Giselle was eliminated on the third week of Dancing With The Stars.
Giselle's partner on Dancing With The Stars was Jonathan Roberts.
Giselle was engaged to Ron Kershaw, but he died of pancreatic cancer and liver cancer before they were married.
In 1983, Giselle landed her first job on TV as a reporter for KRDO in Pueblo, Colorado.
Giselle would love to open a deli serving only healthy and natural foods called The Flat Belly Deli.
Giselle loves to go running, hiking and play tennis.
Giselle has three dogs.
Giselle is an avid collector of the work of famous women photographers and Latin American art.
In 2005, Giselle received the Achievement Award for Entertainment given by Hispanic Magazine.
Giselle was a spokeswoman for "Race For The Cure."
Giselle is on the board of trustees for Childrens Hospital Los Angeles.
Giselle has written articles for the magazines Shape and Living Fit.
Giselle spends her free time giving lectures on the subjects of Latina empowerment, education and reading, health and fitness, spas, and alternative approaches to medicine and healing.
Giselle's ethnic heritage inspired her to refer to herself as the original "Kosher Burrito," because her mother was Jewish and her father was Hispanic.
Giselle directed the movie End Game.
Giselle has played a newscaster in movie such as End Game, Mother Knows Best, The Hot Chick and Wag the Dog.
In November of 2002, Giselle married John Farrand. As of 2007, they are still married.
In 2002, Giselle worked as a morning news anchor In Los Angeles for KTLA Morning News.
In 2005, Giselle co-hosted an infomercial with Susan Lucci, and her "Youthful Essence" skin care product.
In 1982, Giselle graduated from Sacramento State University with a degree in journalism.
Giselle is 5'11 1/2" tall.
Giselle Fernandez: I used to sit there and think, 'Why does everything that tastes good have to be bad for you? Why can't I love butter?' I love spaghetti and meat sauce, and I love doughnuts and candy and chocolate and buttered popcorn -- all those things that are sinful. As I've gotten more wise and savvy about being healthy, I've realized that you don't have to give up any of these things. If you're just a little smart and a little creative, you can have all the things you really love. You just have to learn to prepare them in a really healthy way.