Tina More

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Tina More
Birth nameTittina Del Carmen Civile
Born (1983-06-30) 30 June 1983 (age 38)
Caracas, Venezuela

Tittina Del Carmen Civile (30 June 1983), [1] [2] also known as Tina More, is a Venezuelan electro house singer of Italian descent. One of her hits is Touch Me, released in 2009 and remixed in 2010. [3] [4]

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