Havana Heroes - Celia Cruz, the “Queen of Salsa Music,” electrifying audiences with her wide-ranging, soulful voice and rhythmically compelling style. Her flamboyant costumes, which included varicoloured wigs, tight sequined dresses, and outlandishly high heels, became so famous that one of them was acquired by the Smithsonian Institution. #traveldeeper

Celia Cruz (born in Havana, Cuba as Úrsula Hilaria Celia de la Caridad Cruz…

Celia Cruz, 1950s.

Celia Cruz: Her Life and Music

A Smithsonian exhibit pays tribute to Celia Cruz, the Cuban-born "Queen of Salsa." It's a chance to relish her music and sift through relics of her colorful career, including examples of costumes that came in a rainbow of hues.

Celia Cruz the salsa queen. This Afro-Cuban was a diva! She was the only Afro-Latina I knew while growing up and she embraced her curvy body, while she had everybody dancing their asses off!

Pinner said - Celia Cruz the salsa queen. This Afro-Cuban was a diva! She was the only Afro-Latina I knew while growing up and she embraced her curvy body, while she had everybody dancing their asses off!

Telemundo aims to capture the vibrancy of Celia Cruz in an 80-part ...

Telemundo aims to capture the vibrancy of Celia Cruz in an 80-part novela

Miami woman one of two playing queen of salsa in Telemundo drama, 'Celia' - Sun Sentinel

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