Netflix to make new documentary on Anitta, Brazil’s biggest pop star
By Oojal Kour Dhanjal - July 13, 2018
Titled, “Vai Anitta” this original will be unrestricted and uncensored, providing a glimpse into her personal life.
Anitta, Brazil’s biggest pop star and social-media personality, will be the subject of a Netflix original that is set to debut in 2018. Titled “Vai Anitta” (Go Anitta) this original promises “unrestricted and uncensored” access to the 25-year-old superstar, giving us a glimpse of what goes on behind the scenes at her shows, her interactions with fans, and her personal life. The series will be produced by Shots Studios’ CEO and co-founder John Shahidi, who manages the Brazilian singer.
Anitta has hit singles including Downtown, Paradinha and Vai Malandra. She’s worked with Major Lazer, Iggy Azalea, J Balvin and Maluma. In 2016, Anitta sang with Gilberto Gil and Caetano Veloso in the Olympic Summer Games opening ceremony in Rio de Janeiro. The popular singer has appeal not just in Brazil and Latin America but worldwide. She has the largest social-media following of any woman in Brazil, with 29.4 million Instagram followers, 9.2 million YouTube subscribers, 12.6 million Facebook followers and 7.3 million Twitter followers, 13 million monthly Spotify listeners.
Netflix Brasil tweeted about the upcoming Anitta documentary on Thursday:
— Netflix Brasil (@NetflixBrasil) July 12, 2018