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Brazilian pop superstar Anitta arrives at the Latin American Music Awards

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Brazilian pop superstar Anitta says she feels "hopeful" about the pandemic and thinks "things are coming back" as she arrives on the red carpet for the Latin American Music Awards in Sunrise, Florida. IMAGES

Added on the 16/04/2021 01:43:54 - Copyright : AFPTV - First images

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