Mexican Female Singers
The Most Famous Mexican Female Singers
There are many famous female singers and actresses in Mexico.
Some of them are famous for their great looks, some for their angelic voices, others for their undisputed acting talent, and some for all of the above.
Belinda Peregrin Schüll
Belinda is the Mexican sweetheart, angel and new bright star that shines over Mexico and beyond. This multitalented young Mexican singer, songwriter and actress, was born on August 15, 1989 in Madrid, Spain. She moved with her parents to Mexico when she was only four years old and has lived there ever since.
Belinda has many great singles and has won prestige awards, such as the Best Solo Artist and the Video of the Year at the Latin American MTV Music Awards.
Paulina Rubio Dosamantes
Paulina Rubio was born on June 17, 1971 in Mexico City, Mexico. Her nickname “The Golden Girl” speaks for itself. A side from being one of the most famous Mexican female singers she also won many prestige awards, and has had gold and platinum albums in Mexico, United States, Columbia, Chile, Peru, etc.
Aracely Arambula Jacques
Aracely Arambula was born in Chihuahua, Mexico on March 6, 1975. This beautiful Mexican woman has great voice and vocal capabilities which is why her life performances are always spectacular. A side from singing she is also a very good actress and has had many roles in popular Mexican soap operas (Telenovelas).
On January first 2007 Aracely Arambula became a mother for a first time, and two years later she gave birth to another child. The lucky father is the Mexican superstar Luis Miguel who is crazy about Aracely and his two sons.
Dulce Maria Espinoza Savińón
This beautiful Mexican singer and actress was born on December 6, 1985 in Mexico City, Mexico. She gained the international fame as a member of the pop group RBD and as playing the role of the Roberta in a popular Mexican soap opera “Rebelde”.
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