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Mauricio Umansky's ski trip with with Anitta keeps making headlines. Here's why

The Brazilian singer posted a video of herself dancing with a shirtless Umansky, who is separated from his "Real Housewives" star wife, Kyle Richards.

Mauricio Umansky is boogying down in Aspen with Brazilian singer Anitta and her pals.

The Agency founder, who is separated from his wife, “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” star Kyle Richards, appeared shirtless and spraying champagne in a group of wild videos he and Anitta both posted Dec. 21 in their Instagram stories.

The duo hit the town to celebrate DJ Pedro Sampaio's birthday at a restaurant in the winter vacation hotspot. (Sampaio also shared his own batch of videos showing the festivities.)

Mauricio Umansk and Anitta
Mauricio Umansky, right, poses with singer Anitta, DJ Pedro Sampaio, and another friend during a night out in Aspen to celebrate Sampaio's birthday.@anitta via Instagram

In the videos, Umansky, 53, can be seen grinning and dancing while Anitta, 30, dressed in pants and a Moschino sports bra, shimmied and twerked alongside him.

The pair paused frequently to spray champagne from spray guns as they partied the night away.

The “Used to Be” singer appeared cozy with Umansky during the outing, repeatedly leaning in close to the dad of four.

Anitta rested her head on Umansky's torso in a follow-up video on Dec. 22 that showed the pair doing shots with friends.

Mauricio Umansk and Anitta
Umansky and Anitta hit the dance floor together, where the pair sprayed champagne from spray guns.@anitta via Instagram

The Latin music superstar shared another cheeky video from the getaway that showed her and YouTube star LeLe Pons — who competed alongside Umansky on the most recent season of “Dancing with the Stars" — skiing down a mountain wrapped in nothing but bath towels while sipping champagne.

In her caption, Anitta revealed that Umansky had filmed the video.

Mauricio Umansk and Anitta
The Brazilian singer wore a Moschino sports bar while Umansky opted to take his shirt off later in the night.@anitta via Instagram

Anitta has been a household name across Latin America for nearly a decade.

In 2022, she shook up the U.S. music industry with her global chart-topper, “Evolver.” The EDM and reggaeton crossbreed was on her fifth studio album, “Versions of Me,” and hit the No. 1 spot on Billboard's global chart, excluding the U.S., in 2022.

Curious to learn more about Anitta? We’re breaking down everything you need to know.

Anitta has a music career that spans a decade

Known to fans by her stage name Anitta, the singer was born in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, on March 30, 1993, with a different, less mononymous moniker: Larissa de Macedo Machado, per NPR.

The artist has been building her music career in Brazil for the last decade, and she released her self-titled debut album in 2013.

In a Feb. 1 interview with, the singer spoke about launching a new era in her career as a worldwide brand saying, “In Brazil, I got the recognition before, but internationally, it’s amazing because I’ve just started a brand new career.” 

'Versions of Me' is Anitta's 5th studio album and 1st Grammy nomination

In her interview with, the now 30-year-old said she felt inspired to explore the “different versions of herself” while making the album.

“I wanted to show different types of music that I like singing,” she explained. “Like different versions of myself. I’m fascinated by people’s music — the different countries and cultures. I love traveling and getting to know the way people consume music, the way people create music. It’s really special when I can travel and get to know a new culture, sing, and get that feeling running through my blood.”

The "Versions of Me" album cover art nods at the literal versions of Anitta there have been in the over the years — including the surface level. The singer has been open about her plastic surgery procedures, telling Nylon she's had "hundreds."

She speaks multiple languages and sings in English, Spanish, and Portuguese for 'Versions of Me'

According to Anitta, Portuguese is her first language, and she mastered English when she was a child. Years later, the singer says she learned Spanish when her song “Show Das Poderosas” became popular in Madrid.

"I went to Spain to sing for a radio show, and I didn’t understand anything that people were telling me," she told "So I decided to start learning Spanish, and I loved it. And I started singing (in that language)."

Anitta told NPR that she also learned Italian and French.

You might recall her wildly popular single 'Envolver' inspired a TikTok dance craze

In March 2022, Anitta’s dance moves for “Envolver” inspired TikTokers to take to dance floors, floor pools, and more.

Hashtags like #AnitaChallenge and #Envolver quickly went viral and set the social platform on fire as users attempted to replicate her hip-bumping moves in the music video for the single.

She set a Guinness World Record in 2022

In July 2022, Guinness World Records announced that the singer's massive success had landed her the No. 1 spot on Spotify in March 2022. The achievement made the singer the first solo Latin artist to claim the position in history. This pretty rad achievement earned the artist a spot on the Guinness World Record website.

According to the site, four months after “Envolver” debuted, the song had racked up 6.39 million streams worldwide. 

She was listed on Forbes's '30 Under 30 In Music' list

Back in November, the American business magazine hailed the singer for her contributions to the Latin music market in the United States, citing her hit single “Envolver” and the 500 million Spotify streams it had achieved at the time. 

Forbes put the singer up amongst the likes of renowned Latin artists like Becky G and Rauw Alejandro, describing her as a reason as to why Latin music was‘“predicted to generate over $1 billion in revenue in the United States in 2022.”

She co-hosted the 2022 Latin Grammys

Anitta teamed up with the following artists to host the 2022 Latin Grammys in November: Luis Fonsi, Laura Pausini and Thalia. The 29-year-old has also been nominated for a Latin Grammy eight times.

She says she refuses to 'get lost' in fame

During a May 2022 Q&A with Anitta for Interview magazine, Columbian rapper J Balvin spoke with the singer about her family and background.

"My dad is Black. My mom is Latin. And I was born and raised in the streets, in the ghetto," she said. "I used to wake up and see dead bodies at my door. Nowadays, even though I have the opportunity to have everything, I don’t care. I don’t even know how much money I have. If someone calls me asking for help, for donations, I say, ‘Take it.’” 

“When we get fame, we can get lost in this game and forget who we are,” she added. “For me, it was never about getting famous and rich. It was about changing my people’s lives, my country’s life.”

Mauricio Umansk and Anitta
@anitta via Instagram
Mauricio Umansk and Anitta
@anitta via Instagram