André Marinho

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André Marinho
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Born
André Marinho da Silva

(1978-12-04)December 4, 1978
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Occupationsinger
Spouse(s)Drika Marinho

André Marinho da Silva (Rio de Janeiro, December 4, 1978) is a Brazilian singer, songwriter and presenter. In 2003, he won the Popstars talent show and joined the Brazilian boy band Br'oz until 2005, with which he recorded two studio albums released in the group's career, Br'oz (2003) and Segundo Ato (2004).

In 2005 André began his career as a presenter, after being invited by Netinho de Paula to become host of the shows Quem Sabe Clica, and Fala Aí on TV da Gente. Participated in the programs Superpop, and Show of the People. In 2007 he releases his first solo album Livre para Voar. In 2008 he joined the pagoda group, Cupim na Mesa. In late 2011 he released his biography titled Do Lado de Cá. From 2012 to 2013 presented the Acesso Livre program, shown online. In 2016 she released her second album titled Tudo Preparado. In 2019 integrates two programs of RecordTV, the Power Couple and Canta Comigo.[1]

References[change | change source]

  1. "Conheça os casais do Power Couple". R7.com (in Portuguese). 2019-04-26. Retrieved 2019-11-24.