Dulce María Espinosa Saviñón, born December 6, 1985, is a Mexican actress, authoress, singer-songwriter, poet, visual artist and designer.
Dulce began acting in telenovelas and was eventually cast as one of the main characters in Rebelde in 2004. The success of Rebelde, launched RBD. In 2010, after the split up of RBD, she officially launched the first single from her debut solo album, Extranjera - Primera Parte and In 2011, Extranjera Segunda Parte. Currently has released their current album, Sin Fronteras, which is certified platinum and its tour Sin Fronteras Reloaded Tour is conquering the European continent.
In July, 2010, she performed the song on the acclaimed Premios Juventud, and earned critical praise.
In 1996, when she was only 11 years old, Dulce joined the Mexican music group Kids. They were very popular among children in Mexico and released two hit singles, La mejor de tus sonrisas and Prende el switch. In 1999, Dulce left the group for personal reasons. After her departure, she and her then-boyfriend, Daniel Habif, also an ex-member of Kids, start their own group called D&D. They recorded five songs, and then split up. In early 2000, Dulce replaced Angie in Jeans, a female Latin pop group. She left that group after two years due to management problems.
Following her success as a child star, Dulce pursued her career as an actress until 2007. Then, in November 25, 2008, Dulce collaborated with Tiziano Ferro and Anahí on a song called El Regalo Más Grande.
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