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Michelle Galván Joins “Primer Impacto” as Co-Anchor

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Univision’s award-winning newsmagazine “Primer Impacto” (First Impact) welcomes a new co-host: Michelle Galván will join Pamela Silva Conde at the anchor desk of the top-rated program beginning Monday, March 13, 2017. “Primer Impacto” airs Monday through Friday at 5:00 p.m. ET/PT, 4:00 p.m. CT on Univision Network.

Galván comes to “Primer Impacto” from Univision Houston’s television station where she anchored the 5:00 p.m. and 10:00 p.m. newscasts and served as Special Segments Reporter since 2012. During the November 2016 and the January 2017 sweeps, Univision Houston delivered the No. 1 early local newscast in the Houston area among Adults 18-49 and Adults 18-34. Galván’s investigative reporting for the station earned her three Emmy Awards and six Emmy nominations between 2013 and 2016.

Prior to joining Univision Houston, Galván presented the international news segment for “Primero Noticias,” a daily morning news program from Mexico’s Televisa Network, and previously served as Anchor on Foro TV, a cable news network also owned by Televisa. She began her uninterrupted and highly successful career in broadcast journalism at TV Azteca in Monterrey, Mexico, from where she advanced to ESPN Latino and later to Televisa.

Galván graduated from Universidad TecMilenio in Monterrey, part of the Monterrey Institute of Technology and Higher Education, with a degree in Marketing. She also holds certificates in Journalism from the same university.

“Primer Impacto” made its debut in 1994 and has since maintained its place among Univision’s highest rated programs. It is also recipient of some of the media industry’s most prestigious honors, including dozens of Emmy Awards and an Edward R. Murrow Award.

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Miss Universe 2017: And the winner is Miss South Africa Demi-Leigh Nel-Peters

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Miss Universe 2017 is Demi-Leigh Nel-Peters from South Africa

Miss South Africa Demi-Leigh Nel-Peters has been crowned Miss Universe 2017.

Nel-Peters beat out first runner-up Miss Colombia Laura González and second runner-up Miss Jamaica Davina Bennett for the crown Sunday night in Las Vegas.

Nel-Peters, who recently earned a business management degree, was crowned during the event at The AXIS theater at Planet Hollywood casino-resort on the Las Vegas Strip.

The 22-year-old beauty queen ended the 39-year title drought of South Africa.  Demi-Leigh is only the second South African to take home the crown after Margaret Gardiner (1978).

On Bellable Prediction list published on Saturday we correctly selected 6 out of the final Top 10 with Miss USA, Miss Colombia, Miss Thailand, Miss Venezuela, Miss Brazil and Miss Philippines.

Miss USA, Kara McCullough, one of the favorite, did not make it to the Top 5 and Miss Venezuela, the perennial favorite, with Keysi Sayago, had to settle with a Top 5 placement.

Since 2014 Miss Colombia has one first place, two second places and one third place. Including the infamous 2015 moment when show’s host gave the crown to Miss Colombia to seconds later announce it was a mistake and crown Miss Philippines.

Steve Harvey returned as the show’s host despite botching the 2015 Miss Universe crowning. On Sunday, he poked fun at his mistake throughout the night. Three days after people in the U.S. celebrated Thanksgiving, Harvey told the audience he is “grateful for the Oscars,” referring to the best-picture flub at this year’s Academy Awards.

Last year, Iris Mittenaere from France was crowned when the pageant took place in the Philippines.

Ninety-two women from around the world participated in the decades-old competition. This year’s edition had the most contestants ever, including the first representatives in its history of Cambodia, Laos and Nepal and it was Iraq first participation in 45 years.

 

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Mommy Moves: Rap Mom becomes viral sensation with Cardi B’s “Bodak Yellow” Parody

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Cali Rae Daniels has become in an Internet sensation for her hilarious parody of Cardi B‘s “Bodak Yellow” Billboard 100 mega hit.

The Mother of three from Denison, Texas, uploaded her Bodak Yellow video to Youtube and Facebook on Nov 4, 2017 and at the time of this writing is has 2.8 millions views on her Youtube Channel alone. On Facebook it has more than 10 millions views, with some other media outlets publishing the video on their own platform.

In her “Rap Mom” Youtube Channel, Cali Rae Daniels, have being posting video parodies about popular songs of herself in a car rapping to the songs walongside her three kids.

What makes a viral sensation of this “Mommy Moves” version is the hilarious lyrics about being a mom capturing reality of parenting.

“Little kids, you can’t mess with me if you wanted to, where you started from? I am the bottom, I gave birth to you,”

she raps.

“Hit the store, you can’t get them both, no you gotta choose and I’m quick, cut them rewards off so don’t get comfortable.”

We are sure this won’t be the last time we will hear from this mom.

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A fallen Angel in China! Top Model tumble at Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show

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Literally, a fallen Angel has just happen. Ming Xi, 28, a top model suffered an epic tumble at the 22nd annual Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show show in Shanghai on Monday.

Ming Xi, who has been on the Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show line-up since 2013 lost composure as she suffered an epic tumble at the 22nd annual show which was held at the Mercedes Benz Arena.

The Chinese model, 28, accidentally caught the flowing fabric of her ensemble on the heel of her thigh-high gladiator shoes.

The video and images of her reactions are now viral on Twitter and Instagram. Speaking to the media after the incident she said: “I feel very disappointed in myself but I’m very thankful to everyone. Thank you all. Thank you for clapping for me just now.”

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