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Verónica Orozco

About Verónica Orozco

She started out as a child star on the Colombian television show Oki Doki, which launched a band by the same name. Three albums later, Veronica Orozco (along with her famous sister Ana Maria) was a household name. She continued to act in numerous television shows, including Bogota 2016, Las Noches de Luciana and La Lectora. In 2006, Orozco returned to music with her self-titled debut on EMI Colombia. The album's rather naughty cover and lesbian-suggestive lyrics caused controversy in Colombia, which undoubtedly has only added to her media presence.

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Verónica Orozco

She started out as a child star on the Colombian television show Oki Doki, which launched a band by the same name. Three albums later, Veronica Orozco (along with her famous sister Ana Maria) was a household name. She continued to act in numerous television shows, including Bogota 2016, Las Noches de Luciana and La Lectora. In 2006, Orozco returned to music with her self-titled debut on EMI Colombia. The album's rather naughty cover and lesbian-suggestive lyrics caused controversy in Colombia, which undoubtedly has only added to her media presence.

About Verónica Orozco

She started out as a child star on the Colombian television show Oki Doki, which launched a band by the same name. Three albums later, Veronica Orozco (along with her famous sister Ana Maria) was a household name. She continued to act in numerous television shows, including Bogota 2016, Las Noches de Luciana and La Lectora. In 2006, Orozco returned to music with her self-titled debut on EMI Colombia. The album's rather naughty cover and lesbian-suggestive lyrics caused controversy in Colombia, which undoubtedly has only added to her media presence.

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About Verónica Orozco

She started out as a child star on the Colombian television show Oki Doki, which launched a band by the same name. Three albums later, Veronica Orozco (along with her famous sister Ana Maria) was a household name. She continued to act in numerous television shows, including Bogota 2016, Las Noches de Luciana and La Lectora. In 2006, Orozco returned to music with her self-titled debut on EMI Colombia. The album's rather naughty cover and lesbian-suggestive lyrics caused controversy in Colombia, which undoubtedly has only added to her media presence.

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