Even Layoffs are a Happy, Musical Affair at Univision

One of the casualties of Univision’s latest round of layoffs was Despierta América’s host Fernando Arau, who used his own morning show on Monday to say good-bye after 12 years of annoying entertaining Latinos on TV.

For the occasion, the pink-slipped Arau was treated by his co-hosts and family members with a real Mariachi band singing El Rey.

Ahhh…. if only everybody could be fired that way….

To watch Arau’s Mariachi farewell click here:

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6 Responses to Even Layoffs are a Happy, Musical Affair at Univision

  1. Jose Simian says:

    Yo también quiero volar.

  2. Antonio Rueda says:

    What a swell idea! (Too bad they didn’t choose Las Golondrinas, though. It was much more apt for the ocassion! ) A donde iran…..

  3. Raul says:

    Es surrealista!
    A la idiota que dijo “Que bien que ya no te tienes que levantar temprano” yo la mandaba a su casa tambien.

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  5. John says:

    Que impresionante:
    todo mundo sabe que univision boto a mas de 300 personas por falta de $$ y Arau fue uno de ellos. Pero tipica cadena de television crean un “adios” para cuidar su imagen…. patetico

  6. tere fernandez says:

    Que lastima que ya no vere a fernando por las mananas

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