María Celeste Arrarás is a multimedia phenomenon, a role model and an inspiration to all women—everywhere.María Celeste Arrarás is the host and managing editor of “Al Rojo Vivo con María Celeste” (Red Hot Live with María Celeste), the most talked about news magazine in Hispanic television, produced by Telemundo/NBC. She is also a guest host for NBC’s Today show and has collaborated with Dateline and NBC Nightly News with Brian Williams. She has been featured on the cover of People en Español more times than any other celebrity and was selected by Newsweek magazine to appear on the cover of its “20 Most Powerful Women of the Next Generation” issue.
María Celeste has been featured in numerous articles on a wide range of publications, including the The New York Times, The Los Angeles Times, The Chicago Tribune, The Washington Post, and The Miami Herald.

This Emmy award winner is also a bestselling author. Her first book, Selena’s Secret, uncovers the story behind the murder and tragic death of Tejano music superstar Selena Quintanilla, and became an instant bestseller, selling more copies than any other non-fiction publication in Spanish and was described by Publishers Weekly as “Simon & Schuster’s most successful front list title in Spanish.” In 2007 Scholastic published The Magic Cane, a magical fable inspired by the stories that María Celeste tells her own kids, and a Hollywood production company has acquired the rights to turn The Magic Cane into a feature film.
She is also a radio personality with daily segments on the ABC radio network and has a dedicated audience for her video-blogs on
María Celeste’s most recent writing endeavor MAKE YOUR LIFE PRIME TIME: How to Have It All Without Losing Your Soul is an inspirational and utterly insightful guide to the power of forgiveness and the importance of striving for excellence.
She currently lives in Florida with her three children.

“The most prominent player in a blossoming media experiment between two television networks in different languages.”
—The Los Angeles Times

“The Katie Couric of Latin TV.”
—The Dallas Morning News

“One of the most dynamic and well-rounded communicators in the entertainment industry.”
—The New York Daily News


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