Lili Estefan is a Cuban-American model and host with a net worth of $10 million dollars. Currently she is the host of El Gordo y la Flaca on Univision, which has been adding additional fame to her name at present. She is also the niece of music producer Emilio Estefan and singer Gloria Estefan. Estefan first came to the spotlight in 1986, when she was hired by Univision to participate as a model at Sábado Gigante. Alongside Don Francisco, Estefan quickly became both a public favorite and a favorite of the show host himself (even appearing on his own "Don Francisco Presenta" on many occasions), as he admitted in his autobiography released in 2002. Estefan can be seen every weekday at 4pm EST as the hostess of Univision’s El Gordo y la Flaca, a show she has co-hosted with Raúl De Molina since 1998. Estefan is one of the judges on Mira Quien Baila along with Horacio Villalobos and Bianca Marroquín. Estefan is nicknamed La Flaca (The Skinny Girl) on her El Gordo y la Flaca show.
Born in Havana, Cuba, Lili Estefan began her professional on-camera career in the mid-80s. She was invited to serve as a model on the popular Univision program, "Sabado Gigante". She quickly became one of the more popular models on the show, and her fame was further increased when the show's host, Don Francisco, invited her to work on his other variety program, "Don Francisco Presenta…". In 1995, she began co-hosting a weekly series with Raul De Molina, called "El Gordo y la Flaca" (The Fat Man and the Skinny Lady). The show includes interviews and news about actors, musicians, and other celebrities, as well as previews of upcoming projects, and red carpet footage. She married Lorenzo Luaces in 1992 and the couple has a son named Lorenzo, Jr. and a daughter named Lina.