Thursday, July 28, 2016

Cyndi Lauper: Take a Musical 'Detour' with the Now Legendary Pop Icon

She rocketed to worldwide fame in the 1980s with her hit Girls Just Wanna Have Fun. But Cyndi Lauper said she is now not concerned about being a big name celebrity. 'You can't live your whole life worrying about staying famous,' the Grammy winner told AARP The Magazine in its August/September issue, stressing that chasing her passion is more important than staying in the limelight. Lauper remains a musical icon who continues to reach new watermarks in her career: She received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame this past April, released a country album titled Detour back in May and composed the Tony Award-winning 2012 Broadway hit Kinky Boots. The New York City native hasn't changed too much at 63, as she's still rocking the multi-colored hairdos that made her a pop culture phenomenon some 30 years back. 'I think I have reached an age when I can have pink hair if I want – or blue hair,' the Time After Time singer revealed. 'But blue, it turns a little green, so right now I am going with the pink.' READ MORE

Watch Cyndi Lauper's official music video for "Funnel of Love" below. It's from her new CD, Detour which you can purchase HERE .

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