La Reina de la Salsa Celia Cruz died on July 16, 2003. In honor of the legendary Cubana's 10th anniversary, we have rounded up 10 of her most outrageous (and fun) looks. Scroll through, and tell us, which one is your fave?
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Celia Cruz wore this green, silky patterned dress to the annual Mark Twain Prize presentation ceremony at the Kennedy Center in Washington, DC on October 15, 2001.
Cruz attended the LARAS Person of the Year Tribute Presentation and Gala for Vicente Fernandez at the Kodak Theatre Grand Ballroom on September 17, 2002 looking cool and chic.
Orange was definitely a great color on Cruz! She was looking amazing at the the 3rd Annual Latin Grammy Awards.
Azucar! Cruz wore this piano-inspired outfit to the 2002 Billboard Latin Music Awards.
While rehearsing for VH1 Divas Live: The One and Only Aretha Franklin at Radio City Music Hall in New York City on April 9, 2001, Cruz wore a colorful dress and headwrap. The salsa singer was always known for this signature look.
Blue hair and a blue dress to match? We love it! Cruz wore this to the 1st Annual Latin Grammy Awards in 2000.
Wepa, Celia! The Queen of Salsa arrived at the VH1 Divas Live: The One and Only Aretha Franklin show in NYC wearing this fringed pancho.
Eccentric and fabulous, that's just who she was. Cruz performed "La Negra Tiene Tumbao" at the 3rd Annual Latin Grammy Awards with some majorly grande hair!
Wish we could've asked Cruz to borrow this sheer purple blouse and glasses she wore to the 2nd Annual Latin Grammy Awards.
Silver done right! Cruz wore this shimmery dress and sparkly head piece to the 2001 Latin Recording Academy Person of the Year Tribute to Julio Iglesias.