Chiquibaby: How Was The Nickname Of Stephanie Himonidis, The Telemundo Host Born? | A New Day | United States Fame

Updated on 07/02/2020 at 09:06

Stephanie Himonidis, is one of the conductors of the program “A new day” of Telemundo and has managed to win the heart of the viewers. The 39-year-old Mexican lived for many years in Los Angeles and decided to move to Miami to turn her professional career around and without a doubt, the ‘Chiquibaby’ got it.

Communicator with more than 20 years in the world of radio and television, Stephanie Himonidis has won two Emmy for her outstanding work. The DJ, too, has become one of the most popular conductors in the medium.

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In a recent interview with People magazine in Spanish, the popular ‘Chiquibaby’ talked about this new facet in her career and also how her long-remembered nickname was born that has made her well known in Mexico and the United States.

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Stephanie Himonidis said she is in the most important moment of her career and being a host of the “A new day” program is something she always yearned for and for which she worked hard. Now he is enjoying this new stage.

He also said that it was not easy to join the group formed by Adamari López, Héctor Sandarti, Rashael Díaz and Erika Csiszer. However, they had a good chemistry that is currently reflected on the screens.

The family of “A new day” of Telemundo (Photo: Instagram)

But she also talked about her popular nickname ‘Chiquibaby’ that helped her become much more known among the Latino public.

“Many people know and not many, that my career as a communicator began on the radio and that is where my nickname Chiquibaby was born, born on the radio. All radio broadcasters have nicknames, ”said the host.

“Actually I did not choose it. It was a word I used when referring to ‘papacito’ or something, and in a demo they heard me say that word, then I, the new girl, with the hoarse voice. They started telling me ‘that the new girl, the Chiquiaby’, ”he added.

“On the radio they asked me, ‘Would you like that nickname?’ United. That was more than sixteen years ago. It was something of a laugh, but then it was a good resource because my real name was very difficult for the radio, “said the Mexican.

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