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22-year-old Brazilian singer-songwriter Manu Gavassi 🇧🇷

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Who Is Manu Gavassi? Manu Gavassi is a 22-year-old Brazilian singer, songwriter and occasional actress. She first gained popularity in 2008 when she participated in the third season of the Brazilian version of the reality show Popstars, eventually becoming one of the winners of the competition. She then signed with Sony Music Entertainment and released her first single, "Faz Assim", which was a major success in Brazil. In 2020, Gavassi released her fourth studio album, “Chama”, which was certified gold in Brazil. Early Life Manu Gavassi was born on May 22, 1998 in São Paulo, Brazil. Her mother is an artist and her father is a businessman. She began taking guitar lessons when she was only 10 years old and started writing songs at the age of 12. At 14, she auditioned for Popstars and was eventually chosen to be part of the winning group. Career After winning Popstars in 2008, Manu Gavassi released her first solo album, "Manu", which went on to be certified gold in Brazil. It featured the successful singles “Faz Assim” and “Me Espera”. In 2011 she released her second studio album, "Sou Eu", which was also certified gold in Brazil. In 2015 she released her third studio album "Face A Face", followed by her fourth album "Chama" in 2020. She also appeared in several TV shows and movies as an actress. Awards & Achievements Manu Gavassi has been nominated for several awards during her career, including two Latin Grammy Awards for Best Pop Album and Best New Artist in 2014 and a Grammy Award for Best Latin Pop Album in 2016. She has won three MTV Video Music Awards Brazil for Best Female Artist (2008), Best Pop Artist (2011) and Best Music Video (2015). Personal Life Manu Gavassi is currently dating Brazilian actor Thiago Fragoso since 2017. The couple often posts pictures on their respective Instagram accounts. She also actively participates in several charity organizations such as Amigos do Bem, Instituto Ayrton Senna and Instituto Viva a Vida.