Home » Tejano singer Bobby Pulido supports Vannie Cook Clinic on Reality Dance Show
Bobby Pulido, also known as the “Golden Boy” of Tejano music, chose to give back to the community he was raised in once again.
Last September, Univision Network launched its highly-anticipated third season of the reality dance sensation, ¡Mira Quién
Baila!, a star-studded reality dance competition. The show is hosted by television and radio personality Javier Poza and renowned actress, model and entrepreneur Chiquinquirá Delgado.
The program paired 10 celebrities with professional dancers and followed their every move, from workouts and rehearsals to all-out dance performances before a panel of judges and a studio audience.
Each celebrity was asked to choose a nonprofit organization to receive $5,000 on behalf of Univision and the chance to win the grand prize of $50,000 should the celebrity win the competition. Pulido selected the Vannie E. Cook Jr. Children’s Cancer and Hematology Clinic as his non-profit beneficiary. Although Pulido did not win the competition, he created lots of awareness and excitement for the Clinic on a national level.
“The children were so excited to have Bobby dance in their honor! The Pulido Family even hosted a viewing party for our patients
and families. It was a great experience and we were honored to be chosen as his non-profit organization,” said Victoria Guerra, Director of Development for the Clinic.