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Patricia Ribeiro (Patricia Nogueira Ribeiro) was born on 11 October, 1981 in Almada, is a Singer,songwriter,model,dancer. Discover Patricia Ribeiro's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is She in this year and how She spends money? Also learn how She earned most of networth at the age of 39 years old?
|Popular As||Patricia Nogueira Ribeiro|
|Age||40 years old|
|Born||11 October 1981|
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Patricia Ribeiro Net Worth
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|Net Worth in 2021||$1 Million - $5 Million|
|Salary in 2020||Under Review|
|Net Worth in 2019||Pending|
|Salary in 2019||Under Review|
|Source of Income||Singer|
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In 2016, she started recording her fourth studio álbum "Chama Por Mim", produced by José Felix, announced a bonus track with Brazilian singer Gretchen and had the first single "Boys (Meu Principe Encantado)" with the music video recorded at Arpoador and Ipanema beaches, both located in the city of Rio de Janeiro, RJ – Brazil. The release of the track had great repercussion in Brazil, his first performances in some television programs "Mulheres", "Superpop", "A Tarde é Sua", "A Tarde é Show" and "Em Revista". After his return to Portugal, he released the single on some television shows in Portugal, "Portugal em Festa" and "Grande Tarde" by SIC. "After the success of the track, it was cherished as" Hit of Summer 2016 – Portugal " prompting speculation of alleged rivalry with singer Ruth Marlene, who has released the track "É Brutal." In an interview, the singer claimed there was no rivalry between the two and yes an exchange of barbs between the fans. The second single "O Amor e o Poder (Como uma Deusa)" was announced in May, with its passage in Brazil and after several comparisons in television programs in which they claimed "is the Portuguese Rosanah", in commemoration launched the music video on 6 July 2016, the same was recorded in São Paulo and had as model her husband Fábio Andrade. At the end of 2016 Patrícia Ribeiro was arrested and is in the Tires jail accused of having extorted about 400 thousand euros from a businessman who threatened to divulge photos of BDSM practices (bondage, domination, sadism and masochism). The artist and her boyfriend, both accused of qualified extortion, were arrested on 9 December 2016 after an investigation by the Lisbon Public Prosecutor's Office. She was eventually condemned to 7 years in prison.
In 2015, she released her Beat Sexy with eleven tracks, produced by José Felix. It included "Portugal em Festa" named after the Program Sociedade Independente de Comunicação. She took a third trip to Brazil to promote the album and to perform a new version of Lotaria do Amor, in São Paulo, with the participation of model Brazilian and also transsexual Thalita Zampirolli. After his return to Portugal, he began to release tracks on his new social networks "Põe-me KO" from the album "Beat Sexy". The music video was recorded in Lisbon, Portugal with the participation of actress Sara Norte. In that same year he returned to Brazil for presentations in television programs, interviews and concerts with participation of Rogéria and Léo Aquilla. The end of the "Beat Sexy" era was marked by the release of the single "Estou de Saida" in which only the audio was released on its official channel.
In 2012, she started recording her second album, produced by José Felix. Launched in 2013, Lotaria do Amor was awarded a gold record for sales exceeding 7500 units. Her first single (of the same name) gained radio play in multiple countries. In 2014, her autobiography Ontem Homem, Hoje Mulher was published by Chiado Editora.
On 4 November 2008, Ribeiro underwent a sex change operation at Hospital Santa Maria in Lisbon. In 2011 she decided to pursue a solo career and released her first work titled É Real, an album with eleven tracks, emphasizing dance music and Latin rhythms.
In 2004, she starred in a documentary aired on Sociedade Independente de Comunicação "Grande Reportagem" about the difficulties of transsexuals with their families, a theme that was then taboo, and impacting viewers of "Jornal da Noite".
In 2001, to promote his debut album "O Sonho Nasce" and the first single "Sabor do Teu Beijo" participated in several programs such as: Made In Portugal by RTP.
In the 2000s, after the youth groups he participated in, he attempted a solo career over the course of two years, even releasing a CD "O Sonho Nasce" at age 19 as Ricky, a popular singer who didn't avenge.
Patrícia Nogueira Ribeiro (born 11 October 1981), better known as Patrícia Ribeiro is a Portuguese transsexual singer, songwriter, model and dancer. She is contracted by DistriRecords label. She was the fourth person from her country to undergo sex reassignment surgery and be its first transsexual singer.
Patrícia was born Nuno Nogueira Ribeiro, in Cova da Piedade, Almada, 11 October 1981. He began his musical career at age eleven. He came to be known as Nuno, in youth group Onda Choc, joined in several children's and youth groups Jovens Cantores de Lisboa, directed by Ana Faria.