Frankie Valli not crying over ‘Jersey Boys’ closing

Big stars don’t cry.

Franki Valli is fine with the closing of the Broadway biopic, “Jersey Boys.”

“I’m not sad,” Valli told the Associated Press “I never dreamed it would last 11 years. The beauty about this whole situation is it’s not over. It is now beginning to happen in other parts of the world.”

The Tony Award-winning musical tracks the story of the Four Seasons — Valli, Bob Gaudio, Tommy DeVito and Nick Massi and features various classics songs including “Big Girls Don’t Cry.”

The show will continue off Broadway — literally — all over the world. It will make it to the Arsht Center in April.

“The funny thing about theater is that something can go away and come back 20 times — probably even after I’m gone. That’s the beauty of it. It’s better than doing a movie. It’s better than doing anything, in my opinion,” he said.

Valli plans to hit Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Jan. 27 and Jan 28.