" Magalenha " is a song by Brazilian musician Sérgio Mendes , featuring vocals from Brazilian musician Carlinhos Brown . It is the second track on his studio album Brasileiro (1992). The song was produced by Mendes and writer by Brown. The song was included on Brown's studio album Mixturada Brasileira (2012). [1] The single appears in the 1998 film Dance with Me and its soundtrack. [2]

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Though his early singles with Brasil '66 (most notably " Mas Que Nada ") met with some success, Mendes really burst into mainstream prominence when he performed the Oscar -nominated " The Look of Love " on the Academy Awards telecast in April 1968. Brasil '66's version of the song quickly shot into the top 10, peaking at No. 4 [2] and eclipsing Dusty Springfield 's version from the soundtrack of the movie, Casino Royale . Mendes spent the rest of 1968 enjoying consecutive top 10 and top 20 hits with his follow-up singles, " The Fool on the Hill " and " Scarborough Fair ." From 1968 on, Mendes was arguably the biggest Brazilian star in the world [1] and enjoyed immense popularity worldwide, performing in venues as varied as stadium arenas and the White House , where he gave concerts for both presidents Lyndon B. Johnson and Richard Nixon . [1] The Brasil '66 group appeared at the World Expo in Osaka, Japan in June 1970.

† Wade Robson and Mia Michaels were joint-winners along with Rob Marshall and John Deluca from Tony Bennett: An American Classic .

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