Aracely Arambula To Host "MasterChef Latino" The Prestigious Cooking Competition To Air Sundays On Telemundo
October 17, 2017 - Telemundo announced that multi-talented Mexican actress and singer, Aracely Arámbula, will host the first season of “MasterChef Latino,” the hit culinary competition show slated to premiere Sundays on Telemundo in 2018.
Kicking off production this week in Miami, Telemundo’s “MasterChef Latino” will be the first time the format comes to U.S. Hispanic television. A group of unknown cooking amateurs will compete in front of three experienced culinary chefs who will serve as judges in the search of the nation’s first “MasterChef Latino.”
Arámbula brings to the show an extraordinary career that includes successful telenovelas, series, music recordings and hosting prominent television specials. The Mexican actress and singer has starred in multiple Telemundo hit productions including "La Patrona,” "Los Miserables" and most recently, "La Doña,” in addition to serving as host of the network’s "Premios Tu Mundo" in 2016. “MasterChef Latino" represents the first time she participates in a reality program outside of Mexico. Arámbula, who is the mother of two children, began her career in beauty pageants in Chihuahua, Mexico. When she moved to Mexico City, she got her first acting role in “Cañaveral de Pasiones,” followed by “El Alma no tiene Color,” “Soñadoras” and “Alma Rebelde.” Her first antagonistic role was on "Rencor Apasionado" and first lead role was on “Abrázame muy Fuerte” and “Las Vías del Amor,” where she also sang the theme song.
Viewers can find more on “MasterChef Latino” through the social media accounts on: Instagram, Facebook and Twitter: @MCLatinoTV.
"MasterChef Latino" is a production of Endemol Shine Latino for Telemundo.