Bebel Gilberto, Sergio Mendes, Carlinhos Brown are on the soundtrack of "Rio" and talked to Glamurama as soon as the press conference of the movie ended. Anne Hathaway, who dubs the protagonist, said she was the only girl in the cast, but soon afterward, apologized for having forgotten to Bebel, who also lends his voice to a toucan. "It was because of her that I fell in love with Brazil," said Anne. Bebel returned the compliment, and then the actress pretended to almost faint with happiness. "I can die now."

* The singer said she was flattered by the situation, talked about the passage in which her toucan sings "The Girl from Ipanema" out of tune and even let slip the the night’s pocket show had many surprises. "Even Salgueiro’s drums." Sérgio swore he didn’t even notice that the city’s problems ended up on the film, such as the pickpocket monleys and environmental criminals. "I think these scenes were amusing and, indeed, show the spirit of joy in Rio and didn’t even notice the downside." Wow…

* Carlinhos was invited to participate in the track just as a drummer, but when he arrived in the United States, he found out they still didn’t have anything ready. "In three hours, we did the theme song. In the end, out of thirteen tracks, I sign seven. The best thing was doing the protagonist’s song protagonist and Jamie Foxx singing. I had to leave the studio I was so excited. Now, we are friends. His daughter, who is still a baby, doesn’t usually go with anyone but wanted to play me.” The full interviews will be posted soon on TV Glamurama.

Sergio Mendes, Bebel Gilberto, Carlinhos Brown: exclusive interviews