Joan Collins THE queen of the dance floors in the 1980s, the diva of disco music who revolutionised and continues to revolutionise the discos with new versions of her songs, Gloria Gaynor, will sing live on June 17 at the Gran Casino of Majorca in the Jazz Voyeur Festival. Gaynor, 57, became world famous with the song I Will Survive, of which 40 million copies were sold worldwide. Originally recorded in 1979, this song has been translated into 20 languages including Arabic. Also, in 1980 it won a Grammy award as the best record. This is the second time that the diva has visited Majorca, the last time she took part in a concert in Club Robinson in Cala Serena in 1998. Her most recent record is I Never Knew, recorded in 2002, an album which included 15 songs, of which four are in Spanish, including I Will Survive. With this recording she revitalised her career. Her single Just Keep Thinkin' About You topped the charts, maintaining the line of a career spanning more than 30 years during which she recorded songs like “I never can say goodbye”. The icon that is now Gloria Gaynor was discovered by Clive Davis, director of MGM. With the arrival of the new millenium, Gaynor diversified her activities. In 1999 she made an appearance in a Broadway show entitled Smokey Joe's Cafe. Her numerous charitable works include founding the United Cerebal Palsy Organisation and the Revlon Annual Walk for Life, and other initiatives. And, as if this wasn't enough, she appeared as the guest star of two series made by FOX: That 70s Show and the popular Ally McBeal. Also appearing in the Jazz Voyeur Festival will be Brazilian musician Gilberto Gil, who is now the country's culture minister. He can be seen at the Auditorium on June 21.