The famous Puerto Rican journalist María Celeste Arrarás continues to unleash passions at her 60 years of age, because despite being left out of Telemundo, she continues to earn the recognition and affection of her most loyal fans.

According to a list published by the magazine People, María Celeste is considered an icon of beauty due to the repeated occasions in which she has been included among the 50 most beautiful.

Maria Celeste Arraras entre los iconos de belleza de 2021

The Puerto Rican, who was for many years in front of the screens of Al Rojo Vivo, is 60 years old and continues to attract attention, until no filters or makeup. A few months ago, she took a vacation getaway where she looked spectacular in a black and silver one-piece swimsuit.

“Looking at the horizon with a clean soul, a clear mind and a heart beating with the force of anticipation,” she wrote on Instagram where she posted several photos of her vacation on a lonely Florida beach.

María Celeste not only looks radiant, full of peace and with a beautiful smile, but also, at her age, she boasts a spectacular body. “A little escape to a deserted beach is what the body needed!”, She added in a first image in which she appears very smiling posing for the camera.

After being fired from Telemundo, the journalist has not stood idly by. The Puerto Rican communicator reinvents herself and makes new plans in her life. In addition, her new space on YouTube is a success with more than 39 thousand subscribers and more than one million views in less than a year of release.

María Celeste Arrarás and her rise to fame

After the departure of María Celeste Arrarás from Al Rojo Vivo, a program in which she was in charge for 18 years, the presenter narrated part of her story, highlighting that she was not always in front of the camera.

According to María Celeste herself, when she was in college she had to find a job to help her pay for her expenses, which is why she worked in an ice cream parlor in New Orleans, where she prepared frozen bananas and earned $ 3.10 per hour.

Before becoming a journalist, she developed as a great athlete and in 1971 when she was only 11 years old, she won three medals in the Central American and Caribbean Swimming Championships, in addition to being invited to the 1976 Summer Olympics in Canada.

Hence, after being a swimmer and a refrigerator, Arrarás specialized in Communications and became the journalist everyone knows, having important jobs in programs such as First impact, Ver to believe and Red Hot.

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