The program has spanned generations. Xuxa arrived on a pink ship, which awakened in the children the dream of flying beside her. Children from all over Brazil ran to have breakfast with the song "Quem Qué Pão?". The actress would end the show with the famous "Xuxa kiss", For the kiss, Xuxa would put on bright lipstick and kiss the children participating in the show and children in the audience on the cheek, leaving the imprint of her lipstick. In addition to entertainment, the presenter has always passed positive messages to the public, such as "Want, Power and Reach!", "Believe in Dreams", "Drugs do Bad" and many others. The program came to an end on 31 December 1992, after 2000 editions.
At Christmas 1986, the hostess received her eighth platinum record, a prize awarded to every 250,000 copies sold. The album Xou da Xuxa, from the record company Som Livre, had sold more than two million copies so far, achieving by then the South American record for a single album. Xuxa sold more than Brazilian singer Roberto Carlos that year. In the following years, the presenter still released six more albums of the series, such as Xou da Xuxa 2 and 3, which established themselves as the best selling albums in Brazil so far, with 2. 7 and 3. 3 million copies sold respectively. With the recorded songs, it left in tours by Brazil that were seen by millions of people.
Maria da Graça Meneghel ( Portuguese: [maˈɾia da ˈgɾasa ˈʃuʃa mẽneˈgɛw] ; born 27 March 1963), commonly known as Xuxa ( English: / ˈ ʃ uː ʃ ə / SHOO -shə ; Portuguese: [ˈʃuʃɐ] ), is a Brazilian television host , film actress , singer , model and businesswoman . Her various shows have been broadcast in Portuguese , English , and Spanish worldwide. She is a two-time winner of the Latin Grammy Award for Best Children's Album , and is also known for her epithet , " Queen of Children ".