Sisanie Reategui is the Overnight on-air radio personality for All The Hit: Kiss 98-3! Her show immediately leads into Ace and TJ's Morning Show, Monday– Friday from 2am– 6am .
Born in Orange County, CA the bilingual, Mexican – Peruvian beauty discovered her passion for broadcasting in high school. While Sisanie was in school, she was very active with dance, gymnastics and cheer too. After graduating from Los Alamitos High School, she moved to San Diego, CA to attend college at San Diego State University. In May 2007, she graduated from SDSU earning a Bachelor’s Degree in Art with an Emphasis in Multimedia. Sisanie was only 19-years-old when she started interning for Clear Channel’s Top-40/KHTS and worked extremely hard to get to where she’s at now.
In September 2004, Sisanie got her first on-air opportunity at sister country station, KUSS in San Diego. In 2005 she also took another part time position at KHTS as an on-air talent. While working part-time for both stations and going to school full-time, she also managed to work for San Diego’s Clear Channel production department. Where she voiced/produced many spots, was a fill-in jock for top-40 station XL 106.7 in Orlando and commuted to Los Angeles on weekends for a part-time on-air shift at sister-station, 102.7 KIIS-FM.
Sisanie was presented with an honorary award from Edison Media Research 2008 “30 under 30” – A Nationwide search for 30 young- bright individuals with promising careers in the radio industry. You can occasionally catch her as an entertainment correspondent for EXTRA TV.
An enthusiasm for life is what keeps Sisanie continuously motivated! She enjoys spending time with her friends and family- especially her nephews and nieces. Among several things she enjoys in life, she loves to discover new sushi restaurants around town. She currently lives in Los Angeles, where her biggest passion resides – entertainment.
So sad and still so shocking...she had really nice things to say about him.
via usmagazine.com Jane Lynch understandably wasn't firing off her usual zingers speaking with Jay Leno on The Tonight Show on Wednesday July 17. Dutifully promoting her new game show Hollywood Game Night, the actress and entertainer, 53, fought back tears as she recalled her Glee costar Cory Monteith, whose July 13 death has Hollywood and fans worldwide reeling. "Cory had one of the biggest hearts, a real bright light. He was one of those guys. He knew he was breathing rarefied air -- the gift that this wonderful show gave us," said a somber Lynch, who played Coach Sue Sylvester opposite Monteith's lovable singing jock Finn Hudson.