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  • Tânia Ribas de Oliveira

    Portuguese television hostess. Born in the parish of São Jorge de Arroios in Lisbon on 18 June 1976, and was baptized in the Church of Our Lady of the Conception of Queluz on 16 January 1977. Wikipedia

  • Júlio Isidro

    Portuguese television presenter, radio announcer and entertainer. Hired by RTP to host the daily youth programme Programa Juvenil with Lídia Franco, Isidro had appeared on the show a couple of years earlier as part of the Camões Secondary School choir. Wikipedia

  • Sónia Araújo

    Portuguese TV hostess, known for her work in the Portuguese talk show Praça da Alegria. She participated in the 2007 edition of the Eurovision Dance Contest, in which she won the fifth place. Wikipedia

  • José Carlos Malato

    Portuguese TV presenter, radio broadcaster, copywriter and college teacher. Gay. Wikipedia

  • Rita Redshoes

    Solo musical artist from Portugal. Album in 2000 entitled love.noises.and.kisses. Wikipedia

  • Jorge Gabriel

    Portuguese television presenter. The TV shows presented by him included Quem Quer Ser Milionário? (the Portuguese version of Who Wants to Be a Millionaire), Praça da Alegria, O Preço Certo em Euros (the Portuguese version of The Price Is Right), O Cofre (the Portuguese version of The Vault) and Sabe Mais do que um Miúdo de 10 Anos? (the Portuguese version of Are You Smarter Than a 5th Grader?). Wikipedia

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