Cuban-born Raquel Bigorra began her career at age 17 as a model in her home country. In 1994, she was one of Cuban singer Alfredo Rodríguez’s back-up singers and hosted the televison program Pasacalle.
She studied Spanish and literature in Havana and worked on the program Ecos de la Moda for the international channel ECO as well as other cable television programs.
She later went on to host the game show Todo se Vale alongside Dominican Vielka Valenzuela. In 2003 she began hosting Nuestra Casa.
Towards the end of 2004, she recorded an album called Y No Me Importa, which included 10 songs that fused reggaetón with pop, cumbia, and other Latin rhythms.
In 2006 she participated in the second season of Cantando por un Sueño and now returns to hosting with TV Azteca program Reina por un Día in México.