• Anahí


    Anahí Giovanna Puente Portilla de Velasco (née Anahí Giovanna Puente Portilla), known mononymously as Anahí (Spanish pronunciation: [anaˈi ] born May 14, 1983), is a Mexican singer, songwriter, actress, recording artist, and dancer. In 1986, she started her career as a child actor at the age of two when she was cast on a Televisa production called Chiquilladas . She starred in many successful telenovelas, including Alondra (1995), Mujeres engañadas (1999), Primer amor, a mil por hora (2000), Clase 406 (2003), Rebelde (2004), RBD: La familia (2007) and Dos hogares (2011). She is one of the most followed Latin artists on social media, being called the Queen of Twitter by Mexican press, as she was the first Mexican person to reach a million followers on Twitter.

  • Anahi

  • Anahí Sosa

    Anahi Sosa (born (1982-09-12)12 September 1982) is an Argentine individual rhythmic gymnast. She represented her nation at international competitions. At the 2001 Pan American Gymnastics Championships she won the gold medal in the clubs event, and further a silver medal in the hoop and rope events and a bronze medal in the team all-around event. At the 2003 Pan American Games she won the bronze medal in the individual All-Around and hoops events. In 2006 she won three gold medal at the 2006 South American Games in the all-around, ball and ribbon events.

  • Anahí de Cárdenas

    Anahí Alejandra de Cárdenas Belmont (born June 14, 1983) is a Peruvian actress, model, dancer and singer.

  • Daniela Anahi Bessia

    Daniela Anahi Bessia(Chinese: 安达)is an Argentinean singer who lives in Shanghai. She is a writer, dancer, actor and model. Bessia's native language is Spanish. She is also proficient in English and Chinese.

  • List of awards and nominations received by Anahí

    List of awards and nominations received by Anahí

    Anahí is a Mexican singer, songwriter, actress, record producer and dancer.

  • Anahí (album)

    Anahí (album)

    Anahí is the first LP by Mexican singer Anahí. The songs were recorded when she was nine years old. However, it was hampered by a lack of recording and production cohesion and did not do well commercially. Anahí recorded this LP with Discos America in 1993. It is officially a promotional album – it is not considered an official album from Anahí's discography and is no longer available. The song "Te Doy Un Besito" served to close a children's show in Mexico and was the only track to promote the album. All the tracks were written by Daniel Garcia and Mario Schajris except "El Ratón Pérez" alongside Sciamerella.

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