Heloísa Pinheiro (née Heloísa Eneida Menezes Paes Pinto, now known as Helô Pinheiro, born 1945) The real-life \"Girl from Ipanema\", a carioca whose strolls through the fashionable Ipanema district of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil inspired the lyrics to the song \"Girl from Ipanema\" (originally titled, in Portuguese, \"A Garota de Ipanema\"), the music of which was originally written for a musical comedy. When she tried to open a clothing boutique with the name \"The Girl from Ipanema\" she was sued by the heirs to co-writers Antonio Carlos Jobim and Vinicius de Moraes, but after much legal wrangling she was able to keep the name of her shop. Helô Pinheiro became a Brazilian Playboy Playmate in 1987 and once again in 2003, when she did a pictorial along with her daughter, Ticiane Pinheiro. She also appeared in the second season of The Amazing Race, for the Beach portion of the
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