Who is Anitta?

ANITTA has firmly established herself as a Brazilian music star.

She has gradually risen through the ranks in the music industry to establish herself as a household name beyond the shores of her home country.

Who is Anitta?

Larissa de Macedo Machado, popularly known as Anitta, was born on March 30, 1993, in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

Anitta is a singer, songwriter, dance, and actress who is currently signed to Warner Music Records.

Her rise to fame was after she released her 2013 single, Show das Poderosas.


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During her career, she has won five MTV Europe Music Awards for Best Brazilian Act.

Her genre of music is Latin pop.

What is Anitta's net worth?

The Brazilian singer has an estimated net worth of about $50million, according to Celebrity Net Worth.

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Her source of wealth is said to be from her music career.

She also earns income as an actress and a TV personality.

Additionally, brand endorsements and sponsorships have been a major source of income for her.

Is Anitta married?

In November 2017, Anitta married Brazilian businessman, businessman Thiago Magalhaes.

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However, the pair separated in September 2018.

Currently, it is unclear whether Anitta has children or not.

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