Full name Amalia Iris Sabina Granata
Birth February 26, 1981 (42 years old)
Rosario, Santa Fe, Argentina
Occupation Model, politician and activist
Amalia Iris Sabina Granata (Rosario, February 26, 1981) is an Argentine model, conservative politician, and pro-life activist. She has been a provincial councillor for the province of Santa Fe since 2019.
He began his television career in the media when he went to a program and confessed to having had sexual relations with the singer Robbie Williams when he was on tour with his 2003 Tour of Argentina in November 2004.45
Granata worked as a presenter for a television program during the 2006 Viña del Mar Festival. That same year, she participated in a segment called Misión Sex of the Chilean TV Show REC.
In May 2007, she entered the show Big Brother Famous on the Argentine television channel Telefé, turning out to be the first expelled from the game with 54% of the votes.8
In 2012, she posed nude for the Argentine edition of Playboy magazine. She was also in the sixth edition of the Argentine tournament called Bailando 2010, where she was eliminated.
During 2017 and 2019, he served as a panellist in Pamela a la Tarde hosted by the model Pamela David.
In May 2018, she was a panellist on Todas las Tardes, hosted by Maju Lozano. Still, she was fired for a controversial tweet about the death of actress and host María Eugenia Geñi.
Her participation in the political scene began in the PASO elections of 2017, presenting herself as a candidate for national deputy through the Popular Party of Santa Fe and within the Una Santa Fe Renewed space, which, although she managed to overcome, she did not obtain the percentage enough in the general elections to acquire a position. However, after the anti-abortion movement against the legalization of abortion in 2018, self-proclaimed Ola Celeste, Granata undertook a conservative electoral proposal with a new group of politicians. On April 28, 2019, she presented herself in the province of Santa Fe as a pre-candidate for provincial deputy for the Unite for Liberty and Dignity party, for the Unite for Life and Family electoral front, along with a long list of deputies, senators provincial, some mayors and councillors. She obtained more than 287,000 votes on this occasion, achieving 10.75%. In this way, she became the third most-voted candidate after the Civic and Social Progressive Front and the Cambiemos alliance. She assumed her position on December 10, 2019. However, due to differences with her party colleagues, she announced the bloc division, forming the Somos Vida, adopting the name of the list they had used in elections.
In July 2021, the PRO confirmed Amalia Granata as the second pre-candidate for national senator and Federico Angelini in the first place to compete against the three UCR lists within the Together for Change coalition. This candidacy caused the president of the Unite party, José Bonacci, to annul the endorsement of the bloc of which she was a part. Finally, on September 12, her formula would obtain 24.38%, a total of 163,680 votes, which would not be enough to overcome the PASO, and she would be in third place against her opponents.
In September 2022, a group of provincial deputies requested her expulsion for affirming that the attack against Cristina Kirchner was “armed”. She responded by threatening to “mess with her lovers” and their “dirty activities” of them. Finally, the necessary votes for her expulsion were not met.