Lucero (entertainer)

This name uses Spanish naming customs: the first or paternal family name is Hogaza and the second or maternal family name is León.
Background information
Birth name Lucero Hogaza León
Also known as Lucerito
Born (1969-08-29) 29 August 1969
Mexico City, Mexico
Origin Mexico
Genres Latin pop, dance pop, mariachi, ranchera
Occupation(s) Singer, actress, hostess
Years active 1980–present
Labels Musart, Melody, Sony, EMI, Siente Music/Universal Latino

Lucero Hogaza León (Spanish pronunciation: [luˈseɾo]; born 29 August 1969 in Mexico City, Mexico), known as Lucero, is a Mexican singer, songwriter, actress and television host. She is a multi-platinum singer in Mexico, and has sung in Spanish, English and Portuguese. She is the daughter of Lucero León and Antonio Hogaza and has one brother, Antonio.[1] Lucero has sold more than 22 million records worldwide and is recognized in Latin America and Mexico as "La Novia de America".

At the age of 13, Lucero gained her first regular high-profile job in a popular children's show in Mexico City called Alegrias de Mediodia in 1982. Since then she has released a series of successful albums. Many of her songs peaked on top of most of the Latin charts including the Billboard charts in the USA.

She received her first leading role in the film Coqueta and went on to film a total of seven movies. Lucero participated in nine telenovelas in Mexico with the leading role. She was recognized by People en Español as the "Queen of the Telenovelas" celebrated on the 2013 issue of "Los 50 mas Bellos" posing with six of the most popular actors in telenovelas. Lucero has won more TVyNovelas Awards than any other actress.

Lucero has been the hostess of the Latin Grammy Awards on eight different occasions. She has also been the main hostess for more than fourteen years in a philanthropy show called Teletón Mexico and most recently Teleton USA where people make donations to help children with physical disabilities.

Early life and career


Lucerito's career began in 1980. When she was young, Lucerito always had concerns about being an artist, but at aged 10 Televisa offered her the opportunity to appear in a juvenile theme program named Alegrías De Mediodía (Midday Happiness), next to several children and young talents in music and comedy, like Aida Pierce and Aleks Syntek. She combined work with academic studies, also taking singing and dancing lessons. At that time she also performed in the program Juguemos a Cantar (Let's play to sing), in which she was the interpreter of the theme. Following these opportunities, she received several offers in different programs, among them Chiquilladas (Childishness), making her first starring appearance in the series for children, where one of her more popular roles was in a Popeye skit as Olive Oyl.

In 1982, she starred her first telenovela, produced by Valentín Pimpstein, Chispita ("Little Spark"), alternating with great actors such as Enrique Lizalde, Angélica Aragón, among others. Her acting brought her 2 awards, her first TVyNovelas Award and Azteca de Oro Award. From that moment her career was seen as a promising future; curiously enough with the emergence of Lucerito as a singer, she did not record the theme song for this telenovela. Instead that task was given to Timbiriche, the most popular juvenile group in Mexico. This is how Raúl Velasco invited her to conduct and interpret the main theme of the musical pageant América, Esta Es Tu Canción. Still in 1982, Lucero released her first album, with Musart Records, Te Prometo (Eng: I promise you), later renamed just Él (Eng: Him).[2]

In 1983, she was hired by Daniel Galindo for her first film called Coqueta (Coquette), which she shared credit with Pedrito Fernández, making her big screen debut.

After almost two years, in 1984, Lucerito released her second album named Con tan pocos años. In this year, she was contacted again by the director Sergio Vejar to act in the movie Delincuente (Delinquent), since the film Coqueta was a big success in Mexico and Central and South America.

The following year, 1985, she was contacted to perform in her third film Fiebre de Amor (Eng: Love Fever) along with one of the most sought-after male singer of the decade, Luis Miguel. This combination was a complete success with the audience and the film received two Diosa de la Plata Awards, including Breakthrough Performance for Lucerito.[3] She participated in the soundtrack with two songs, and due to the favourable outcome of the film, the soundtrack also had a special edition for Italy.

In this same year, at the suggestion of her mother, Lucerito left her mentor from the first two albums, Sergio Andrade, as the gossip began to grow that he had fallen in love with her. To avoid problems, the music company decided to release another album, but this time without the guidance of Sergio Andrade. Instead she was provided with different producers and composers, among them Joan Sebastian and Jaime Sánchez Rosaldo.[4] The album was titled Fuego y Ternura (Eng: Fire and Tenderness) later known as Magia; the album managed good sales in Mexico and United States, reaching platinum status in Mexico. For this album she achieved two recognitions for Best Singer, TVyNovelas Award and El Heraldo Award. This album was a change in style, opting for more teen-oriented pop music. With this record, she gained her first real hit with Fuego y Ternura, written by the singer/songwriter Prisma. During this year, Lucerito was hired by Adventure Kingdom to perform two songs for the whale Keiko in a single called "Keiko". To make matters better, she was hired by PepsiCo International; in 1985 Pepsico found in Lucerito the most recognized youth image, so they chose her to be the spokesperson for their drink Mirinda. The focus of this campaign was only for Mexico.[5] She made a special appearance in one episode of the series Mujer, Casos de la Vida Real.

In 1986, she recorded Un Pedacito De Mí (Eng: A little piece of me), her fourth and last album with Musart Records. In order to get away from the shadow of Sergio Andrade's management, she signed to Melody Records the same year. Due to the departure of the singer to another company, Musart did not promote this album, which resulted with sales lower than her previous albums. Her single "Era la primera vez" (Eng: It was the first time), was a hit in Mexican charts reaching the top 10 and the top 20 in Billboard.[6] During the year she was also cast in her first theatre credit, in the play Don Juan Tenorio, where she played the character of Doña Inés de Ulloa.

In 1987, Lucerito was offered her fourth film part with the director René Cardona Jr.. The movie was known as Escápate Conmigo (Eng: Escape with me). She actedd next to her now ex-husband, but then friend Manuel Mijares and the comedian Jorge Ortiz de Pinedo. The film enjoyed moderate success, and due to this Melody Records released the soundtrack as Escápate Conmigo. Of note is that although Mijares was a well-known singer, he was not involved in the recording of any new song for the album. This production was the first one with Melody Records, as a prelude to her next album.

In 1988 she released Lucerito (later re-released as Ocho Quince), her first Melody Records album. The album was a huge success and brought her to the realms of Mexican pop music where she now competed with teen pop acts at the time such as Timbiriche, Sasha Sokol, Luis Miguel, Tatiana, Chayanne, Karina and Flans. From this album she released several tracks, and the songs "Millones mejor que tú" (Eng: Millions better than you), "Vete con ella" (Eng: Go away with her) and "Tu amiga fiel" (Eng: Your faithful friend) established her as a solid pop singer. The album achieved substantial sales in Costa Rica, Chile, Colombia, Venezuela, Guatemala and the USA, which Lucero later visited to promote her album. Sales in Mexico reach the gold status.[7] The album gave her a Galardón a los Grandes award for Best Singer. During this year, she decided to star in her fifth film, Quisiera Ser Hombre (Eng: I wish I were a man), starring next to Eduardo Capetillo and Carlos Riquelme. Critics thought this film helped indirectly to create tolerance towards homosexuality and transvestism in teenagers.

Ending the decade, Lucero had already established herself as one of the best singers in Latin America and the United States. 1989 brought major changes in the life of the young singer. Her voice was no longer a girl's, and her figure had been transformed into that of a beautiful woman, and now without diminutive, she became Lucero. Lucero continues her ascent in her career, now releasing her sixth studio album Cuéntame. The sales of the album reached gold and platinum status in Mexico. This album opened the U.S. market, Spain, also across borders in Central America, in countries like Guatemala, Costa Rica, Honduras, Panama and all South America. The title single achieved great success, becoming a number 1 hit in Mexico, Costa Rica, Colombia, Guatemala among other countries. The same song was included in VH1 list "Best 100 Songs of the '80s in Spanish".[8] This disc was the last album she released under the name Lucerito. During this year, Procter & Gamble saw in Lucero one of the most famous and best cared-for hair styles and hired her to be the central image of the Head & Shoulders shampoo campaign for Latin America.[9]

1990s - from Rancheras to Piel de Ángel

Lucero in 1993.

Lucero left the 1980s with a solid career in which she was recognized as one of the best singers of the decade. In 1990, Lucero starred in her first telenovela as an adult Cuando llega el amor where she also sang the theme song. This telenovela earned her the TVyNovelas Award for Best Actress. Melody Records released a special EP called Cuando llega el Amor, a huge hit in Latin America reaching the top five in several countries. In the same year, after conquering the youth market with a ballad, Lucero opened a new facet in her career with ranchero gender performing cover versions of the hits of the famous band, Los Bukis, in her album Con Mi Sentimiento, produced by the composer Rubén Fuentes. Her performances abroad earned her as a strong reputation as a Mexican singer in Latin America, Spain and the United States, giving her also the nickname of Lucero de México and La Novia de América (Eng: The Bride of America). She appeared in her sixth film, Deliciosa Sinvergüenza (Eng: Delicious rascal), with Pedro Romo and Paco Ibáñez, directed by René Cardona Jr.

In 1991, she released Sólo Pienso En Ti which achieved gold and platinum status in Argentina, Chile and Mexico.[2] Five singles were released becoming big hits in Billboard, Mexico, Spain and Latin America. The first single was "Electricidad" (Eng: Electricity) which reached the peak position in 10 countries and the top 5 in the USA. In the same year she received five awards for Best Singer for her work Con mi Sentimiento. In 1992, she was selected as Queen of Viña del Mar Festival in the Viña del Mar International Song Festival.[10] She returned to the ranchera genre with the album Lucero de México, once again produced by Rubén Fuentes. The promotion of the album was big, since her first ranchero album had not been well promoted. Sales achieved the gold status in Central America and Chile. In Mexico, they reached the double platinum, becoming one of the best selling albums of ranchera music.[2] She was a recipient of the special accolate in the TVyNovelas Awards as Best Legs in the Mexican Media. During the year she was designated the singer with most international projection by the critics. In 1993, Lucero received a nomination for the Lo Nuestro Awards for Female Regional Mexican Artist of the Year.[11]

Lucero, a studio album, was released in 1993. She showed great maturity in the interpretation of the songs produced by Rafael Perez Botija. The album achieved high sales, earning the gold and then platinum status in Mexico.[2] Its first single, "Veleta", reached #1 all over Latin America and #2 in Hot Latin Tracks in the USA. During the promotion of the album, she performed in the telenovela that gave her a second TVyNovelas award for Best Actress Los Parientes Pobres, and the Association of Latin Entertainment Critics honored her in the same category. The main theme of the telenovela was sung by herself and later included as a bonus track in an album.

In 1994, Lucero released another ranchero album, Cariño de mis Cariños, her third album of this genre and also produced by Rubén Fuentes. The album was selected as one of the best albums of the year according to Eres magazine in Mexico. The album earned the platinum status in that country.[2]

At the end of 1994, she released her album Siempre Contigo, supervised by Rafael Perez Botija. The album achieved gold status in Mexico and high sales in Central America. From the album, five singles were released, reaching the top of the lists: "Siempre contigo" was her only song so far to reach the number one position in the USA. For the Lo Nuestro Awards of 1996, Lucero was nominated for Pop Female Singer and Video of the Year for "Palabras", directed by Fernán Martínez.[12]

In mid-1995, she performed in the soap opera Lazos de Amor in which she played triplets. The telenovela topped the TV ratings and she also received several awards among them TVyNovelas, El Heraldo, Eres, Diosa de Plata, all for best actress. Melody released the soundtrack of the telenovela Lazos de Amor with good sales and good airplay through Latin America and the United States. During 1995, Lucero sang two new songs on a UNICEF album, El Nuevo Sol, to raise funds for children, sharing credits with Pandora and Magneto. Apart from this participation, she made two more special appearances, in the album Boleros:Por amor y desamor and a duet with Mijares on the live album El Encuentro, which received high rotation on radio in U.S. and Latin America, reaching the top ten lists.

In 1997, she returned to the music scene after an extensive tour throughout Latin America and the United States, with the album Piel de Ángel (Eng: Skin of Angel) and after a pause of almost 3 years without releasing any studio album, in this album she is with an interpretive force that subdues a privileged voice that runs at will. In this new album, the hits "Tácticas de Guerra", "Toda La Noche" and "Quiero" made her a favorite of the public and earned her a gold disc and platinum for her high sales in Mexico and the United States.

In 1997, Lucero married the singer Manuel Mijares. They had two children. The wedding was called "the event of the year" and it was broadcast through Televisa to Latin America. The ceremony was held in the chapel of San Ignacio de Loyola Vizcaínas High School.

In October 1997, she was invited to sing to the Pope John Paul II during the II World Meeting of Families in the Maracana stadium in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. The opportunity was, in Lucero's own words, the most emotional experience of her spiritual life and professional.[13]

In December 1997, she captivated the Mexican public and other countries to lead the Telethon in Mexico for 27 hours non-stop to raise money for care and rehabilitation centers for disabled people. The experience has been repeated year after year to date, being the hostess of the event.

From 1997 Radio Móvil Dipsa used Lucero as new image for its mobile campaign with Telcel. She made television spots promoting rates, coverage, cellular models and wireless internet. Sales increased and her contract was renewed until 2000.[5]

The company Grupo Bimbo hired her to promote its campaign only in Mexico in 1998. Bimbo called Lucero to be the centerpiece of their familiar campaign to promote its healthy and fresh bread.[5] In March that year, she released a new studio album Cerca de ti (Eng: Close to you), produced Rubén Fuentes, which had the radio hits "Corazón lastimado" and "A partir de hoy".

She received the Billboard Music Award for Best Ranchera Album. Also during this year, she collaborated in the soundtrack of Mulan, nominated for the Best Original Musical or Comedy Score Oscar, singing the song "Reflejo". In this production she shared credits with Cristian Castro and Christina Aguilera.

At the end of the 1990s, the event Un Lucero en la México took place in the Plaza de Toros Mexico bringing together more than 40,000 people who chanted Lucero's hits and gathered to celebrate her 20th anniversary as a singer and actress, in a concert of nearly three hours. She recorded her first live album that sold more than 200,000 copies. During 1999, she participated in the dubbing of the Walt Disney Pictures movie Tarzan, performing the voice of Jane Porter. Also in 1999, Banamex (Mexico's largest bank) chose Lucero to be the main image of the TV spot of its 100 years of existence, for Mexico only.[5]

2000s - from Mi Destino to second live album

The new millennium started with new contracts to Lucero. In early 2000, Lucero and singer Chayanne were employed by PepsiCo to promote Doritos and Pepsi products. They did together a TV spot and several ads that were promoted throughout the Latino community in the United States.[14] Also during this year, AT&T signed a contract with Lucero to be the main face to offer special rates for long distance calls to Latino families in the United States, where she sang in several spots the number of the area code. In 2002 and 2003, the contract remained in force, so the company had printed some ads with her image that were published throughout the United States, and for private concerts.[5]

In 2000, she recorded the album Mi Destino (Eng: My Destiny) for the company Sony Music International, with this album Lucero shows a wide range of rhythms and sounds as the disc is produced by three world-renowned producers, Rafael Perez Botija who has produced figures as José José and Rocío Dúrcal to name a few, Ric Wake who has worked with Mariah Carey and Celine Dion among others, and Jimmy Greco who has also produced great figures like Coco Lee and Jennifer Lopez,[15] so she surprises with 2 songs in English with an outstanding quality and interpretation. She starred in the telenovela Mi Destino Eres Tú (Eng: My destiny is you), production again under Carla Estrada and with a multiestelar cast like Jacqueline Andere, Silvia Pasquel, Julio Alemán, and María Sorté among others. Again making position in the most high ratings worldwide.This performance earned her an award as Best Lead Actress in a telenovela.

In 2001, she made a special appearance in the concert of Mijares for his second live album. Besides she received in Chile's Viña del Mar International Song Festival the award Silver Seagull granted by the public as favorite singer.[16]

In February 2002, she began promoting the album Un Nuevo Amor (Eng: A new love), a ranchera cutting production under the supervision of three major producers such as Rubén Fuentes, Estéfano Salgado and Homero Patrón, which achieves high sales in Mexico and abroad. This album was the first for Sony Music in ranchera music, besides it was the returning of Lucero to the studios after her first pregnancy.[17] For the time being, she was sought to participate in 3 different studio album Huey Dunbar's,[18] Gabriel Navarro's[19] and a special tribute to Selena. In the month of June of this year, Lucero received the Double Eagle Leadership Award from the Chamber of Commerce of Mexico & United States in gala celebrated in Coral Gables, Florida for her commitment to build stronger relations between the United States and Mexico, presented by the TV host Don Francisco.

In early 2003, Lucero was invited by PepsiCo to be the main image of the new product Sabritas for Mexico. With only three TV spots and ads the company managed to sell more than expected, so Lucero was recognized with an award and was invited to be the image of the 60 anniversary of Sabritas, singing the official jingle A Que No Puedes Comer Sólo Una (Eng: You cannot eat just one).[20] Throughout 2003, the actress starred in the musical adaptation of the book by Antonio Velasco Piña, a musical that tells another version of what happened on 2 October 1968, in Tlatelolco. Lucero decided to take this play since she rejected to participate in the telenovela Amor real.[21] Several months in theaters made her win an award for best actress in a musical and offered 100 performances with 100 standing ovations from the audience. Thanks to this work, Lucero was able to show at the theater community histrionic and vocal ability.

Her participation was not without controversy when a television company began to put aggressive critics against Regina to the point that when the plaque for the 100th performance was show the television reporters insisted to have an interview with the actress and they tried to follow her, just to have a security guard draw his gun against them. The scandal was remarked to the point that Lucero offered a press conference where she defended the acts of his guard and began to rant angrily against the way the rose press is working on Mexico. This situation lead her to be removed from her host position in the annual Teleton event for some years.

In August 2003, she was back to film sets to perform the role of Esperanza Alcalá in one of the most ambitious projects of Mexican cinema, Zapata: El sueño de un héroe (Eng: Zapata: The dream of a hero) by Alfonso Arau; starring Alejandro Fernández and photography by Vittorio Storaro who has to his credits 3 Oscars,[22] art direction and costumes by Eugenio Zanetti who has also been awarded an Oscar.[23] She participated in the soundtrack of the movie with one song named Quédate en mí (Eng: Stay in me).[24] In the fall of 2003, she signed a contract and start with Fuller Cosmetics to promote her own perfume. An elegant fragrance within a diamond-shaped container that represents exclusivity and style. This perfume has sold many pieces in Mexico that is still available by Fuller Cosmetics.[25]

In 2004, it was released Cuando Sale Un Lucero (Eng: When a star comes out) under the company of EMI Music Mexico, a new ranchera album with the production again of Ruben Fuentes and Homero Patrón; with the singles Entre La Espada y La Pared and Vete Por Donde Llegaste achieved gold record and release a special edition. That same year she returns to telenovelas, now with a relevant part in Alborada (Eng: Dawn) where the story takes place in the 1800s and where she played María Hipólita Díaz alongside Fernando Colunga, Daniela Romo, and more. They achieve top position in the audience. With this interpretation, she is the recipient of several awards for best actress, including the Emmy Award.[26]

After her role in this soap opera that lasted until 2005, Lucero began to record her next album in early 2006. She released Quiéreme Tal Como Soy (Eng.: Love Me As I Am) in September 2006, where she pays tribute to Rafael Pérez Botija, the composer and producer of her biggest hits. With this record she achieved strong sales thanks to the singles La Única Que Te Entiende (Eng: The One who understands you) y O Tú O Nada (Eng: Either you or nothing). In November 2006, she hosted for the first time the 7th Latin Grammy ceremony, since then she has participated as a host five times so far. As a result of the good sales of Quiéreme tal como soy, the company decided to make a concert in the National Auditorium in March 2007, recording an album completely live that achieved high sales on CD and DVD formats. This was her second and last live album to be released to the public.

On 20 October 2008, the telenovela Mañana es para siempre (Eng: Tomorrow Is Forever) was released and produced by Nicandro Diaz. This soap opera had a primetime broadcast where Lucero starred Barbara Greco, the villain of the trama; this was her second antagonist role since her well-received character María Paula in Lazos de Amor in 1996. She shared credits alongside great actors such as Silvia Navarro, Fernando Colunga and Sergio Sendel. The ratings were high and reached 51 points in his final chapter with a special two-hour duration. Due to the popularity and credibility, Procter & Gamble invited Lucero to be the face and spokesperson for the line of creams and Olay beauty products. In this way, year after year the cosmetics company has renewed its contract with the actress and singer, even getting the image of Pantene shampoo in 2011.[5] During mid-2008 there was controversy, the singer Lucero filed a lawsuit against the Universal Music label at not receiving royalties for sales of some of her albums in the last 14 years, albums recorded with Melody Records from Fonovisa, now part of Universal. Melody Records had agreed in 1998 to pay what they owed and never paid off the debt.[27] Lucero and the company reached an undisclosed financial agreement on the debt of the old company.[28] Enrique Peña Nieto, governor of the State of Mexico in 2008, chooses Lucero to be the official spokesperson of the achievements that his government have met over the months. With the response from people, she renewed the contract to remain the face in 2009.[5] After finishing the contract, she was called to participated in the Spanish version of the album Voces (Eng: Voices) of the Greek composer Yanni, where it was released the single "Eterno Es Este Amor" (Eng: Eternal is this love).

2010s - "Indispensable" for music

The new decade begins with bad news for the world, a calamitous magnitude 7.0 Mw earthquake hit Haiti with an epicenter near the town of Léogâne. The earthquake occurred at 16:53 local time (21:53 UTC) on Tuesday, 12 January 2010.[29] Due to the proximity of the release of the 25th anniversary of the worldwide hit We Are the World, written by Michael Jackson and Lionel Richie, Quincy Jones and Richie decided to release it as We Are the World 25 for Haiti in order to raise money for the victims.[30] Jones made a determination to promote a Spanish version of the song hiring Emilio Estefan and his wife Gloria Estefan, they arrange it to be sung in Spanish language.[31] Both were responsible for selecting the singers who participated in the new song titled Somos El Mundo 25 Por Haiti; Lucero was called to be part of the song, but at the time she was very busy with a new telenovela and a new album to contribute in a leading part; thus she decided to participated at least in the chorus in order to help.[32]

She finished filming Soy Tu Dueña a remake of the 1995 telenovela "La Dueña". It was known to be a hit. Critics said she was back on the spotlight. In Soy Tu Dueña she played Valentina Villalba. Along with Fernando Colunga) . In October 2010, she released 'Indispensable', a pop album.

For her work in television and the recording industry, Lucero's hand-prints have been embedded onto the Paseo de las Luminarias in Mexico City.

Personal life

on 17 January 1997, Lucero married singer Manuel Mijares with whom she had two children, a son José Manuel Mijares (born 12 November 2001) and a daughter Lucero Mijares (born 2 February 2005). On 4 March 2011, after 14 years of marriage, Lucero and Mijares announced their separation.[33] In January 2014, Lucero came under controversy after she posed with her boyfriend Michel Kuri in front of a supposed dead animal following a hunting activity.[34] She released a statement that the picture was leaked from her personal computer.[35] Amid the criticisms, her performance was suspended at the International Festival Viña del Mar 2014 in Chile.[36]


Main article: Lucero discography

Special albums & EPs

As Lucero

As Lucerito



Year Film Role Notes
1983 Coqueta Rocío
1984 Delincuente Cecilia Suárez
1985 Fiebre de Amor Lucerito Diosa de Plata Award for Breakthrough Performance Female[3]
1987 Escápate Conmigo
1988 Quisiera Ser Hombre Manuelita/Manuel
1990 Deliciosa Sinvergüenza Lucerito
1999 Tarzan Jane voice (Spanish dubbing)
2004 Zapata: El Sueño De Un Héroe Esperanza Nominated - MTV Movie Awards Mexico for Most Bizarre Sex[37]

Soap operas (telenovelas)

Year Telenovela Role Notes
1982-83 Chispita Isabel "Chispita" TVyNovelas Awards for Best Breakthrough Performance
Azteca de Oro Awards for Best Breakthrough Performance
1989-90 Cuando llega el amor Isabel Contreras de Ramírez TVyNovelas Awards for Best Young Actress[38]
1993 Los Parientes Pobres Margarita Santos TVyNovelas Awards for Best Young Actress[39]
A.C.C.A. Awards for Best Actress
ACE Awards for Best Actress
Eres Awards for Best Song in a Telenovela
Nominated - TVyNovelas Awards for Best Song in a Telenovela
1995-96 Lazos de Amor María Guadalupe Rivas Iturbe
María Fernanda Rivas Iturbe
María Paula Rivas Iturbe
Laura Iturbe
TVyNovelas Awards for Best Lead Actress[40]
Eres Awards for Best Actress[41]
Aplauso Awards for Best Actress
El Heraldo Award for Best Actress in a Telenovela[A]
Diosa de Plata Award for Best Actress[42]
Nominated - TVyNovelas Awards for Best Song in a Telenovela
2000 Mi Destino Eres Tú Andrea San Vicente Fernández de Galindo/de Rivadeneira TVyNovelas Awards for Best Lead Actress[43]
2005-06 Alborada María Hipólita Díaz de Guzmán/de Manrique TVyNovelas Awards for Best Lead Actress[44]
Emmy Latino for Best Latin Actress[45]
Palmas de Oro Awards for Best Lead Actress[46]
Bravo Awards for Best Actress[47]
2008-09 Mañana Es Para Siempre Bárbara Greco de Elizalde
Rebeca Sanchez Frutos "La Hiena"
ACE Awards for Best Supporting Actress[48]
People en Español Awards for Best Villain[49]
Nominated - TVyNovelas Awards for Best Lead Actress[50]
2010 Soy Tu Dueña Valentina Villalba Rangel de Montesinos "La dueña" ACE Awards for Best Actress[51]
Nominated - Galardón a los Grandes for Best Actress[52]
Nominated - TVyNovelas Awards for Best Lead Actress
Nominated - Premios Juventud for Best Song from a Telenovela[53](Along with Joan Sebastian for "Golondrinas Viajeras")
2012 Por Ella Soy Eva Helena Moreno Romero Premios People en Español 2012 for Best Actress
Nominated- TVyNovelas Awards 2013 for Best Lead Actress
Nominated- Premios People en Español 2012 for Best Couple of the Year (with Jaime Camil)[54]
2016 Carinha de Anjo Tereza Lários


Television shows

Year Show Role Notes
1980 Alegrías De Mediodía Hostess
1982–1983 Chiquilladas
1985 Juguemos a Cantar Known in U.S. as "América, ésta es tu canción"
Mujer, Casos de la Vida Real Chelo 1 Episode
Teletón[55] Hostess TVyNovelas Awards Special Accolade for hosting for 26 hours(1998)
El Heraldo Award for Outstanding Reality Host(1998)
Estrella de Plata Award for Best Host(1998)
Azteca de Oro Awards for Best Hosting(1998)
2005 & 2007 TVyNovelas Awards Along with Juan Soler in 2005 and Juan José Origel in 2007
2006 - 2007-
2009 - 2010-
Latin Grammy Awards With Víctor Manuelle in 2006
Eugenio Derbez in 2007, 2009 and 2010
Cristián de la Fuente in 2011
2015-2016 Teleton Brasil October 24 2015
November 05 2016

Theatre credits

Year Play Role Notes
1986 Don Juan Tenorio Doña Inés de Ulloa
2003 Regina Regina TVyNovelas Award for Best Leading Actress in a Musical[56]

Awards and nominations

Year Award Show Category Nominated
1985 El Heraldo Awards Best Singer Fuego y Ternura Won
TVyNovelas Awards Best Young Singer
1988 15 Greatest of Siempre en Domingo Awards Best Singer Lucerito
1989 "Galardón a los Grandes" Awards
1990 El Heraldo Awards Cuéntame
"Galardón a los Grandes" Awards
TVyNovelas Awards
1991 El Heraldo Award Con Mi Sentimiento
TVyNovelas Awards
Bravo Awards
Aplauso Awards
"Galardón a los Grandes" Awards
1992 Viña del Mar Festival Queen of Viña del Mar Festival Special Accolade
Atena Awards Best Singer Sólo Pienso en Ti
Bravo Awards
El Heraldo Awards
TVyNovelas Awards
Premio "Aplauso"
"Galardón a los Grandes" Awards
TVyNovelas Awards Best Legs in the Mexican Media Special Accolade
1993 El Heraldo Awards Best International Singer Lucero de México
TVyNovelas Awards
TVyNovelas Awards Best Ranchera Album
1994 Eres Awards Best Singer Lucero
TVyNovelas Awards
Furia Musical Awards Best Ranchera Album Cariño De Mis Cariños
Diosa de Plata Awards
1995 Eres Awards Best Album Siempre Contigo Nominated
TVyNovelas Awards Best Singer Won
El Heraldo Awards
Eres Awards
1996 TVyNovelas Awards Best Female Singer Lazos de Amor
Eres Awards Best Singer
El Heraldo Award
Bravo Award
1997 Acafest Medal Medal Special Accolade
TVyNovelas Awards Best Female Singer Piel de Ángel
El Heraldo Awards Best Singer
Estrella de Plata
1998 "Galardón a los Grandes" Awards Best Singer Ceca de Ti
Billboard Music Awards Best Ranchera Singer
1999 TVyNovelas Awards For her 20 years of career Special Accolade
Golden Palm Awards Lifetime Achievements
Al Fin de Semana
2001 Viña del Mar Festival Silver Seagull Award
(Granted by the audience)
Special Accolade
2002 Chamber of Commerce of Mexico & United States[58] Double Eagle Leadership Award
Lunas del Auditorio Awards[59] Best Balladeer Un Nuevo Amor Nominated
2004 Furia Musical Awards Lifetime Achievements Special Accolade Won
2005 TVyNovelas Awards Lifetime Achievements
25 years
Orgullosamente Latino Awards[60] Best Latin Album of the Year Cuando Sale Un Lucero
Paseo de las Luminarias Music Hall of Fame Inductee Special Accolade
2007 Association Mr. Amigo[61] Mr. Amigo Award Special Accolade
Orgullosamente Latino Awards[62] Best Album of the Year Quiéreme Tal Como Soy Nominated
TVyNovelas Awards Lifetime Special Career Special Accolade Won
Orgullosamente Latino Awards[62] Best Latin Singer Quiéreme Tal Como Soy Nominated
2008 Lunas del Auditorio Awards[63] Best Balladeer
2010 Premios Oye! Awards[64] Tribute to the artistic Special Accolade Won

Billboard Latin Music Awards

The Billboard Latin Music Awards are awarded annually by Billboard magazine in the United States. Lucero has received one nomination.[65]

Year Category Nominated Result
2015 Top Latin Albums Artist of the Year, Female Herself Nominated

Billboard Mexican Music Awards

The Billboard Mexican Music Awards are awarded annually by Billboard magazine in the United States. Lucero has received three nominations.[66]

Year Category Nominated Result
2013 Female Artist of the Year Herself Nominated
Ranchero/Mariachi of the Year Herself
Ranchero/Mariachi Album of the Year Un Lujo


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  47. "Alborada arrasa en los Premios Bravo" (in Spanish). EsMas.
  48. "Premio ACE por Coactuación Femenina" (in Spanish). VeoNovelas.
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