Unlike Father, Like Son

In Enrique Iglesias, Julio Iglesias on March 4, 2008 at 10:00 am

Besides not wanting to pop babies with multiple mamas and in multiple cities, Enrique Iglesias doesn’t want to follow his harlot father Julio in another way as well:


“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’).”

Enrique releases his greatest hits collection this month, and unlike his father, he realizes that every single song doesn’t have to be a classic:

“When I listen to my music I think it can still continue to evolve. After a couple of months go by, I think I could write a better song.”

That’s it, Enrique. Keep your perfectionist game up! Long as you don’t try that octogerian-twenties mating thing, it’s alright with me.



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