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Latin pop singer from Puerto Rico Millie (born Milagros Ninette Corretjer Maldonado) made her debut in show business at the age of 15 while hosting a children-oriented TV show called La Ola Nueva. In 1992 the young and talented artist had the opportunity to sign up to EMI Latin, releasing Sola in 1995, featuring "Estaremos Juntos," performed along with Salvadorian Alvaro Torres. After issuing 1997's Emociones, Rudy Pérez produced 1999's Amar Es Un Juego, featuring a Spanish version of Diane Warren's "How Do I Live." In 2000, Millie joined Under Suspicion's movie soundtrack with a song called "No Quiero Llorar." After 2000's Mis Mejores Exitos became another native success, Millie signed to RCA International in 2002, releasing a self-titled album helmed by Enrique Iglesias producer Rafael Perez Botija.
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