Ana Bárbara (born as Altagracia Ugalde Motta January 10, 1971 in Rio Verde, San Luis Potosí), is a Mexican singer. Her sister, Viviana Ugalde, was a teenage singer of some notoriety across San Luis Potosi when Ana Barbara was a little girl. In 1993, Ana Bárbara was proclaimed the “Ambassador of Ranchera Music”, and she also earned the Rostro Bonito de El Heraldo (“El Heraldo’s Beautiful Face”) award. In 1994, she signed with Televisa’s musical company, Fonovisa. Under the Fonovisa label, she launched her first CD, the self-titled “Ana Bárbara”. Her song, “Sacúdeme” (“Shake Me”), became a hit in Mexico. Ana Bárbara reached international fame after the death of Mexican-American singer Selena in 1995.