Tuesday, May 20, 2014

9 Times Enrique Iglesias Discussed His (Small) Penis !

If there's one topic you can almost always count on Enrique Iglesias to bring up in conversation, it's his penis. It's a more interesting subject than the weather, that's for sure (Cosmo's weather girl notwithstanding).

Over the years, Enrique's discussed his equipment in both a critical and complimentary light — more often the critical end of the phallic stick, though. Below, a complete compilation of his quotes on the matter, and by the end you just won't know what to think because 1) it's confusing and 2) you're hot and bothered.
The Sun via NME, 2011.

Houston Press, 2005.

 Pride Source, 2007.

 Page Six/NYP, 2013.

 College Candy, via VH1, 2007.

 Page Six/NYP, 2013.

 Bang Showbiz, via Times of India, 2011.

 The Frisky, (compiled in) 2009.

E! Online, 2011. : Also, here's one visual metaphor, from Enrique's raunchy "Sad Eyes" music video. Yes, it's a lady performing enthusiastically on Enrique's stripper pole peen:

So who knows what to think at this point!

Enrique Iglesias Can't Decide If He Wants to Get Married

Enrique Iglesias said last week that he did not think marrying Anna Kournikova — his girlfriend of 13 years — would change anything or make the couple happier. Of course, this led people to believe that he was just making excuses for not marrying the hot tennis player but he insists that is not the case.

"I didn't say that I don't want to get married. I don't know if I maybe came out the wrong way," the 38-year-old singer said on the Today Show. "What I said is that, 'We are extremely happy the way we are.' I'm not against marriage by any means. I have not ruled it out, but if you're happy, I don't think it will really make a difference. She's the coolest girl in the world."

The 3 Sexiest Dance Moves in Enrique Iglesias' New Video for "Bailando"

Enrique Iglesias is back on his Spanish music game, and no one is complaining. His new video "Bailando," featuring Descemer Bueno and reggaeton band Gente de Zona, is full of hip-hop-style street dancing, dance battles, and sultry, sexy Latin moves, of course. The takeaway? Everyone needs to master the following three moves in order to win their next dance battle (if anyone actually does this in real life, you know, like Save the Last Dance style).

1. The couple flip:

2. The come hither:

3. The ultimate salsera spin:  

Watch the entire video, below.

Enrique Iglesias - 3 Letters (Ft. Pitbull) New Single Song Lyrics from album Sex + Love delux edition album cover art

Listen or download 3 Letters for free on Pleer


One love
Enrique Iglesias

I don’t care if you're taken
Long as you’re single I come around
I don’t care for love making
I wanna beat it till you walls come down
I put the key in your ignition
Turn you on
So you revved up, ready to go
Now I can tell you what I’m thinking, if you want
But you already know, already know

I got three letters on my brain
I shouldn’t have to spell it for you
I’ve for three letters on my brain
I can’t wait to put it on you
And have you like, wo-oh, make your body, explode
I got three letters on my brain
I shouldn’t have to spell it for you

I don’t care what you’re wearing
Because it all looks good on a flow
I wanna see you standing
With nothing on but the heels you own
I put the key in your ignition
And Turn you on
So you revved up, ready to go
Now I can tell you what I’m thinking, if you want
But you already know, already know

I got three letters on my brain
I shouldn’t have to spell it for you
I’ve for three letters on my brain
I can’t wait to put it on you
And have you like, wo-oh, make your body, explode
I got three letters on my brain
I shouldn’t have to spell it for you


I’m going down, going down, going down
Cause baby you’re sexy
So turn around, turn around, turn around
Cause baby you’re sexy

I got three letters on my brain
I shouldn’t have to spell it for you
I’ve for three letters on my brain
I can’t wait to put it on you
And have you like, wo-oh, make your body, explode
I got three letters on my brain
I shouldn’t have to spell it for you

I got three letters...
I got three letters...

Thursday, May 15, 2014

Enrique Iglesias Reveals His Penis Size

The scorching-hot Spanish singer, on tour now, talks swiping his V-card, settling down, and just how big he is below the belt.

Your "I'm a Freak" video is being called the "Blurred Lines" of 2014. Are you really that freaky?
There are days when I want to have fun and be a freak — I mean that in a positive way. I want to be as crazy and spontaneous as possible and just go nuts.

Are your other songs as sexy?
The vibe of the album is very bipolar. It's sex and love. Those two words can be so close together but so far apart.

What was your first time like?
It was with my English teacher. I was in the fourth grade and ... I'm kidding! I don't remember a lot, just being extremely nervous but also extremely excited.

It's no secret that you and Anna Kournikova have been involved for a while. Do you ever see yourself settling down?
I do. I'm not against marriage. But for me, whether you're married or not, there comes a point when it's the same level of commitment. People ask, "Wouldn't you want your kids to know their parents are married?" Honestly, no. I just want to be a good father.

What's up with you talking about your penis size all the time?
My girlfriend always tells me, "If I read one more thing on the internet about you having a small penis.…" But she laughs it off. It's funny. What's the average penis size?

Like five and a half inches.
Then I'm way above average! Kidding — I'm in the middle.

Enrique Iglesias: “My Hidden Talent is 69-ing” : Interview

And all the other awesome things Enrique Iglesias said at a Gilt City event celebrating the Latin pop sensation.

Do you have a hidden talent?
I’m good at 69. I started very young. That was one of my first positions.

Finish the sentence: I can't go to bed unless I…
Unless I pee at least five times, because I hate waking up in the middle of the night and having to go pee.

Do you have a celebrity crush?
Diane Lane. I've always liked her.

What is your guilty pleasure?
Rum. I got involved three years ago with Atlantico Rum. I shouldn't be drinking as much of it, and at times I happen to eventually drink a little too much.

What is your best and worst personality trait?
My best personality trait that I think I'm very approachable. And my worst is that I can be moody.

What is your all-time favorite movie?
That's a tough one since there are so many movies that I love, but I would have to go back to when I was a child: Raiders of the Lost Ark, ET, Goonies.

What was your earliest music memory — that one thing that made you want to become a musician?
This goes back to when I moved to Miami when I was 9 years old. I went to go see Bruce Springsteen’s "Born in the USA" tour in the Orange Bowl, and I didn't know anything about music. I just remember seeing the guy on stage and thinking, “Man, I would do anything to be that guy.” He just impressed me so much, and he was such a powerful performer and great storyteller, so that was one of those moments I said, "That’s what I want to do when I grow up."

Favorite go-to karaoke song?
Probably “It's Raining Men.” Am I secure enough to pull that off?

What are you looking forward to the most in 2014?
I love what I do and I think I've appreciated it more throughout the years, but just to keep on traveling, keep on doing shows, and hopefully making better albums. That's always my goal. I don't know, maybe in 2015 I'm gonna be like, "Ya know what, I'm sick of this, um, I think it's time to retire." Sometimes I think, "Whoa, do I see myself when I'm 60 or 50 or in my 40s singing 'Tonight, I'm Banging You'?" Honestly, I don't know.

Have you decided the name of the new album?
I have three names for the album, and I don’t want to say the name just in case I get it wrong, but it will be one of those three. But the album is finished, so that’s a cool thing.

What makes the new album different from Euphoria?
Well, every album is different. What I try to do is co-write with other songwriters, especially songwriters that come from completely different musical backgrounds, and that helps me a lot. It's definitely more eclectic. Euphoria was pretty eclectic, but this is even more. There are a lot of features in it. I go from English to Spanish, and I feel I have some cool songs. For some reason, in Spanish, it takes me a little longer at times.

Enrique's 10th studio album will be out in March, but until then check out his latest scorching hot single "Heart Attack."

Enrique Iglesias Scores 25th No. 1 With 'Bailando'

Enrique Iglesias is a force to be reckoned with. He holds the record for most songs to ever top the Hot Latin Songs chart, and now scores his 25th No. 1 with the ever catchy "Bailando" featuring his co-writer on the song, Descemer Bueno, and the Havana-based reggaeton duo Gente de Zona.  Iglesias further extends his lead, leaving the subsequent top No. 1 holders in the dust.  Luis Miguel trails with the second-most chart toppers (16), followed by Gloria Estefan (15).

"Bailando" also climbs 6-1 to rule the Latin Streaming Songs chart. To date, the music video has amassed 27 million views Worldwide, in the (almost) four weeks since its release.  On Latin Digital Songs, the track lists its third week at the top, selling just under 13,000 digital downloads,  according to Nielsen SoundScan.

On Latin Airplay the track bounds 13-5, stretching to 9.5 million audience impressions (a 37 percent increase), according to Nielsen BDS.  Iglesias currently holds 25 No. 1s on the Latin Airplay chart, also claiming the record for the most to reach the top.

Iglesias has been placing hit after hit at the top of the chart for 19 years, logging his first when he was only 19 years old with "Si Tu Te Vas."  The track spent eight weeks at the peak, and was only the start of his illustrious chart history.  Since then, he has ruled with smashes like "Enamorado Por Primera Vez" (12 weeks in 1997), "Do You Know? (The Ping Pong Song)" (11 weeks in 2007), and "Cuando Me Enamoro" (17 weeks in 2010), among a slew of others.

"Bailando" comes off of Iglesias’ latest album "Sex & Love", which debuted at No. 1 on Top Latin Albums on April 15, 2014 and is currently in its sixth week at the No. 2 spot, selling 5,000 copies for the May 17 chart date, according to Nielsen SoundScan.

Iglesias' No. 1 is the second recorded version of the song. Collaborators Bueno and Gente de Zona did their own version of the song in 2013. Iglesias had not shown immediate interest in recording it after he and Bueno came up with the basics of "Bailando" during a writing session, according to Bueno. "The song exploded in Cuba," Javier Otero, Gente de Zona’s manager told Billboard. Director Alejandro Perez filmed a video for the song, featuring a flamenco troupe dancing in the streets of Havana. The video quickly became popular on Youtube, where Iglesias saw it after a friend — not knowing it was the superstar's song - told him it was a great video that he should watch.

"Suddenly I got a call from Enrique Iglesias," Otero recalls. The song was revised and recorded by Iglesias with Bueno and Gente de Zona, and another hit for Iglesias was born. The new Iglesias video, also directed by Alejandro Perez in the Dominican Republic and featuring the Cuban artists and the flamenco dancers, has over 27 million views on Youtube.  The Bueno/Gente de Zona version of the song reached No. 18 on the Latin Pop Digital Songs  chart. Members of the Buena Vista Social Club have been the only other artists residing in Cuba under Castro to appear on the Billboard Latin charts, with Gente de Zona's participation in "Bailando" marking a first for a contemporary Cuban resident featured on a track at the top of Hot Latin Songs. Bueno, who has lived in Miami since 2000 and travels regularly to Havana, where he is a star in his own right, is in talks with with Universal Music Latin about recording a new solo album, a follow up to his 2012 EMI release "Bueno."

A bilingual version of "Bailando," with Iglesias singing in English and featuring Sean Paul, has been released to radio stations. A video for that song just completed filming in the Dominican Republic.

Tuesday, May 06, 2014

'Dirty Dancer' Star Enrique Iglesias Says He Is 'Embarrassed' To Hear His Own Music

Shy isn't a word that seems to describe Enrique Iglesias.

This is, after all, the son of Julio Iglesias and the same man that said he would get naked in Trafalgar Square if Spain wins the World Cup. But he does get embarrassed about one thing: his music.

"I feel embarrassed to hear my own songs," he said before the Billboard Latin Music Awards. "I remember that at the beginning of my career, I was driving in Miami and I heard 'Si Tu Te Vas,' one of my first songs, on the radio. I was 16 years old, and it was one of the most embarrassing moments in my life. I had to literally park the car, and I remember that I was thinking aloud, 'I can't believe people are listening to this.' I felt it was something very personal, which i had written for someone. It took me a lot of time to get over it. It's rare. I was proud and happy, but at the same time, I felt as though everyone was reading my diary."

The heartthrob performed at Thursday night's Billboard Latin Music Awards. Before getting on stage, he spent the entire night teasing his performance. He shared a picture of himself on the way to the event. He also shared the door to his dressing room, and told his fans that he would be going on at any moment.

Iglesias went home with one award: Hot Latin Song of the Year, Vocal Event, for "Loco." This song also features Romeo Santos.

The singer accepted the award on his own, and he nearly forgot to thank Romeo Santos, but he eventually realized his mistake. He said that without Santos, he wouldn't even have a song.

Enrique Iglesias's English songs fail to impress?

Enrique Iglesias’s newest album has many people missing the early version of the bilingual pop star.

Iglesias released “Sex and Love” on March 18. The regular album contains 11 tracks, but an extra five are available on the deluxe edition. Both editions can be found at stores such as Target or Walmart. Like his past albums, “Sex and Love” is bilingual, containing songs in both English and Spanish.

Unfortunately for the English-speaking population, the strength in this album is due to his Spanish ballads. His song “Bailando” is catchy and has a good sound to it, but despite being able to translate the title (“Dancing”), I have no idea what the message is.

Not so catchy are his English dance-music songs. Iglesias collaborates with some well-known names such as Pitbull, Flo Rida and Kylie Minogue, but these songs still lack strength. Some of the lyrics are cheesy, vulgar and can get repetitive, which is more annoying than catchy.

“I thought the album was okay,” Arts & Sciences sophomore Cassie Boehm said. “I’m not a huge fan of him or his music, so this album really didn’t change my opinion. I also think all of his songs sound the same.”

“Sex and Love” is Iglesias’s 10th album, his last album release being in 2010 with “Euphoria.” Although “Euphoria” was not necessarily a bad album, and did include a few songs worth dancing to, Iglesias’s hits such as “Bailamos” and “Hero” come from his earlier career.

Heider College of Business sophomore Cindy Wilson is not a fan of Iglesias’s goal for the new album.

“He should stick to his old stuff such as ‘Bailamos’ and ‘Escape,’” she said. “The party music doesn’t sound right coming from him.”

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