Cuban-American journalist Cristina Saralegui who is often referred to as "The Spanish Oprah"—dedicated more than twenty years of her life entertaining and informing millions of Spanish-speaking households in the United States. Nowadays, it has been recently reported that Cristina has moved forward in life and wants to surround herself with new ventures.
In her entire career, she hosted two talk shows that captured, every week, the interest of millions of viewers—the most recent one being “Pa’lante con Cristina” (Moving Forward With Cristina), which only aired for a year (2011-2012) on Telemundo. Her first talk show was “El Show de Cristina” (The Cristina Show), which aired on Univision from 1989-2010; this television production was very successful—it showcased many famous actors, actresses and singers. A couple of years after its premiere, the show began to be broadcasted in several territories, such as Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico, Spain, and in a couple of other countries around the globe.
Mrs. Saralegui has decided to sell the studio where “El Show de Cristina” was filmed in—for $15 million USD. That’s right; anybody with that amount of cash lying around their house can purchase the three-floored building of 37,500 square feet—located in Miami, Florida.
Currently, the 65-year-old blonde is too busy discovering a new phase in her life—being a grandmother...and nothing else.