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Although Carmen never returned to Portugal, she retained her Portuguese nationality.
In Brazil, her parents had four more children: Amaro (born 1911), Cecília (1913–2011), Aurora (1915–2005) and Óscar (born 1916).
Despite being stereotyped, Miranda's performances popularized Brazilian music and increased public awareness of Latin culture.
She focused on nightclub appearances and became a fixture on television variety shows.
and settled in Rio de Janeiro, where he opened a barber shop.
Her mother followed in 1910 with their daughters, Olinda (1907–1931) and Carmen.
Miranda's 1930 recording of "Taí" ("Pra Você Gostar de Mim"), written by Joubert de Carvalho, catapulted her to stardom in Brazil as the foremost interpreter of samba. In 1943 Miranda starred in Busby Berkley's The Gang's All Here, which was noted for its musical numbers with the fruit hats that became her trademark.
During the 1930s Miranda performed on Brazilian radio and appeared in five Brazilian chanchadas, films celebrating Brazilian music, dance, and the country's carnival culture. By 1945, she was the highest-paid woman in the United States. Although she was hailed as a talented performer, her popularity waned by the end of World War II.