Who is Wanessa Godói Camargo Buaiz?

Who is Wanessa Godói Camargo Buaiz? The entertainment and music world knows her as Wanessa Camargo. Camargoia Brazilian singer andsongwriter of pop music and romantic music. She is the daughter of Brazilian sertanejo singer Zezé Di Camargo from the duo Zezé Di Camargo & Luciano.

She was born on December 28, 1982 . Buaiz was also the spokesperson for various different brands, such as   Maybelline, and several products based on her image targeting young   girls (dolls, shoes, make-up) were released.

Currently,   besides being a singer, Wanessa is also the ambassadress in the   non-governamental organization SOS Mata Atlântica, which defends the   preservation of the Atlantic Forest. Due to her hard work in promoting the NGO and its goals, and also working for the depollution of the Tietê river, in São Paulo, Wanessa was awarded in 2007 with the Pro-Social Award from Brazil'sNickelodeon channel,[1] and later received the Personality of the Year title from the Cisesp.[2]

  The   music 'Fallinf for You' was ranked in the 2nd position on the U.S. LGBT   music internatinal website Masterbeat. Wanessa has a great success with   the LGBT people in Brazil, and she supports the same-sex marriage in the country.[3]


  After   marrying the businessman Marcus Buaiz on May 26., Wanessa kept working   on her new album with Nashville producer Jason Deere and Miami producer   Cesar Lemos. After many delays due to the record company, her new   album, Total, was released on August 25, 2007. Its first single, Não Tô Pronta Pra Perdoar, is a version of Dixie Chicks' 2007 Grammy Award-winning song Not Ready To Make Nice, authorized by the own trio.

  In March, 2008, Wanessa went to Miami to record a musical partnership with Mexican trio Camila, in a special rendition of Camila's 2006 hit song Abrázame. The partnership was included in both Camila's Todo Cambió album in its Brazilian edition and in Wanessa's Total re-release.

  In April 2008, the singer started her new national tour, named after her sixth album. Her following album, Meu Momento,was released on June 2009, with the singer taking out her last name from   her artistic name. The album includes a new song featuring American rapper Ja Rule in two different versions, with Wanessa singing in Portuguese in the version named "Meu Momento" and singing in English in the version named   "Fly".[4] "Fly" was released as a single in Brazil in April, with "Meu Momento" added to her album as a bonus track; no word has surfaced yet about whether Ja Rule intends or not to release "Fly" in the U.S. The song is ranked   number #1 on Crowley/Brazil.[5]



AlbumYearSalesCertification (ABPD)Gravadora
Wanessa CamargoNovember 2000250,000[citation needed]2x Platinum[citation needed]RCA Records/BMG
Wanessa CamargoNovember 2001200,000[citation needed]3x Platinum[citation needed]RCA Records/BMG
Wanessa CamargoDecember 2002250,000[citation needed]3x Platinum[citation needed]RCA Records/BMG
Transparente Ao VivoApril 2004300,000[citation needed]Platinum[citation needed]RCA Records/Sony BMG
WAugust 2005100,000[citation needed]Gold[citation needed]RCA Records/Sony BMG
TotalAugust 2007100,000 [4]Platinum [5]RCA Records/Sony BMG
Meu MomentoJune 200930,000
RCA Records/Sony Music


  • Total (CD Zero) (2007)
  • Você Não Perde Por Esperar (2010)


Telenovelas (Soap operas)
TV shows


O Amor Não Deixa2000
Apaixonada por Você[6]2001
Eu Posso te Sentir2001
Eu Quero Ser o seu Amor2001
Tanta Saudade2002
Gostar de Mim2002
Um Dia... Meu Primeiro Amor2002
Sem Querer2003
Filme de Amor2003
Me Engana que Eu Gosto2004
Metade de Mim2004
Amor, Amor2005
Não Resisto a Nós Dois2006
Não Tô Pronta Pra Perdoar2007
Abrázame (featuring Camila)2008
Fly (featuring Ja Rule)[7]2009
Não Me Leve a Mal (Let Me Live)2009
Falling For You (featuring Mr. Jam)2010
Worth It2010
Stuck On Repeat2010

Non-official singles

Me Pega De Jeito (Me Pega De Jeito Ou Não Pega)2008
Independente (Ladies Night)2008


Prêmio Multishow de Música Brasileira:
  • 2001: Best New Artist
Meus Prêmios Nick (Brazil's Kids Choice Award):
  • 2007: Pro-Social Award
Centro de Integração Cultural e Empresarial de São Paulo (Cisesp):
  • 2007: Personality of the Year title
Prêmio iBest:
  • 2008: Best Celebrity Blog (Audience Choice)
Prêmio Jovem Brasileiro:
  • 2008: Best Young Female Singer
  • 2009: Best Young Female Singer
  • 2010: Best Young Female Singer
  • 2010: Best Young Music Video ("Não Me Leve A Mal (Let Me Live)")
Troféu Imprensa:
  • 2010: Best Female Singer (Audience Choice)
Troféu Mzotv Multimídia de Música:
  • 2009: Special MZOTV Award (10 years of musical career)

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