gloria estefan

  • Why Gloria Estefan Says Her New Red Table Talk Series May Need a 'Traffic Cop'

    Gloria Estefan Discusses Her New Red Table Talk Series

  • Gloria Estefan To Host Kennedy Center Honors On CBS

    <a href="https://deadline.com/tag/gloria-estefan/" id="auto-tag_gloria-estefan">Gloria Estefan</a>, who received a <a href="https://deadline.com/tag/kennedy-center-honors/" id="auto-tag_kennedy-center-honors">Kennedy Center Honors</a> medal last year, has been set to host the 41st annual Kennedy Center Honors next month on <a href="https://deadline.com/tag/cbs/" id="auto-tag_cbs">CBS</a>. The show, which will feature performances and tributes, is being taped Sunday at the Kennedy Center Opera House in Washington, DC ahead of its broadcast December 26 at 8 PM ET/PT. This year’s event will honor Cher, composer Philip Glass, Reba McEntire and jazz great Wayne Shorter with the honors, which recognize artists who…

  • Kennedy Center Honors preview: 5 reasons to watch

    Here's what to expect when tributes are paid to Carmen de Lavallade, LL Cool J, Norman Lear, Lionel Richie, and Gloria Estefan Tuesday night on CBS.

  • Lucky in love: celebrities who got married over Labor Day weekend

    Are you famous and debating when to tie the knot? We highly&nbsp;suggest Labor Day weekend. Many Hollywood couples who have walked down the aisle on the holiday weekend have —&nbsp;gasp&nbsp;— actually lasted. Take a look at the stars&nbsp;who have been lucky in love after getting married at some point over Labor Day weekend.

  • Gloria Estefan Announces That Her Mom Has Died, Says She Will Miss Her Every Day

    In an Instagram post, she wrote, "I know it was exactly the way she would have wanted her departure from this earth to be, surrounded by love."

  • Gloria Estefan, Daisy Fuentes, and Other Celebs React to Fidel Castro’s Death

    The death of controversial former Cuban leader Fidel Castro ignited social media over the weekend. Gloria Estefan was born in Havana and left Cuba with her family when she was a little girl. Cuban-born television personality Daisy Fuentes cleverly used a Clarence Darrow quote to express her feelings.