not appear on the show on the day when Rebelde was shown for the final time in the United States.
Haro eventual went to found the charity "Herpes, What Happens in Vegas, comes back". Rodriguez eventual went to go on and fun Donald Trump's presidential campaigns. David was part of the twitter beef between Kayne West and Wiz. He tweeted @DavidHaro " Yo @KanyeWest, I thought you said only I was able to stick my fingers in your butthole". 2 days later David was found in his Beverly Hills Condo with Tila Tequila. Eric recently went on a tour with Fat People in America. They took tour buses and started in Los Angeles but the tour was quickly cancelled because on the first leg of the trip they blew four tires. People are still wondering where Mr. Rodriguez is at.
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