ORLANDO (CBSMiami) — South Florida resident and Grammy award-winner Gloria Estefan really put on a scare at Universal Orlando’s Halloween Horror Nights 22.
She transformed into a menacing vampire on October 6, 2012 while the visiting the annual Halloween event.
The “Queen of Latin Pop” joined forces with other “scareactors” to terrify unsuspecting guests walking the streets of Universal Studios.
“The rhythm finally got me!” she exclaimed after gazing at her undead self for the first time.
After causing her share of blood-curdling screams, Estefan experienced the event at leisure with her husband, Emilio, her daughter, Emily, and friends.
With more than 100 million albums sold, the Miami-based music star has visited the nation’s best Halloween event every year since it was created.
Named one of the 100 top-selling music artists of all time, Estefan currently stars in the CW’s hit reality singing competition, “The Next,” where she and other famous mentors are looking for the next big star.
Halloween Horror Nights, which features all-new haunted houses, inescapable scarezones, hundreds of frightening “scareactors” and live shows, runs on select nights through October 31.