Gigi Graciette

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Gigi Graciette (born May 5, 1961) is a television and radio personality in the United States and Mexico. She is a news reporter for FOX 11 News and Good Day LA in Los Angeles and the host of Ella Es….Gigi Graciette a syndicated radio show on the Radiovisa Network.

Graciette was born and raised in California. At age 12, her first editorial was published in La Opinion, a Los Angeles daily Spanish language newspaper.

Her television career began at Telemundo, where she was a feature and entertainment reporter for two national shows. She went on to produce and host her own television specials, such as The Hispanic Family of the Year.

Graciette later moved to the competing network, Univision, where she became the Los Angeles Bureau Chief and a reporter for Sábado Gigante, one of the network's highest-rated programs.

In 1995, Graciette returned to Telemundo where she was the co-creator, executive producer and on-camera host alongside Antonio Farré of the daily talk show El y Ella. The show was seen in over 15 countries and became the highest-rated afternoon show for the network. Both hosts were replaced by Sofia Webber and Guillermo Quintanilla in 1998.

Graciette later worked for Televisa in Mexico City, where she solo anchored three one-hour newscasts a day for Televisa's cable news network "ECO," seen in over thirty countries. She also created and executive produced a daily political program called Eco Expediente and hosted her own radio show for Televisa Radio.

Graciette is fluent in three languages, English, Spanish and Portuguese.

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