Turning 50 is a milestone those lucky will get to experience in life, and Paulina Rubio is now a part of that special club. With a music career spanning almost 40 years, ‘La Chica Dorada’ has a lot to celebrate, she gained superstar recognition around the world and is an icon of Spanish-language music. The Mexican singer has reinvented herself over the years, never limiting herself to pop, and has successfully crossed genres, with versatile rhythms in norteño, reggaeton, and cumbia.
Upon her arrival to the so-called ‘fifth floor’, the singer had an amazing celebration surrounded by love ones, such as her mother, Mrs. Susana Dosamantes, her brother Enrique Rubio, and her two little ones, Andrea Nicolas and Eros.
HOLA! USA had exclusive access to Rubio‘s celebration held at the theater of the renowned Faena Hotel in Miami Beach. The party was surrounded by glamour, sparkles, and electric tones, all very characteristic of the singer’s iconic style. In addition to the spectacular decorations, there was a five-tiered cake with a big “P” on top that served as the centerpiece for the merriment and they sang songs in honor of the celebration.
Among the attendees were some of her greatest friends like presenter Oscar Madrazo, designer Michael Costello, Beatriz Pasquel, Jeanette Longoria, producer Pedro Torres, Claudia Zacarias, Trista Rullan, among others.
‘La Chica Dorada’ enjoyed her celebration to the fullest and exclusively told us how she felt about the night. She said the moment that brought her the most joy was, “Seeing my children dance with my mother. Although it was an intimate celebration, I was surrounded by my family and my best friends.”
Reflecting on how she feels about turning half a century old, Rubio shared some touching words, “I feel lucky, fulfilled, and inspired by my two children. Every day is action and an adventure with them. I’m ready for the next 50.”
We discussed the wisdom Paulina has acquired over the years; success stories, adventures, personal and family challenges, among others. When asked what advice she would give to the younger Paulina, the singer was very clear, “That all her dreams will come true.”
After a year of pandemic and tremendous challenges, now it was Paulina‘s turn to celebrate, and we asked her what she was most grateful for at this moment in her life, to which she replied: ”I am grateful to see my children and my mother in good health and to have an audience and friends who love me as much as I love them. I feel very blessed.”
But the celebration doesn‘t end here, as always Paulina is preparing to continue triumphing. “I am very excited about the release of my new single. I have a movie to direct. I hope it will be a documentary about my story because I am passionate about music and film. I’m doing collaborations that always change my musical DNA.”
With all the experiences she’s had, we ask: if Paulina’s life were a movie, with all that she has lived, what genre would it be and what title would it carry? ”It would definitely be a family musical and it would be called ‘Y Yo Sigo Aquí.’”