She also attended the University of Miami to study meteorology.Before she was a journalist, she was interested in other fields and even gave an audition for the movie Selena. Later, she got an offer from WSKQ’s morning show producer who heard her voice in a voice-over for a position. Soon after that offer, she again got an offer in Miami by WRMA radio, which she accepted.The success of this song led to another collaboration with Don Omar.These songs are featured in Don Omar's album Don Omar Presents MTO²: New Generation.Don Omar took home 10 prizes at the annual show last night honouring Spanish-language songs and performers.Rivera won six prizes, including artist of the year.The young artist nowadays defines this moment as one of the best ones in her life.
If we're talking fight metaphors here – and the Kingdom Tour is definitely going all-in with the boxing imagery – we'd be up there in the realm of Ali-Frazier: That's how big of a deal the pairing of Daddy Yankee and Don Omar on one stage, for one night, is. In the other corner is Don Omar, the firebrand behind the "Reggaeton Latino" anthem and the influential King of Kings album.
The California-born superstar was killed in a plane accident last year in Mexico.
The show paid homage to Rivera with a tribute that included clips from live performances and her reality television show.
She belongs to a Puerto Rican nationality and is of white ethnicity.
She was born and raised in San Juan, Puerto Rican with her family.