Mexican music, film and television star Patricia "Patty" Manterola is one of the most recognized names among Latinos in the US and around the world. Most currently, she performed as the co-host of Telemundo's "Siempre Niños" and "La Voz Kids" and is releasing her new single "Alalaleo." At a very young age she demonstrated a strong inclination towards the world of music and entertainment which helped her land a leading role in "Anita la Huerfanita" (Annie) at the age of eight. In 1989, she joined the popular music group Garibaldi. After all their success throughout Latin America, United States and Europe, she went on her own and launched her first solo album "Hambre de Amor." In 1994, she joined the world of telenovelas with the leading role in "Acapulco, Cuerpo, y Alma," which aired in more than 73 countries. She has taken important roles in major TV productions, including "Angeles," the Spanish-language version of the hit TV series "Charlie's Angels" as well as a special guest on "The Oprah Winfrey Show." Patricia starred in several feature films including "The City of Lost Souls," "The Dukes of Hazzard: Hazzard in Hollywood," "Carman: The Champion" and "The Perfect Game," among others. The double queen of Viña del Mar festival has released eight music albums, including "Niña Bonita," "Quiero Más," "Que El Ritmo No Pare," the official song of "The 2002 Cycling Tour of Spain" and the theme song for the "FIFA World Cup Korea - Japan 2002," which also included an English-language version entitled "The Rhythm," theme song for the Formula 1 Race: "Grand Prix of Europe." She currently resides in Los Angeles with her husband Forrest Kolb and three kids.