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Gloria Estefan Is One Step Closer To Do That Conga On Broadway!

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Gloria Estefan could be bringing her music to Broadway in the next 2 years!

C'mon shake your body, baby…

Add some jazz hands!

We are totes excited a Gloria Estefan musical will be coming to Broadway in the next few years!

The latina performer chatted on Andy Cohen's gabfest, Watch What Happens Live! this week, revealing new deets about her musical baby, titled Do That Conga!

The singer explained:

"We hope to have [the book] done by January and hopefully 15 months to two years from now we'll be on Broadway."


Do That Conga is inspired by the international superstar and her musician/producer husband, Emilio Estefan.

The story will detail the Estefan's amazing life story from Cuba to super stardom!

As long as it includes some of Gloria's booty-shakin' hits, we're so IN!

[Image via Johnny Louis/WENN.]

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4 comments to “Gloria Estefan Is One Step Closer To Do That Conga On Broadway!”

  1. 1

    my co-worker's ex-wife makes $80/hr on the computer. She has been out of work for ten months but last month her income was $19538 just working on the computer for a few hours. her response… w­ww.day37.c­om

  2. 2

    Good I have always liked her music so glad for her.

  3. Lady Helen Highwater says – reply to this


    "In the next few years" ????

    If she waits until than, she will be on a walker

    And if anyone ever says Cubans have no taste
    Show them this photo of Gloria's skirt , (BAD TASTE)

  4. @v@ says – reply to this


    Re: Lady Helen Highwater – Maybe for a CEO, but she's a stage performer.
    Celebrating colors for eye candy and maximizing the visual bleeds into PR work.