Rocks Off's Ultra-Hip Rodeo Concert Guide: Enrique Iglesias

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Date: March 6

Name: Enrique Iglesias

AKA: "What happened to your mole?"

Genre: Music to throw panties onstage to

Best Known Song(s): "Bailamos," "Hero," "I Like It," "Quitate Los Pantalones"

Key Demographic: Students of Romance languages...or novels, pool-boy fetishists, dudes secretly hoping to get a glimpse of Anna Kournikova

Previous HLSR Appearance(s): 1999-2000, 2004

Houston Connections, If Any: "Iglesia" means "church" in Spanish. We have a shitload of churches in H-Town.

If You Like This, Chances Are You'll Like: K-Tel's Love Tracks, Y tu mamá también, Julio Iglesias

Odds of Wearing a Hat: 5 percent

Because He/She's Bald? Enrique has hair you'd just love to run your fingers through (or so we assume...cough). Why cover that up?

Odds of Onstage Injury: 10 percent. We're confident HLSR security can keep the hordes of crazed females behind the barricades.

Odds of Those Jersey Shore People Making a Guest Appearance: If there truly is a god, zero percent.

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