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Joana Mortimer Prado
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Birthdate June 22, 1976 (1976-06-22) (age 33)
Birth location São Paulo, Brazil
Spouse(s) Vitor Belfort
Ethnicity Brazilian
Alias(es) Feiticeira
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Joana Mortimer Prado or Feiticeira (born June 22, 1976 in São Paulo) is a Brazilian model most famous for the character she portrayed on a television show called H. She appeared in several adult magazine pictorials, including the cover of the Brazilian issue of Playboy three times.

She became famous on H, a TV-show on Rede Bandeirantes targeted at teens that became a huge hit thanks to her and Tiazinha. She had her own segment, which was a game show. Only men could participate on the game show, where incorrectly answered questions resulted in being humiliated by Feiticeira. Examples include waxing his legs or shaving his head. For correct answers, contestants were granted a wish from Feiticeira, such as staying with her alone or playing love games with her (but no sex).

In Portuguese "feiticeira" means "sorceress" . A Feiticeira is also the name given in Brazil to the television show Bewitched. Ironically, it seems that somehow the character received this name because she was dressed as Jeannie from I Dream of Jeannie (although that is a different show altogether, and who is not a witch but a genie) and because she left men "bewitched".

She was also the inspiration for the song Feiticeira by the American band deftones on the album White Pony.

Personal life

Joana is married to MMA fighter Vitor Belfort and together they have three children, a son named Davi, who was born February 6, 2005 and a daughter named Victoria, who was born October 31, 2007, [1] and a daughter named Kyara, who was born June 7, 2009.[2]

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