Tr3s: MTV, Música y Más, the bilingual/bicultural network for the US Latino audience, brings a brand-new voice and flavor to the brand with the introduction of Karli Henriquez, who is the network’s new go to source for Hollywood happenings and chisme. Every week, Karli will be seen on-the-scene anchoring Tr3s’ entertainment news show “Lo Que Te Pica” and “Karli from the Blog”, where she will post her celebrity adventure on Tr3s.com. From catching up with the hottest artists backstage, to interviewing celebs on the red carpet and getting the latest scoop on movie premieres, Karli Henriquez offers exclusive behind-the-scenes access you won’t find anywhere else.
Karli Henriquez is a young Latina inspired by her abuela and Latin mogul Jennifer Lopez to pursue her passion of the arts and entertainment. “Karli from the Blog” is her own creative tweak on “Jenny from the Block. With an ever-growing group of- loyal, down-to-earth, free-spirited Latina fans, Karli Henriquez brings passion to all her projects. Her ability to deliver quality information fast and accurately compliments her creativity and drive to be one of the best in the entertainment industry.
One of her biggest dreams is to work alongside her favorite entertainers, George Lopez. As far as we know pursuing her continuing passions will not be an obstacle for Karli. She always strives to be a source and inspiration for the modern Latina.
The Mexican/Salvadoran beauty joined the MTV Tr3s family in 2007, as the network’s on-air VJ personality. Since then she’s continued sharpening her unique interviewing style thanks to her coverage of major industry events, including the ALMA and Grammy awards. Her charisma and charm landed her on her own reality show, “Karlifornia” on the Viacom network. Karli started at the young age of 18 and in college she landed an internship at Clear Channel Communications’ Top 40 radio station, KIIS-FM, Los Angeles, where she eventually evolved as part of the stations street team, and later correspondent for one of KIIS-FM’s most highly rated programs, the “JoJo On The Radio” show.