For this album she achieved two recognitions for Best Singer, TVy Novelas Award and El Heraldo Award.
This album was a change in style, opting for more teen-oriented pop music.
To make matters better, she was hired by Pepsi Co International; in 1985 Pepsico found in Lucerito the most recognized youth image, so they chose her to be the spokesperson for their drink Mirinda. She made a special appearance in one episode of the series Mujer, Casos de la Vida Real.
In 1983, she was hired by Daniel Galindo for her first film called Coqueta (Coquette), which she shared credit with Pedrito Fernández, making her big screen debut.After almost two years, in 1984, Lucerito released her second album named Con Tan Pocos Años.This is how Raúl Velasco invited her to conduct and interpret the main theme of the musical pageant América, Esta Es Tu Canción.Still in 1982, Lucero released her first album, with Musart Records, Te Prometo (Eng: I promise you), later renamed just Él (Eng: Him).In order to get away from the shadow of Sergio Andrade's management, she signed to Melody Records the same year.
Due to the departure of the singer to another company, Musart did not promote this album, which resulted with sales lower than her previous albums.
In 1982, she starred her first telenovela, produced by Valentín Pimpstein, Chispita ("Little Spark"), alternating with great actors such as Enrique Lizalde, Angélica Aragón, among others.
Her acting brought her 2 awards, her first TVy Novelas Award and Azteca de Oro Award.
At that time she also performed in the program Juguemos a Cantar (Let's play to sing), in which she was the interpreter of the theme.
Following these opportunities, she received several offers in different programs, among them Chiquilladas (Childishness), making her first starring appearance in the series for children, where one of her more popular roles was in a Popeye skit as Olive Oyl.
This combination was a complete success with the audience and the film received two Diosa de la Plata Awards, including Breakthrough Performance for Lucerito.