Gisselle's favorite colors are green and pink.
Gisselle: I would love, love, love to meet Beyoncé! She's amazing.
Gisselle's favorite sport is soccer.
Gisselle: If you look at my webpage you can see a soccer ball on the top shelf just like in my real room.
(about her bedtime)
Gisselle: My bedtime is around 8:30 or 9:00 p.m. at the most. I have to make sure to get plenty of sleep so I can be fully energized each morning when I cartwheel down the red carpet.
Gisselle is presently 14 years old, but began hosting for Kids' WB when she was 13, according to her official site and a reply to a question at her Ask Gisselle section on the Kids' WB website.
(about her favorite food)
Gisselle: I love burgers, fries and a large soda! But I make sure to eat fruit and vegetables every day – gotta keep my Pillow Head Hair strong!
Gisselle: I would say the best Pillow Head Hair celeb would be John Leguizamo from Ice Age The Meltdown (he does the voice of Sid the sloth). His hair is all over the place, just the way I like it.
(about actress Ashley Tisdale)
Gisselle: I've met her a couple of times – at the red carpet premiere for The Greatest Game Ever Played and The Shaggy Dog to name a few. She's really nice and she can really do the Pillow Head dance.
Gisselle: My prized belonging would have to be my dogs. I don't know what I'd do without them.
Gisselle's favorite Loonatics Unleashed character is Lexi Bunny.
Gisselle: That rabbit's got super powers and style.
Gisselle's favorite show from the Kids' WB cartoon lineup is Coconut Fred's Fruit Salad Island, which she has hosted during her Pillow Head Hour block on several occasions.
(asked if she prefers cereal or French toast for breakfast)
Gisselle: That's a really hard choice! I think I'll choose French toast with extra syrup, powdered sugar and bananas on top please!
Gisselle's favorite movie is the 2004 romance, The Notebook, and she loved the performance by actress Rachel McAdams.
(in answer to what is her favorite Pokemon)
Gisselle: I love pikachu! He's so adorable. I love the way he says "Pikachuuuuuuuuuu".
Gisselle appeared on the Reading by 9 Storytelling Stage along with others at the 11th Annual Los Angeles Times Festival of Books during the dates of April 29-30, 2006 at UCLA.
(her testimonial for Cynthia Bain's young actor class)
Gisselle: Cynthia's class is awesome I have so much fun, I learn, and gain so much experience and the best of all is that I never stop learning. This class ROCKS!!!! She is the best and I thank her for everything.
Gisselle is real-life friends with singer/actress JoJo, the two met at the movie premiere for JoJo's first feature film, Aquamarine.
When interviewing famous stars during movie premieres at red carpet events, Gisselle asks off-the-wall questions such as, "What does your breath smell like in the morning?" or "Could you imitate the sound your alarm clock makes?" She also sometimes comes up with a phrase such as toe-chillin' (which is when your feet are sticking out from under the covers of your bed and becoming cold) and asks the stars what they think the word means.
Gisselle responded to a viewer's question during the Pillow Head Hour that she had the nickname, "snorkel" given to her by her brothers when she was younger because she always would have a large tuft of her hair sticking up and it resembled that.
Gisselle is of hispanic heritage.
When she has time away from her busy schedule, Gisselle enjoys roller skating, bike riding and shopping.
She is a native Californian.
Gisselle is very down-to-earth with her fans and personally responds to viewers' questions and comments submitted at her special Ask Gisselle section on the Kids' WB website.
When she was 6 years old she was accepted at the National Academy of Performing Arts, where she studied ballet, jazz, hiphop, acting, and voice over work.
Her official website is www.gissellecastellanos.com
She is most known as the reporter for the Pillow Head Hour wakeup cartoon block which airs on Kids' WB every Saturday morning. Gisselle is easily identified by her trademark unkempt pillow head hair.
She was a student at Cynthia Bain's Young Actor Studio.