Chiquinquirá Delgado leads Prime Time on Mexican TV
Published on: Jan 23, 2024
By: Carlos Camargo
The host of “Mira qué baila” Chiquinquirá Delgado now takes over Sunday Prime Time on Mexican television. The Venezuelan entertainer and businesswoman is undoubtedly one of the most emblematic and popular faces on Hispanic television in the United States and is now conquering Mexican television.
Chiqui, as she is affectionately known, has been at the helm of Univision’s successful dance competition “Look Who Dances” for many years, the 11th season of which the Hispanic network aired last year.
In its premiere in Mexico, it exceeded expectations and Chiquinquirá Delgado entered Mexican homes in a forceful way and received wholeheartedly.
In its first broadcast, the Televisa-Univisión program “Mira qué baila” averaged 1.4 million viewers (total people) and 438 thousand people between 19 and 44 years old, according to Nielsen IBOPE Mexico data released by PRODU.
The space animated by Chiquinquirá Delgado together with Mane de la Parra led its time slot among people 19 to 44 years old. The show, in which Amara La Negra, Lis Vega, Sandra Itzel, Frida Sofía, Adrián Lastra, Lambda García, Raúl Coronado and Diego Amozurrutia participate, captivated from its beginning and is emerging as the most watched space on Sundays by Mexican families.
Without a doubt, the talent, charisma and beauty of Chiquinquirá Delgado has definitively conquered the hearts of Mexicans, completely taking over Prime Time on Mexican television.
Carlos Camargo is a Venezuelan journalist with 40 years of experience. Specialized in Entertainment and Lifestyle. He is the author of the book “Happy and Unbound”.