Most people may know Jackie Guerrido as Univision's weathergirl or Don Omar's ex-wife, but the Puerto Rican host is also adding businesswoman to her resume after launching a denim line, Jackie Guerrido Jeans. Well, at least it wasn't your typical celebrity perfume type of deal!
Here are 5 other fun facts you may not know about Guerrido below:
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She was born in Puerto Rico and later moved to the Bronx, NY.
Guerrido was born in San Juan and later moved to the Bronx, NY after graduating from high school. She later received her journalism degree from the University of Florida and studied meteorology at the University of Miami.
She auditioned for J.Lo's role in Selena.
Before she landed her gig on Univision, Guerrido was one of the thousands of hopefuls who auditioned for the lead role in the 1997 bio-flick, Selena, honoring the late Tejano singer who was murdered by her assistant, Yolanda Saldivar. Guerrido started hosting for the Miami-based radio station WRMA after the role was offered to J.Lo.
Her first kiss was in the 8th grade.
During an interview on Despierta America, the Puerto Rican host revealed that her first kiss was in middle school, but she also added that it was just an innocent kiss for all those mal pensados.
She's a single mother.
Guerrido doesn't look a day over 30 years old, but believe it or not she is the mother of two teenagers, Thomas and Adieny. During her morning show gig, Guerrido has admitted to being very family-oriented and loving to cook traditional Puerto Rican meals. What's one of her specialties? Arroz con gandules (Rice and chick peas).
She doesn't resent her ex-husband, Don Omar.
Guerrido and the "Ella y Yo" reggaetonero may have been named couple of the year in 2007, but their marriage spiraled into a drama-intense divorce complete with an infamous Twitter battle. Now the Puerto Rican host tells TV Notas that she doesn't hold a grudge against her ex, "If you fell in love with a person it was for a reason, so I always think of my former relationships in a positive light."