Mexican siger, actress, author and businesswoman Thalía is a veritable global phenomenon. Not only is she beloved for such Latin pop hits as "Amor a la Mexicana," "I Want You," "Tú y Yo," "No me enseñaste,” "Manías" and "Te Perdiste Mi Amor," but she’s equally admired for her role as Marimar in the spectacularly successful Las Tres Marias telenovela series which aired in over 180 countries and, in some, beat the World Cup in viewer ratings. Fans lucky enough to get their hands on Thalía concert tickets describe her LIVE shows as “enchanting,” “thrilling” and “unforgettable.” It’s no surprise, then, that this charismatic Latin diva has been invited to perform at the White House by both George W. Bush and Barack Obama, with the latter unable to resist Thalía’s invitation to dance the salsa! Thalía’s enthralling performances have not only wowed fans and critics, but many of her peers have voiced their admiration for her including Shakira, Ricky Martin, Julio Iglesias, Gloria Estefan and Michael Bublé. Thalía herself names such legendary personalities as Marilyn Monroe, Michael Jackson, Billie Holiday and Frank Sinatra as major influences in both her life and music.