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Rouge performing during their last tour in April 2018. (L–R) Lu Andrade, Aline Wirley, Li Martins, Fantine Thó and Karin Hils.
Rouge performing during their last tour in April 2018. (L–R) Lu Andrade, Aline Wirley, Li Martins, Fantine Thó and Karin Hils.
Background information
OriginSão Paulo, Brazil
Years active
  • 2002 (2002)—2006 (2006)
  • 2017 (2017)—2019
MembersAline Wirley
Fantine Thó
Karin Hils
Li Martins
Lu Andrade

Rouge are a Brazilian pop girl group formed in 2002, through the SBT and Disney Channel talent show Popstars produced by RGB Entertainment. The group comprised singers Aline Wirley, Fantine Thó, Karin Hils, Li Martins (then known as Patrícia Lissah) and Lu Andrade.

The group's debut studio album, the best-selling self-titled Rouge (2002), sold more than 2 million copies in Brazil. The success of the album was boosted by the songs "Não Dá pra Resistir", "Beijo Molhado" and, mainly, "Ragatanga", which helped to establish the group on a national platform. Their follow-up album, C'est La Vie (2003) produced the singles "Brilha La Luna", "Um Anjo Veio Me Falar" and "Vem Cair na Zueira", sold over 1 million copies. After the departure of Andrade, the four remaining members continued and released the albums Blá Blá Blá (2004) and Mil e Uma Noites (2005). The group disbanded in June 2006, when the contract with Sony Music was not renewed.

Measures of their success include, have sold 6 million records sales,[1] becoming the most successful pop girl group in Brazil and Latin America, Under the guidance of their mentor and entrepreneur, music producer Rick Bonadio, they embarked on sold-out tours throughout Brazil and several countries in Latin America, Europe and Africa. They were also stars of commercials and television programs, as well as the faces of various licensed products such as sticker albums, sandals and dolls.

On September 12, 2017, they reformed for a second time, this time as a five-members,[2] to celebrate a fifteen-year birthday, embarked on a tour of sold-out shows all over Brazil, the 15 Anos Tour.[3] In followed, he released his first unreleased song since 2005, "Bailando". And, on February 1, 2019 the fifth studio album, Les 5inq, was released. On January 24, 2019, a new hiatus was announced for an indefinite time. It is unknown if Rouge will reunite after this new hiatus.

References[change | change source]

  1. "Por Onde Anda: Rouge". MSN Brasil. 12 September 2017. Archived from the original on 6 October 2013. Retrieved 27 April 2020.
  2. "Rouge anuncia show no Rio com formação original". G1. 12 September 2017.
  3. "Rouge está de volta para show no Rio de Janeiro: saiba como conseguir ingressos". Terra (in Brazilian Portuguese). Archived from the original on 2018-08-15. Retrieved 2020-04-27.

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