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Enrique Iglesias – so hot!

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enrique_topThere is no disputing that the Latin Legend Enrique Iglesias is a VERY attractive man, dressed only in black jeans, a tight white T-shirt and a cap, he managed to arouse and excite the more than 5,000 fans who flocked to Altos de Chavon this Saturday the 11th of April to see him perform as part of his ‘Greatest Hits World Tour.’

Enrique kicked off the show at 10pm, appearing from a cloud of smoke with the song «Don’t you forget about me,» and continued to thrill his mainly female fans with 10 other songs; “Lloro por ti”, “Donde están corazón?”, “Just wanna be with you”, “Dimelo”, “Experiencia religiosa”, “Por amarte”, “Sólo en ti”, «Bailamos», «Not in love» and «Escape.»

During the concert Enrique took a short break from singing to invite a few fans onto the stage, one man a Cuban called Juan Carlos was with an entourage of Russian women, who he claimed to like better than Dominican women (Enrique failed to comment)! The other lucky fan, Angel who was wearing a custom-made Enrique T-shirt, and joined Enrique to sing «Por Amarte.» The three men did a toast to the Domincan Republic with shots of Grey Goose vodka, before Enrique continued with the show.

The concert came to a close at 11.10pm, leaving many fans desperate for more, and following a lengthy call for an encore Enrique reappeared, and as is his custom invited a female member of the audience on stage to join him for his final song. As it turned out the lucky lady was already married but assured Enrique that her husband wouldn’t get jealous…..the husban who was actually in the audience did not agree with her one bit! Enrique serenaded the married lady with his romantic and provocative song «Heroe,» while indulging in a little ‘friendly’ embrace and finishing with a lingering kiss…

The supporting act
While the amphitheatre filled up and fans got overexcited about the prospect of seeing Enrique, the Dominican singer Raymond Castellón warmed up the crowd with a pleasant collection of Latin rhythms including “Se me va la vida”, “Morena” y “La minifalda,” songs well known in Puerto Rico where he grew up and currently lives.

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