That's the videoclip of the english - french version of the song Tired of Being Sorry starred by our superhero Enrique Iglesias and Nadiya.
The song sounds great and Enrique Iglesias is as sexy as always :D:D. I´ll never be tired of watching it!
During Latin music's "Premio Lo Nuestro" awards in Miami, Iglesias was asked by America TV reporter Mayi Salas if she could come close to him to kiss him. He agreed, to the surprise of the assembled journalists.
Salas, who was wearing a blue wig, said: "This is for history."
Iglesias later said he "loved children but wasn't ready to be a father." He said he wasn't ready to get married, because today people can live together without being married.
Enrique Iglesias begins a tour of Mexico and the U.S. in April. The singer is the son of legendary Spanish singer Julio Iglesias.
Spanish singer Enrique Iglesias has four nominations to Billboard’s Latin Music Awards — including Artist of the Year — and is about to release his first compilation CD.
And that’s not all for the 33-year old Madrid-born artist.
“I’m celebrating that instead of 17 No. 1 songs, I’ve got 18,” Iglesias says via e-mail from Los Angeles.
“Dónde Están Corazón,” a single from the upcoming “95/08,” reached the top of Billboard’s Hot Latin Songs list for the 18th time of his career — the most ever for a Latin artist according to Iglesias’ label.
The CD includes 12 hits in Spanish and two new songs.
“Every song represents a moment in my career,” says Iglesias.
“Now that I see them together, I still think they’re good, each one in its own style.”
The album includes “Primera Vez,” “Experiencia Religiosa,” “Héroe” and “Dímelo.”
But the son of famed crooner Julio Iglesias doesn’t feel any more mature than when he debuted with an eponymous CD in 1995.
“I’m still a kid,” he says. “There’s a child in all of us and he must stay alive.”
Iglesias’ career has been versatile. He’s written songs, produced a musical — “Four Guys Named José and Una Mujer Named Maria!” — and debuted as an actor in the movie “Once Upon a Time in Mexico” and in the T.V. series “Two and a Half Men.”
“I would love to make more cinema. It must be something credible for me, with a group of people whom I trust 100%,” he says.
“Maybe I could think of producing, but my thing will always be music,” he adds. “Whether it may be in Spanish, English or Chinese, but music that touches people.”
Iglesias is also helping promote the Disney movie “Step Up2 The Streets,” which includes the video “Push,” from his 2007 CD “Insomniac.”
The Latin-pop hearthtrob is having a long-standing romantic liaison with Russian tennis player Anna Kournikova, but says he has no wedding plans.
“[Marriage] is a big responsibility, and you have to be prepared,” he says.
“I’m a bit neurotic,” he adds, laughing. “But I feel lucky. Anna is a great girl and we complement each other very well.”
We know Madrid-born Enrique Iglesias as an international singing superstar, with worldwide hits in his native tongue as well as massive crossover success with English-language songs. With a Spanish-language greatest-hits album on its way in late March, and a new song, 'Push,' on the 'Step Up 2 the Streets' soundtrack, the Madrid-born son of romantic pop legend Julio Iglesias reveals several things we might not know quite as well about him in the course of answering the following 11 Questions.
1. Being a big basketball fan, what do you think of the trade of Shaqille O'Neal to Phoenix?
Is that for real? I saw it on TV, I thought it was a joke. I was going to sleep when they said something, I don't know. That's crazy. It's gonna be interesting.
2. What is one band you think gets totally underappreciated that you love?
U2 [laughs]. I'm kidding. I love U2. I think they're one of the best bands in the world by far. They're amazing.
3. What are your two favorite songs to dance to?
'Macho Man,' by the Village People, and 'You Spin Me Round (Like a Record),' by Dead or Alive.
4. Do you have a favorite dance movie?
I think I lived in Spain when 'Breakin'' came out. I remember going to see it when I was a little kid and that movie sticks in my mind. It blew me away. That's the first time I kind of saw -- with me living in Spain -- break dancing and the guy doing the robot and all those great moves.
5. What's one song you'd love to translate into Spanish?
Translations are so difficult: A lot of times you lose the meaning and then you change truly what it's talking about.
6. What is your one must-have accessory or item when you're on tour?
The one thing I need to bring is a good sound system.
7. What is your biggest phobia?
When I was a little kid, my biggest phobia was wells, like water wells, like the one in the movie 'The Ring.'
8. What is your favorite soundtrack?
I love the music to 'Raiders of the Lost Ark' -- John Williams. I have the music of that movie and it reminds me of when I was a kid. The music he's done for movies, I think he's absolutely genius.
9. Do you have a favorite actor, one you'd go see every movie he does?
I like Vince Vaughn a lot. I think he's brilliant and he's one of those actors that his comedy is amazing, but even as a bad guy he's also good.
10. Who was your first celebrity crush?
11. Who would you want to play you in a biopic?
I don't know. No one comes to mind.
Posted Feb 21st 2008 5:00PM by Steve Baltin
Filed under: 11 Questions
Enrique Iglesias has already set the age when hes going to retire from making music 50.
The Tired of Being Sorry singer insists that he wouldnt want to continue writing and singing songs after reacting the half century mark, for he believes that his brand of energetic pop music is not suited to middle aged man.
In this regard, he admits, hes very different from his father Julio Iglesias
who he reckons will probably die onstage.
“I’m not sure I want to be up on a stage when I’m 64 or 65. In my father’s case, I think he’s going to die onstage and I respect that very much. In my case, in 15 years I’ll probably look ridiculous singing Bailamos (Let’s Dance),” Contactmusic quoted him, as saying.
However, he does also admit that he might just have a change of heart at the last moment.
“I want to retire in the next 15 years. But that’s what I say now. Who knows if I’ll have the courage to do it when the day comes,” he said