Thalia spreads ‘Dia de Reyes’ joy on social media

With Christmas and New Year’s out of the picture, the holiday season is quickly coming to an end, but not before making its grand finale with Dia de Reyes or Three Kings Day. Thalia got the memo. If you’re of one the 1.2 million followers on Thalia’s Instagram, then by now you’d know that the Mexican singer and actress is very interactive with her fans and loves posting daily on the social media platform. SEE ALSO: VOXXI Wish List: 10 Things we want from Latino stars in 2015 It’s safe to say that many of her fans vicariously lived through the star after observing her 20 + Christmas posts and fun New Year’s Eve/Day festivities. Now she’s sharing the same joy for the traditional January 6 celebration Dia de Reyes or Three Kings Day, also known as Epiphany. As Monday rolled around, the “Maria la del Barrio” star shared a photoshopped picture of her and buddies Lili Estefan and Raul “El Gordo” de Molina dressed up as the three kings. “Happy Epihany!” she originally expressed in Spanish. “Behave good, otherwise you’ll have coal in your shoes,” she continued in the photo that portrayed Estefan as Gaspar, De Molina as Baltasar and Thalia as Melchor, in celebration of their traditions. Feliz día de Reyes! Pórtense bien si no mañana van a tener puro carbón en sus zapatos @liliestefan @rauldemolina @thalia Celebrando nuestras tradiciones A photo posted by Thalia (@thalia) on Jan 1, 2015 at 8:59am PST But since she’s Thalia, the Instagram Guru, she went ahead and shared two other posts in honor of the religious holiday –of course, with a humor twist. And in case you don’t understand the last photo, it depicts the traditional “Rosca de Reyes,” a cake that plays central role in Latino families’ Epiphany celebration. If your slice contains a plastic Christ child, you are deemed lucky and hospitable, reports U-T San Diego. SEE ALSO: Best of 2014: The hottest and sexiest Latino stars of the year We wonder, if this is Thalia on the day before Three Kings Day, what will she have in store for fans and followers the day of?The post Thalia spreads ‘Dia de Reyes’ joy on social media appeared first on Voxxi.

Singer-songwriter Thalia Visits The SiriusXM Studios For ‘SiriusXM’s ICONOS With Thalia’ at SiriusXM Studios on November 10, 2014 in New York City. (Photo by Monica Schipper/Getty Images for SiriusXM)

With Christmas and New Year’s out of the picture, the holiday season is quickly coming to an end, but not before making its grand finale with Dia de Reyes or Three Kings Day. Thalia got the memo.

If you’re of one the 1.2 million followers on Thalia’s Instagram, then by now you’d know that the Mexican singer and actress is very interactive with her fans and loves posting daily on the social media platform.

SEE ALSO: VOXXI Wish List: 10 Things we want from Latino stars in 2015

It’s safe to say that many of her fans vicariously lived through the star after observing her 20 + Christmas posts and fun New Year’s Eve/Day festivities.

Now she’s sharing the same joy for the traditional January 6 celebration Dia de Reyes or Three Kings Day, also known as Epiphany.

As Monday rolled around, the “Maria la del Barrio” star shared a photoshopped picture of her and buddies Lili Estefan and Raul “El Gordo” de Molina dressed up as the three kings.

“Happy Epihany!” she originally expressed in Spanish. “Behave good, otherwise you’ll have coal in your shoes,” she continued in the photo that portrayed Estefan as Gaspar, De Molina as Baltasar and Thalia as Melchor, in celebration of their traditions.

Feliz día de Reyes! Pórtense bien si no mañana van a tener puro carbón en sus zapatos ;-) @liliestefan @rauldemolina @thalia Celebrando nuestras tradiciones

A photo posted by Thalia (@thalia) on Jan 1, 2015 at 8:59am PST

But since she’s Thalia, the Instagram Guru, she went ahead and shared two other posts in honor of the religious holiday –of course, with a humor twist.

Thalia enjoys Three Kings Day.
(Photo: Instagram/@Thalia)

Thalia is happy about Three Kings Day.
(Photo: Instagram/@Thalia)

And in case you don’t understand the last photo, it depicts the traditional “Rosca de Reyes,” a cake that plays central role in Latino families’ Epiphany celebration. If your slice contains a plastic Christ child, you are deemed lucky and hospitable, reports U-T San Diego.

SEE ALSO: Best of 2014: The hottest and sexiest Latino stars of the year

We wonder, if this is Thalia on the day before Three Kings Day, what will she have in store for fans and followers the day of?

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