|Name:||Myriam Montemayor Cruz|
|Birth Day:||February 8, 1981|
|Birth Place:||Monterrey, Mexico|
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Mexican pop singer who is best recognized for having won the first season of the competition series La Academia. Myriam Montemayor Cruz later went on to serve as a judge for the series and is also known for her popular singles "Sin Ti Noo Hay Nada" and "Porque Soy Mujer".
With a passion for singing at an early age, Myriam Montemayor Cruz joined the La Academia reality show competition in 2002. After winning the competition series, Myriam Montemayor Cruz was signed to EMI Music for a contract of five years of five albums. Myriam Montemayor Cruz's first album was a compilation of the songs she sang during her competition, while her second album Una Mujer contained all new material.
In 2002, she was selected for the Mexican musical reality TV show La Academia. During this show she sang "Como la Flor", "Mudanzas", "De mi enamorate", "Él me mintió" and other songs. Her charm and personality, as well as her great interpretative talent, propelled her to become one of the most popular persons in the reality show. After 5 months on the show, she was announced the winner at the Season Finale in the Auditorio Nacional in Mexico City.
Myriam returned in 2007 with a tribute album to Ana Gabriel, Simplemente Amigos (also the name of the first single), which did not enter the top 10 in the Mexican charts. The album only reached 87 albums sold . The second single was "Mar & Arena".
EMI released a greatest hits album in August 2007 entitled The Best Of... Myriam, which includes all her singles plus a bonus disc that has the best songs that Myriam sang during La Academia. All the songs were digitally remastered.
On June 2, 2008 Myriam release a new album, Cambio de Piel, which she said was her best album so far. It is a pop album with notable composers such as Mario Domm and Reyli Barba. Stores in Mexico City, Veracruz, Monterrey and Guadalajara ran out of CDs on the first day of sale only because 210 albums were distributed in the country.
On September 7, 2008 Myriam first presented her show with Kika Edgar in the "Teatro Metropolitan". In 2008, the composer Armando Manzanero choose her to be part of his new album, Las Mujeres de Manzanero, where Myriam sang "Regresa a Mi" and, in 2009, went on tour with the Mexican composer and his cast of notable female artists.
In 2009, Myriam also participated in El Gran Desafio De Estrellas, a reality show competition produced by TV Azteca, where she won 2nd place in the final. During the last episode of this program Myriam made clear her desire to leave TV Azteca.
Throughout 2010, Myriam performed in private concerts around the Mexican Republic, and made appearances on Multimedios Television, with events such as "El Corazon Mas Grande" and "Unidos Somos Nuevo León" (the latter of these an effort relief after a devastating weather event in Nuevo León, Mexico).
In early 2011, Myriam released her 7th full-length album titled Regio Corazon, Alma Mexicana, which placed in Mexico's Top 100 list in Mexico for its first few weeks in the market. Promotion of the album was focused mainly in Monterrey and Mexico City, although Myriam presented herself in television programs, concert events, and radio stations throughout all of Mexico, as well as giving interviews to local (and non local) news.
Myriam announced on March 14, 2011 through a press release and through her Twitter that she was pregnant. She also mentioned that she would still continue promoting her album Regio Corazon, Alma Mexicana. A couple of months later, in July 2011, Myriam announced that she had given birth to her firstborn son, Frank Alejandro. Myriam has made known through Twitter that she will soon be back in the music world with a new album, which she made known will be tentatively called Irracional.
Myriam Montemayor Cruz was born and raised in Nuevo Leon, Mexico.
Currently, Myriam Montemayor Cruz is 41 years, 3 months and 17 days old. Myriam Montemayor Cruz will celebrate 42nd birthday on a Wednesday 8th of February 2023. Below we countdown to Myriam Montemayor Cruz upcoming birthday.