TELEMUNDO’S MUCH ANTICIPATED DRAMA SERIES “CELIA,” INSPIRED BY THE LIFE OF CELIA CRUZ
For the first time ever, Telemundo made the initial three episodes of “Celia” available online, before its premiere. See below.
The cast includes Jeimy Osorio and Modesto Lacén as the young Celia Cruz and Pedro Knight (with the introduction of Aymée Nuviola and Willie Denton playing the couple in their later years).
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2. Watch all the episodes here.
Featuring a stellar cast including actors Jeimy Osorio and Modesto Lacen, who give life to Celia Cruz and Pedro Knight during their younger years, with the introduction of Aymee Nuviola and Willie Denton playing the couple in their later years, “Celia” is a Fox Telecolombia production that TELEMUNDO brings to its screen delivering a new and innovative programming style to its viewers.
The drama series is directed by Victor Mallarino alongside Liliana Bocanegra, with Nelson Martinez as Executive Producer and a script based on a screenplay by Andres Salgado and Paul Rodriguez.
The “Latin AMAs” tribute, to be presented by “Celia” stars Jeimy Osorio and Modesto Lacen, will be produced by renowned record producer Sergio George and feature a medley of Celia’s greatest hits performed by Aymee Nuviola, also known as “La Sonera del Mundo,” salsa and house music singer-songwriter, La India, widely known as “The Princess of Salsa”; Colombian new sensation Maluma; and platinum recording artist, actress and TV host Yuri.
The “Latin American Music Awards” will honor today’s most influential and iconic Latin artists, as voted by the fans in the traditional format of the “American Music Awards,” the world’s biggest fan-voted award show.
Confirmed performers to date include Paulina Rubio, Daddy Yankee, Jesse & Joy, Reik, Farruko, Fonseca, Shaggy, Lil Jon, Yandel, Natalie La Rose, Jencarlos Canela, Maluma, Luis Coronel, CD9, Gloria Trevi, Gerardo Ortiz and Il Volo.
See the last Celia documentary.
The Grammy-winning, Hollywood Walk of Famer passed away at the age of 77 in 2003, after battling cancer.