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Nobody anticipated that she would actually invest in a musical career. A southern Massachusetts student paid close attention to Valéria Almeida’s work in a program that was discussed on Twitter at the end of the week. Valéria Almeida is currently attempting to become one of the newest bets in Brazilian music.
Daniela Inácio is a 22-year-old UFMS psychology student. She returned to her home in Araçatuba (SP) over the holidays to take a brief break from work. She had been invited up until last Saturday (07) to Valéria Almeida’s pivotal performance on a city boat called Oficina dos Macacos.
According to the young person, the demo was performed after midnight and was essentially a cover of one of Selena Gomes’ hits. In other instances, Valéria also sang original songs and had her greatest success with the hit song “Habla.”
“Everyone sings a lot together because Selena is a young idol and occasionally, when Valeria isn’t dancing, she sings as well. It’s not great, but nobody really cares, to be honest. In reality, everyone was having fun and laughing, she recalls.
In addition, Valéria received praise for “abracing” Selena Gomez’s identity and “making her cara.” Someone even paid to take a photo of her. Was this the start of a new Brazilian star?
Despite her less than stellar review, the academic highlighted that the audience’s presence was due to the enjoyable “vibe” she was transmitting.
“I didn’t realize she would be there until after a while, but when I did, I was very alarmed by the way she had changed the cavalgada’s head. Not everyone is dancing to the beat; some people are making presentations.
Thanks to her work as a social media meme, Valéria Almeida was able to draw viewers to the show.
Given that Daniela and Valéria Almeida were squaring off, it was impossible to avoid asking the new singer if she reminded anyone of Selena Gomez. However, the answer is no.
“There is nothing similar. From a certain angle, they may even look similar, but the shapes of their faces and their trajectories are different.
When asked what she thought of the speech, the academic replied succinctly, “I thought it was horrifying, but I loved it.”