Nicole Moreno

Nicole Andrea Moreno (born 22 August 1987), also known as Luli (/ˈlli/LOO-lee) and Luli Love, is a Chilean model, dancer, and panelist.

Nicole Moreno
Born
Nicole Andrea Moreno

(1987-08-22) 22 August 1987 (age 34)

Santiago, Chile
Other names
  • Luli
  • Luli Love
Occupation Model, dancer, panelist
Children Francisco Javier
Parents
  • Julio Moreno (father)
  • María Angélica (mother)
Awards

The winner of several beauty pageants in Chile, she was Queen of the Viña del Mar Festival in 2016, a title given by the entertainment press to the most outstanding woman of the Viñamarino festival.[1][2]

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The daughter of María Angélica and Julio Moreno, Nicole Moreno is the oldest of three siblings. She spent her childhood in the commune of San Bernardo y la Cisterna, Santiago. From a very young age, the world of modeling and dancing caught her attention. According to Moreno, her greatest aspiration when she was a child was to be a catwalk model. Moreno started working at the age of 14, but soon discovered her early pregnancy with her son Francisco Javier. In her conservative home, she says, it was difficult to assimilate, but her family managed to accept it once the baby was born. According to her, she had to postpone her adolescence to raise her son. In an interview on 4 January 2013 she also spoke about suffering from bulimia.[3]

Moreno debuted on the Chilean juvenile court television program Mekano [es], broadcast by the channel Mega, in 2006. Her jump to fame came in 2007 when she was invited by Chilevisión to appear on the series SQP [es], where she showed her dances in Viña del Mar. In 2009, she was crowned Queen of the National Milk and Meat Festival [es] in Osorno, the largest festival in southern Chile.

In 2010 she worked with the comedian Ernesto Belloni [es] in the magazine Sensualísima.[4]

In 2011, she was invited by Channel 13 of Argentina to appear on Soñando por Bailar and Este es el show [es]. She was the creator of the personality Luli Love, characterized by her particular way of speaking, by wearing a lot of pink, and by making mistakes with names.[5] She formed a duo with the Chilean humorist Pedro Ruminot [es]. Nicole Moreno has been on different programs for more than a decade on Chilean television.[6][7]

In 2011, she was crowned Queen of the Pampilla Festival in Coquimbo.[4][8]

Moreno is also a businesswoman: in 2013 she opened a clothing store that bears her name.[9] That same year she participated in the Government of Chile’s campaign against discrimination.[10]

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