After rocketing to fame co-starring in the Spanish telenovela El Paso Adelante, Beatríz Luengo enjoyed crossover success using the 2005 release of her debut pop album, Mi Generación. Delivered in Madrid on Dec 23, 1982, Luengo was six years when she uncovered American singer, celebrity, and dancer Liza Minnelli, whom she instantly stated as her idol. She afterwards examined ballet at Madrid’s Royal Academy of Dance, with age group ten teamed with a set of friends for a teenager pop trio dubbed Tatu, documenting an LP that continues to be unreleased. After some commercial areas, stage musicals, and little television transforms, Luengo produced her feature film debut in 2000’s Pasión Adolescente, accompanied by some telenovela gigs including Robles Investigador Privado and Un Comisario. In 2002 Luengo was ensemble as Dolores “Lola” Fernandez in El Pason Adelante, a string spotlighting several aspiring dancers and performers. When the present proved a industrial smash, manufacturers spun off Luengo and many co-stars as the group UPA Dance, documenting an recording that sold more than a million copies across European countries. Despite the achievement of both show as well as the group, Luengo however felt artistically stifled and in 2005 remaining El Paso Adelante to support a solo profession. Mi Generación adopted later that 12 months, with the name cut entering the very best Ten in France, Italy, and Portugal. BL made an appearance the following 12 months, going platinum in France, while digital product sales of 2008’s Carrousel proceeded to go 3 x platinum in Spain. In 2011, Luengo released her 4th solo recording, Bela con Sus Moskitas Muertas.