Lupita Elizondo Died: How Did Television Reporter Die?

The entertainment world is in mourning after the unfortunate news of the death of Lupita Elizondo, a correspondent for television programs such as “Primer Impacto” and “El Gordo y la Flaca” from Univision, was released.

The news of Elizondo’s death was confirmed by the official “Primer Impacto” account on the Instagram platform with an emotional message:

“The #PrimerImpacto team regrets the death of our reporter #LupitaElizondo and sends its deepest condolences to her family. She will always be remembered for her human qualities, professionalism, and service to the community. RIP”.

According to information reviewed by Metro World News, the Mexican journalist died this Saturday, February 6 in Texas of a sudden heart attack. For its part, Univision preferred not to delve into details about Elizondo’s cause of death.

Lupita Elizondo began her career in local media in Monterrey, Mexico. A short time later, the Mexican journalist moved to the United States and settled in Texas, where she worked as a correspondent for “Primer Impacto” and “El Gordo y la Flaca” of the important television network Univision.

Throughout her journalistic career, Elizondo supported countless regional Mexican music artists with television reporting for important segments of Univision.

Television industry personalities reacted to the death of Lupita Elizondo

Great Univision talents spoke through the Instagram platform to mourn the unexpected death of Lupita Elizondo.

“How young by God! We will always remember you for your professionalism and friendliness. Rest in peace my dear, ”wrote Borja Voces, a reporter for Primer Impacto.

“Very sad. My condolences to her family. Rest in peace colleague, “said Tony Dandrades, correspondent for Primer Impacto.

“You will always be in our hearts🙏🏻 Our prayers for your relatives RIP,” said Jackie Guerrido, First Impact reporter.

“My beautiful Lupita, my first television job was 14 years ago with her, we had an entertainment segment together. Several times when we left the show, I accompanied her to record her audios of the notes for @elgordoylaflaca 😭😭😭 ”, stated Karina Banda, reporter for El Gordo y la Flaca.

The last publication he made on social networks was to mourn the death of a great companion of the media

The last publication that Lupita Elizondo made on the Instagram platform was on January 22, the date on which she dedicated an emotional and extensive message to Noe López Suárez, one of her great colleagues throughout her journalistic experience in Monterrey, Mexico.

“I can’t believe it, I have cried a lot when I learned of your departure. Although I had not seen you physically for a long time, I keep you very fond of you, it hurts me a lot to know that you are no longer with us. Noe Lopez Suarez, you were such a dear and loved companion. Always smiling and fun, your sense of humor made the guards that we did with a famous person who visited Monterrey lighter, ”Elizondo said on the social network.

The Mexican journalist continued to express that she was very moved by the death of her partner and friend due to causes related to COVID-19: “I refuse to believe that the Covid has taken you. My dear ‘Noelia’ as many of us told you. A tall and imposing man but with a huge heart. I will always remember you little one. Rest well”.

Pamela Silva Conde
Pamela Silva Conde / Photo

Silva, the Peruvian host of Primer Impacto, published two images that Lupita Elizondo had uploaded on her Instagram stories. The first one shows a television screen showing Pamela in the studio and Lupita at the news site in Pearland, Texas. Along with the image, Silva wrote: “The First Impact family is in mourning with the death of our Lupita Elizondo”.

In a second image, Lupita Elizondo, Pamela Silva, and Barbara Bermudo are shown together in the studio smiling. “She always had a smile …” Silva wrote, mourning the death of her colleague and friend.

Amelia Warner– After graduating from NYU with a master's degree in history, She was also a columnist for many local newspapers. Amelia Warner mostly covers Entertainment topics, but at times loves to write about movie reviews as well.

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