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Alicia Villarreal (born Martha Alicia Villarreal Esparza on 31 August 1974, in Monterrey, Nuevo León, Mexico) is a Mexican latin grammy award-winning singer. Villarreal first performed the song Mundo De Juguetes at Pipo, a national TV show her parents took her to. Her first professional performance was at a church fund-raiser. In 1995, Grupo Límite, group of Musica Grupera with her as lead singer, started touring with the more famous Grupo Bronco.
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