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"gloria estefan" Discussed on How I Found My Voice

How I Found My Voice

04:43 min | Last month

"gloria estefan" Discussed on How I Found My Voice

"Cogan when i wrote. We needed time. That came from a conversation with my son. And i it. that's inspiration. That's one of the ice. I hung up the phone. I told him he said he literally said to me. Mom you know this has been tough but it gave me time to catch up and something hit me. And i said to him. There's a song in there somewhere and he said right at mom. I hung up the phone. And i've started writing immediately by the end of the day i had written that song i recorded it. I went out on my boating shot video. And i put it out there as a gift to my fans so i did in a little small way. I gave it as a gift. I you know. that's what a musician does. We try to translate the that we're living in experiencing as humans into writing or or painting music. So i've been doing it. Would i love to yes. I would absolutely. There's so many things. I love to do another christmas album. I love to do a spanish standards. I love to do a part two of the standards but all uptempo and call it the double standard. We're writing these hold but you know what it takes. Time and so Yeah time. I have a final question. Which is about the gloria estefan. Who might have been. She's the gloria estefan. Who worked at the as a translator at the airport and could have been a spy for the cia. What how pay. Who knows you approach. I did very much because they had been observing me and customs their undercover there. I didn't know that but they were observing me. They wanted me to be a supervisor. They had already offered me the supervisor role in my job. I already joined the band so as kind of heading in a different direction. But i was very honored that the considered and they approached me. They they want to join. And i was all about it. I was so excited when i came and told my mom. She had the biggest fit. That i had seen her have she was i. Your father already gave his life for two countries. How could you tell me you're gonna live your life home gonna be able to live the rest of my life worrying about you. So cuban mom comes through. Although i would really bug her in her later years and my sister and go well youtube really. Don't know if i did join do you. Because i have the perfect cover. I meet all of these heads of state ago. Play my music backwards. Maybe you'll get. Maybe i was sending messages through my music. Yeah no but i was. I did i had decided to go substitutes to survive and i was going to study international law and diplomacy in french and that would have been a career that i would have loved to diplomacy. I do it every day my life. I did it with my band. My musicians with our employees with my family with my husband with my kids when my dog's still diplomatic every sense away way. Oh estefan that. The many gloria editor fans who exist within one person it has been an absolute honor and a privilege to be welcomed into your home and few to speak so honestly about your life the role of your remarkable family who clearly shaped you and all your ongoing and the joy in your new album. Something i think a lot of us are feeling is particularly. Welcome as the world is coping with them. My they have so much to mean so much to have platform and to thank everybody because everybody thank you so much for decades of love and support and the many glorious. Hey there's many of all of us we have amazing ways to be able to do whatever it is we want and you put work and discipline into so whatever you dream about. Hey it's yours for the taking it's hard work it's not going to land in your lap. So thank you all for making my dreams. Come true by listening to my musings musical musings.

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"gloria estefan" Discussed on How I Found My Voice

How I Found My Voice

02:55 min | Last month

"gloria estefan" Discussed on How I Found My Voice

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"gloria estefan" Discussed on How I Found My Voice

How I Found My Voice

07:30 min | Last month

"gloria estefan" Discussed on How I Found My Voice

"And you told me that you were singing from the start. What's really struck me. List listening to a lot of your music from going back to the seventies. Your voice was always strong. It was always pure and even now it seems entirely unchanged. Did you have to work on it develop to maintain it absolutely and you know i couldn't afford music lessons voice lessons. My mom couldn't afford it when we in south carolina. A couple years after texas were stationed in for jackson and one of my dad's troops was a young man that was famous in cuba. His whole family. They had a tv show and he was a young child on the show but now he was in his twenties. So i told my dad. I wanna learn guitar dad. I really want you know somebody to teach me to talk. So he spoke to this man orlando where famous family in cuba and he started teaching me how to play chords so i could accompany myself on on the guitar so but he was charging nothing. He was just happy to be able to do something other than being in the army later on. I learned classical guitar for my dad because he really wanted to learn that when he was in vietnam he later went to vietnam. I was studying classical guitar but we couldn't afford voice lessons or wouldn't have known where to look for that. It wasn't until i was already in the band married and had my son that i started investing because it really is a very valuable investment for any singer and a musician. When you're when you're instrument is your body had a lot of bad habits to break because i sang emotionally. Since i was a child. I didn't know the right technique or were to position voice but always wanting to do things better so i found an italian teacher. Gina morita who started teaching the right technique. Thank the lord because you can ruin. Your voice had an eighteen piece band behind me. It was super loud on stage. And if i didn't have these tools have continued to study through my life at all. This time that people said i may i came back. I n income back from anywhere. I've been here just doing a lot of other things but continuing the phone my skills. I think it's important to continue to learn evolve and grow from a very young age. You were performing so when you went to university you performing we can's you already met your husband by then. Haven't you told me about how you met. Emilio and how quickly became this unit as performers as well as partners. It's kismet like anything else. I believe i believe that destiny throws them some things in your path. Of course we are free whether we choose to follow that or totally. Flip it on. Its here. I signed it the folk masses because my friends in high school would always make me saying they love my voice. There was ever a window inaugural catholic high school. My best friend. They'd make me bring my guitar and singing the shows and that was dying. Because i really don't like being the center of attention to get used that part so we would. We had a brother. School was inaugural school and in brothers school. One of my friends the guy we would play in the full message together and he was a year ahead of me he said look. I wanna put together a band for one day for our parents for this religious encounter. They were coming back. Was i want you to be the singer. My dad works cardi. he's gonna. He invited this guy to come over. That has his own band. Miami latin boys to give us some pointers on how to do this so of course i was dying. I'm sitting there on the floor. Might friend was at his guitar piano player of flute. Player girl there. There's a knock at the door. And i'm sitting on the floor so my i view is a pair of really nice legs in a pair of shorts at an accordion which made it look like. He was naked. quite honest. disease forty covered the shorts. So i'm going like oh all right so in wogs emmy lou. At the time he only had a mustache. And i see him. He seemed like a big man to me although he's only four and a half years older than me so that i was seventeen right there so he was a twenty two because this was made he had just turned twenty two he gave pointers. He heard me saying he left. We did the gig Everybody went their separate ways. I already had two jobs because college work. Study such french minor. I was working as an interpreter at the airport in customs and immigration for french spanish english. That job was every day six days a week from one in the afternoon to nine at night then from nine thirty to eleven thirty two nights. A week i've taught community school guitar. And i was about to start school going from eight in the morning to noon so i was swamped. My mom tried to drag me to a wedding. That summer of when my dad's army butters buddies daughter that i grew up within south carolina. I tried to bail on it and say mom no i had. I gone too busy with but then she guilted me into your father can't go zero. You need to represent cuban guilt. That's big so i went and i remember. We were always late to everything so we missed the ceremony at the church. We're walking into the reception. And i look. There's a to me. I mean. I had never gone anywhere. I i took care of my dad the whole time. I didn't date anyone. I never had a social life. So i walk into this magical room all decorated for the wedding. There's a band playing and they're they're playing. Do the hustle on the accordion. The guy i'm going. Whoa that's brave but it was like this charisma that they had in this happiness. I was overwhelmed with a feeling right so we run into each other in a doorway. I go he says you're that girl aren't you. I remember you. Yeah remember you to you. You can do the players house when she says. Why don't you sit in with the band you know. We don't have a singer woman in my mother who is sitting there listening in goes. Yes saying please. I found two songs that we both knew. Cuban standards i saying. I got a standing ovation. They knew my whole life. These people they had been listening to me seeing since i was a girl with that band behind me. It was magical to me too and clutching the mic stand. Like i'm gonna die and that ninety asked me to join the band and i said no. Listen i can buy mama kill me first of all and secondly. I've got two jobs starting school. I can so then. Two weeks later he tracked down. He called the people he found my number. He called my house. My sister picked up and she says it's that boy. So i talked to him and i really wanted to do it. I really wanted to so bad. And he said look. Come to my apartment. We have rehearsal bring whoever you wanna bring. I brought my mother. My sister and my grandma and i remember being up against the wall of the apartment like with a crowded tiny apartment with the night beast band and everybody in the court. You're dancing again. Another magical moment because they had no choice. The band was rehearsing. it's either. Dan said party or not sleep in. I joined the band of fun. Miami sound machine. It became miami summer. She.

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"gloria estefan" Discussed on How I Found My Voice

How I Found My Voice

07:54 min | Last month

"gloria estefan" Discussed on How I Found My Voice

"And my guest. Today is one of america's greatest communicators and greatest musical stars. Gloria estefan was born in cuba just before the revolution that brought fidel castro to power. But her family had to flee as exiles and brought her to florida the age of to where she's lived over since she formed the miami sound machine with her husband demilio and their crossover pop hits such as rhythm is gonna get you dr beat and get on your feet has made them stadium filling chart-topping superstars i in latin america then in the and across the world she sold one hundred million a seven time grammy winner and hollywood actor but at the peak of her fame in one thousand nine hundred ninety she nearly died in a crash that was expected to leave paralyzed. It didn't life inspired a tony nominated stage musical. Get on your feet. That's also travelled around the world. Her latest album. Caesar combined the rhythms of brazilian music with reworkings of some of her classic pop hits so gloria. I want to take my back to the start. You were born a long name but the first three names laurie. Maria miller grocer in one thousand nine hundred eighty seven in cuba miller grocer the miraculous. One did you feel special. I don't know specialists the word. But ever since i have a memory i remember thinking i said i was really old for some reason i felt like i had been around and i also felt that one day. I might do something very different. I didn't know what it was or how it would come about. But i did have a feeling that there was something in my future. That was not going to be more the same who is going to be a unique thing. I had no clue what since i talk. That came with me. Yeah that maybe. Because i do have very strong genetic musical jeans on both sides on my dad's side. We had a classical pianist via leninist a flouts that had his own band famous in cuba for his all stars out of these today yes who later when he emigrated to new york also made it big with his band. They're both my uncles. My father's brothers sang. my grandmother. Wrote poetry my father was a military guy. He was the one that didn't venture into a probably could've sung if she wanted to. And then my mother wanted to contest to shirley temples double as a child. She was per same age. How had the curls and they had a worldwide contests to find a spanish speaking shirley temple so that they could take her to hollywood and she would serve as a standard for sure to temple in a lot of the contract players of the day like deanna durbin and other jane wyman and she won when they told my grandfather that one of them My grandmother had to give up the rights to their child because they didn't want to sign a contract and then have a divorce happened in the child become a pawn. He put his foot down until my grandmother absolutely not. She's not going anywhere so to me. My mother was always the diva of the family. She walked into a room and you knew she was there. She was always telling jokes would break into some and the only way she could get my diaper on. She claims was or claimed was to sing to me. I would melt. I would completely melt and become the stare at her and hypnotize. And when i started talking. I started seeing extreme with me. I would emulate whatever in cuba. They literally had to pull me off the sidewalk. Because somehow from hearing on the radio and on tv i learned the revolutionary and that the castro receive was putting out there at my father was in jail or being a police officer in the night of the presidential palace when the coup happened. He got arrested along with his father. Who was a commander in the in the armed forces so imagine if they're in singing this and of make mothers say you can't stay a coming but i just had an amazing memory for music and it started really early bit more about your father. What was his story he was he was in jail already when you were very very young. Yeah what happened was he was. My father wanted to be in the army. He was a military guy. He looked and he had filled an application to join the army. When my grandfather saw his application he ripped it up and threw it away and never told my dad because he didn't want to be accused of nepotism with a son joining the army. So when my fa- when my father my grandfather. Hey what's happening. I haven't got my application by. Pliny goes no i ripped it up but i don't want you to be in the army. They're gonna accuse me of being having favoritism so. My father did the next best thing. He became a police officer in the motorcycle. Police force and got a reputation for being an incredibly moral man. He would not accept anything even annapolis or a box of cigarettes a pack of cigarettes from anyone and then the first lady found out plus he was a gorgeous. I gotta say my dad was gorgeous. Man he was beautiful and they chose. They hand picked the first lady's motorcycle escort and he was one of them. So wherever the first lady but east us first lady wint. My dad had to be there because he was in the motorcade heading the motorcade and the night that the coup happened fifty eight to fifty nine he was at the presidential palace because it was a giant party. New year's eve party going on and he was there in the detail for the first lady so he came home. My mother said he was pale. Sheet sweating profusely in locked himself in the bathroom and told my mother you know. She knocked on the door. What's happening what's happening. And he said we are in real trouble. The president just left the country. I just left him and first lady at the airport and this is going to get really bad. And she said don't go back and he goes. I have to go back. I'm a police officer for this city. All hell's breaking loose. And he went back and she told him they're going to jail you and he goes. I have to go back whether or not they jail me. And yes they jailed him his father and then released them three months later because they jailed his father for nepotism because they were trumping up charges at of course there was no proof of anything. They hadn't done anything so they had to release some three months later. We will ready in florida by them. No we were still in cuba. My mother took me to visit my father in jail. And one of the top three was fidel castro communist And ceva we're kind of the three heads of the revolution and communist. Inflatable was at the prison. That day. i was in in line with my mum. And of course i'm thirsty. I'm thirsty and my mother's trying to shut me up and comey lucy. Inflatable comes and grabs a little tin cup from the wall and fills it with water and hands it to me and my mom didn't want me to drink that god knows what germs were on that and when she said no no sanctuary says what it. This is a good enough for you. Whatever any he made me drink it. And i got huge infection in my mouth and i remember this because they would treat it with this violet tasting stuff that they would put in my mouth for the stores and who can stand the taste of violent. I still remember to this day but She would visit him in the house in.

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"gloria estefan" Discussed on How I Found My Voice

How I Found My Voice

01:31 min | Last month

"gloria estefan" Discussed on How I Found My Voice

"Love this podcast. Support this show through the acoss saporta feature. It's up to you how much you give. And there's no regular commitment. Just hit the link in the show description to support now. And when i started talking i started. Singing came with me. I would emulate whatever in cuba. They literally had to pull me off the sidewalk. Because somehow from hearing on the radio and on tv i learned the revolutionary and some that the castro received was putting out there and my father was in jail..

"gloria estefan" Discussed on Latino USA

Latino USA

01:44 min | 6 months ago

"gloria estefan" Discussed on Latino USA

"You and This episode was produced by genie montalvo and edited by andrea lopez. Gustavo the latino. Usa team includes the us three. Is we at the martini. Sky and alejandra side with help from martinez and andro berries. Engineers are steffi. Lebow julia caruso leah shaw with help from alicia youtube and today with i've use a stella roxie buyers that go to our director of programming and operations elliott field which is good for all of your hard work. And congratulations on a big new project. Were very excited with you. They're almost like studying yet. Our digital editor is louis luna our new york. Women's foundation ignite fellow is who leandro chuck. Our interns are human federal and needs akitas and gabriela bias. Our theme music was composed by zang. Ever been knows if you like the music you heard on this episode. Stop by latino usa dot org and check out our weekly spotify playlist. I'm your host and executive producer. Might yet know hosa join us again on our next episode. In the meantime look for us on all of our social media. Estella proxima joe latino..

"gloria estefan" Discussed on Latino USA

Latino USA

05:02 min | 6 months ago

"gloria estefan" Discussed on Latino USA

"Matter. How much ever to cannot move shot coming up on that. Usa or portrait of georgia's defense continues. Stay with us not the right. Yes hey we're back. And when we left off we were talking with gloria estefan about that horrific moment in her life. The bus accident in early nineteen ninety. And how it changed her forever. Let's jump back into the conversation. You're talking about this and actually the way you even talk about. It now is so kind of precise built the all. Gloria what you just said to me about being psychic about the elevator about knowing so can you make that connection between like trauma and the psychic spiritual part of you. So here's the connection. So when i opened my eyes. And i look up facing the roof of the bus and i'm going what the hell on the floor. I try to stand up. And i couldn't so like oh here it is but then i got but it's going to be okay. That's what i clung to. That's what i clung to our. So was it so. Was it in your head where you speaking to yourself. They all my god. This is it is. It's a certainty that i feel. That's how the things that i have felt. That have come true. Because i've said a lot of things so media this is going to happen is gonna happen. I don't allow. I don't know when but it's going to happen and emilia. Emilia connects to your this psychic thing. That you get this. I mean as you're your he's cool with you very much. He hasn't to emilio look. Everybody has yet. Yeah into yes we all can. If you tune in yes you know that gut feeling they call it a gun lutely. Ideally when we make a decision all the senses and the gut are working together. But if i had to decide. I'll decide the gut over the senses. So gloria. here's the thing. I want you to talk for a moment. A little bit about this spirituality this psychic as you call it. I'm thinking about the traditions. The afro cuban traditions. Of course whether it's video you to buy or just an understanding of like the od shah is like. You know how important nature is to rudeina's never forgetting your ancestors and i'm just wondering like are you more deeply spiritual about these things as you're getting older and are you even freer to make the can. Is it feeling safer for you in this kind of spiritual realm. Well i got to tell you. Look i'm very spiritual but i am not dogmatic. I respect all religions. I looked at the religion of the youtuber tribe from cuba and interestingly enough with this latest album brazil three zero five we shot documentary that explores these routes and how cuba and brazil share this common yoruba tribe and how day transformed the music of each country but at the core is africa of all these amazing rhythm so i see it in a cultural way. I don't follow raised catholic. I admire and respect. All religions in icy the mostly as a cultural way to translate the god concept i do believe in a higher power might believe. Is that everything that could possibly unfold will. And it'll all go back like a flow and we are all just a tiny little call again this wheel so to me. The main religion is treating other people with respect and love trying to put positive things into the balance of nature and music being the prime source to do that for me. Being able to communicate with.

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"gloria estefan" Discussed on Latino USA

Latino USA

01:30 min | 6 months ago

"gloria estefan" Discussed on Latino USA

"Brazil five was supposed to come out in in two thousand seventeen. And i went to my mom's house with the tracks and sang into her life and her kitchen because she was so excited about hearing what it was going to sound like and then that week she got ill suddenly at the end. We lost her and it was the most devastating loss of my life. And i tried to do the you know go in and do my part. Four months after cassani was anxiously awaiting but there was no way i couldn't sing. I would try but every song is so tied to the memory of my mother. They all took on a whole different thing like when i went to try to sing. Don't wanna lose you or mediated or going to make and it was brutal. So i literally called sonian and said look you guys. I can't do this. You need to give me time from withdraw media usa. I medina wholesome today a portrait of gloria s steph. Maybe do that guy. When gloria estefan acclaimed hit came out in nineteen eighty five. The rule was taken by storm surge at.

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"gloria estefan" Discussed on News O'Clock

News O'Clock

02:01 min | 7 months ago

"gloria estefan" Discussed on News O'Clock

"I know. It's a this is news to a lot of people. It's true congratulations. That's wonderful you. Yes. Literally nobody knew she even posted full body pictures of herself within the last week although I will say there have been instances of celebrities in the past stocking up on pictures that they could post what pregnant so that nobody catches on but anyway, he knew says that according to a source of there's keeling wanted to announce her pregnancy at the met gala but you know clearly that didn't happened. Also. Lest we forget killing has been a secret pregnancy expert before once she was expecting her first child, her daughter Catherine who goes by the cutest name of all kit she asked for people to respect her privacy. Then the big question was who was the child's father and a lot of people guessed it was her ex and former co star the office BJ Novak. But this week she actually revealed that Novak is her daughter's Godfather. So then and now I guess we won't know. Because Mindy is it's spilling and you know what I respect that good for you mendy. But also what the fuck up secret baby you nothing this makes sense to me quarantines the perfect time to have a secret baby. It's also time where I'm and I stand by this when we come out of Corinthian and more actors are filming. We will see entirely new and younger faces on the actors we have no because it's the perfect time to hide anything that's happening to your body. Yup unless you are a certain family who show is ending soon and you're just putting it all on. INSTAGRAM. Nearly change what you look like until you're all one face all say. I really believe this..

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Gloria Estefan and family getting 'Red Table Talk'

Monsters In The Morning

01:54 min | 7 months ago

Gloria Estefan and family getting 'Red Table Talk'

"Ryan. The show. The Red Table Talk Would Jada Pinkett. Show show three year old husband has to go on an apology. No No. It was a weird thing but you know it all gets loose on the table and that is that is where the celebrities and all the likes come together to figure out on the red table massive hit for facebook massive gigantic it so much so that I didn't think they were how did you have you do but there is a syndicated version of the red table talk but instead, of Jada Pinkett glorious step online home. Stefan Outta here. Enter daughter and I think her grandmother similar to how Jada Pinkett and her mom and her daughter do it right homes there you go. Bro, you go about that. I. Thought he was about Gloria. Dropped Jim on him he doesn't drop that Jim on us most about that Gloria life absolutely I the beats never gonNa, get me but I mean it's one of those things that I thought he would know rush you obviously knew about bachelor syndicated table talk I did not if I if there was anything with Norah Jones I know all about it. What glorious doing so how do you feel about that run? We're going to get the inside dish on a glorious Stefan's because she's had entanglements to sound machine. Oh Yeah. I mean the the sound machine she broke up broke the sound machine go out on her own man I will. Watch it but I will definitely watch it but I'm looking at the headliner. Now Gloria Stefan there will not be in any entanglements in her new red table talk spinoff. That's what they say now that episode wait till year the first year end she's GonNa have her husband and they're crying about all the time to cheat. It's like we need hits we need we. Need need be watching come on. We need them it.

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"gloria estefan" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

02:58 min | 8 months ago

"gloria estefan" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

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"gloria estefan" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

02:58 min | 8 months ago

"gloria estefan" Discussed on Pantheon

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"gloria estefan" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

02:56 min | 8 months ago

"gloria estefan" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"Back, in two thousand sixteen, he came out with a record called I dreamed of a palace in the sky. I, really liked the album cover. Yeah. Basically. This record in the one that came out after it, which is called synthetic core eighty eight. They're they're paying homage to old Japanese RPG's cool. So, you know a Japanese RPG what are some of the best ones that you may know right the ones that come into my under obviously the final fantasy stuff. KRONO trigger. Right. Those are like the ones that the people usually think of but I confess I haven't really played a lot of Japanese RPG's. If any. Neither, but it's it's it's still it sounds like those older video game scores least. That's where you're going to think of when you hear the music but obviously, it's not a soundtrack to video game rent. It's Kinda like that disaster peace song exactly. Yeah. Exactly and like the record synthetic core eight actually says on the album cover original soundtrack but there's no game tied to so yeah. It's just funny anyway. So we're going to play a song. Off. Of. The record I, dreamed of a palace in the sky and this song is called. druids encounter..

"gloria estefan" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

01:58 min | 8 months ago

"gloria estefan" Discussed on Pantheon

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"gloria estefan" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

01:58 min | 8 months ago

"gloria estefan" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

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"gloria estefan" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

05:19 min | 8 months ago

"gloria estefan" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

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"gloria estefan" Discussed on Juicy Scoop with Heather McDonald

Juicy Scoop with Heather McDonald

03:38 min | 2 years ago

"gloria estefan" Discussed on Juicy Scoop with Heather McDonald

"Maybe something was you know, and they were she she was young not that attractive though. Yeah. But young still young. Yeah. A very beat up Gloria Estefan. Okay. Okay. How about that? Like, really bad broke back media Lee after the car accident, and she apparently was having relations with these boys. I found out later like when I you know, here we are. I'm forty five years old. We're having drinks the world the big group of us. And I'm like. So what happened a most going on there? And he's like, oh, yeah. What was full on? It was full on in the classroom, do Thinking and. and banging them. Fifteen sixteen years old. In the school though, by the way. Oh, my no less and did the when you're talking to these guys. Did they ever say it did affect them? Negatively, like did it fuck up their their future relationships with girls at all? I would think they would. I don't think they have the presence to say that. But this is a guy who has had cereal relationships. But unlike is, you know, couple of marriages like, you know, and they don't think that they've been disturbed, but they've been disturbed. There's a reason why you just keep looking for the neck. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Exactly. You know, it's not it's not procreate. You know, it's not normal to have your first sexual relationship. Be the person that you hope will give you a good score and your test while I was trying to by the way like our science teacher was hot. I didn't know that was possible. I would have totally went for him. If someone would have told me, I was like, why didn't anybody tell me? This was going on. I would totally made a beeline for his class. Then like, hey hot for teacher. What was the don't stand? So close to me by the police even though songs were about that though. That's what's hard for the younger generation to understand right that although things were not necessarily permissible. We talked about thing sexy and seventeen s like, but we were seventeen he was seventeen when he was saying that like the I think sometimes those guys were though there was a of songs there. I listed. There's a ton of artists that cut with young girls throughout history that someone posted before you go what is your thought theory on real housewives of Beverly Hills? Puppy gate. Okay. Can I drop one more theory? And yes, please theory. Yes. And I love her, but I feel like treated Jude ice. Yes. May have had something going on prior to it all coming out. You wanna know why thought she? Play. Oh shit. You mean, the the crimes? No, no, no. The like, I think she had a lava when? When she went to Mexico twice. Yeah. Yes. We know that young guy the realtor. Well, I'll tell you what. But also, I think she might have a Mexican lover a Spanish lover because I'm one hundred percents Acilia. A we never refer to our JJ as a coach. And when did she say that when she was riding the horse in Mexico? Oh, this hurts my coach all my God you already detective. What that is not in the FBI. Right. She said, oh, my God is my coach. And that would only be heard if a man was saying that gimme the gimme..

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"gloria estefan" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"gloria estefan" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"It's you know just to work jiffy to go back and get her space don't don't pick more of an office fantasies pay someone else's asked a few questions long list along this line why disc knowing that she has the sole stone location in her head knowing that is potentially really important thanos why does she go to nowhere knowing that that's where he's likely going to be i think the answer is fairly straightforward she hates him and she wants to kill him and she when she thinks she does she hates him and loves him that's she does interesting to out here loved the moment where she thinks she's killed him and she took breaks down and that's all walk he wanted to see a symbolism of the double bladed knife well quite possibly cuts both ways truly thanks gloria estefan eighties reference yeah i thought that was interesting but i think it's not necessarily about her loving him very much more about maybe being free of the shadow of an abuser that you've feared for years possibly possibly i read it she was conflicted she had maybe you are if your walls was he i mean how much of an abuse a was he you do she does hint about all the positive her that are him she hates so he always be molded her into a weapon i'm not talking about sexual we've heard about it in the last guardians for film when she and nebula we're talking about the way that they were forced to compete against each other to kind of survive that's that's abusive and willie at odds with what you see in this film of him because when he's with her he is very sort of soft and affection and apart from ozzy torturing sister in front of you know he's he's not given to over acts of cruelty tool to tool turn this above you know killing.

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