|Name Denise Rocha|
|Full Name Denise Leitao Rocha|
Born December 5, 1983 (age 32) (1983-12-05) Brasilia, Federal District, Brazil
Television A Fazenda 6 (Runner-Up)
A Fazenda 6 - A Vingança de Denise Rocha (Maria do Bairro edition)
Denise Rocha (born Denise Leitao Rocha on December 5, 1983, Brasilia, Federal District) is a Brazilian model, lawyer, and a former parliamentary adviser, best known for coming in second place on the A Fazenda 6, a reality show broadcast by Rede Record in 2013. She made the cover of Playboy Magazine in September 2012.
- A Fazenda 6 A Vingança de Denise Rocha (Maria do Bairro edition)
- Career as adviser & lawyer
- Career as a model
- A Fazenda
Career as adviser & lawyer
Denise worked until January 2011 at the office of a Federal senator. Her task was to monitor the progress of the committees coordinated by Senator Nogueira, such as the Parliamentary Enquiry Commission (CPI) for the Cachoeira case. Denise was separated from her commissioned position as a parliamentary adviser with the office of Senator Ciro Nogueira (PP-PI). Denise became the center of attention in Congress after the leak of a video that shows her having sex with a man, a video made six years earlier.
Career as a model
Denise was selected for the cover of Playboy Magazine for the September 2012 issue, and she was the muse of samba school Mocidade Independente de Padre Miguel in 2013, during Brazilian Carnaval. Soon after, she was invited to join the cast of the A Fazenda.
On Jun 23, 2013, Denise Rocha was officially announced by host Britto Junior as one of the sixteen celebrity contestants who would be on the sixth season of A Fazenda, the Brazilian version of the reality series The Farm, which aired on Rede Record.
On September 29, 2013, after 100 days of confinement, Denise was runner-up to Barbara Evans who won season six of that reality show, with 54.87% of the vote and who took home the grand prize of 2 million reais. Denise Rocha's second place finish, with 41.28%, won her a brand new car. Marcos Oliver finished in third place with 3.85% of the vote.