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Luis Fonsi Cements His Legacy On Broadway With 'Forever Tango'

Luis Fonsi has gained a whole other group of fans who witnessed his talent on stage as the lead man for his first Broadway show in New York City.

 

Latinos have appreciated, if not adored, Luis Fonsi as a singer and actor for more than a decade. But this past summer, the Puerto Rican heartthrob has gained a whole other group of fans who witnessed his talent on stage as the lead man on his first Broadway show, "Forever Tango," in New York City.

Just days before the curtain goes down, on Sept. 15, Fonsi granted a final interview to MY Lifestyle Extra. His marriage and bitter divorce to actress Adamari Lopez are a thing of the past, he told us, and he is happier than ever with a new love. 

Click on the video to find out how Fonsi is enjoying his new spotlight, his techniques to prepare for stage – even if he doesn’t feel like it – plus his thoughts on taking valuable lessons from difficult times.

Also this week, we reveal our new travel destination — this place is soothing, high in the mountains and is known for its great skiing. Don’t miss it!

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