You know you’ve made it as a global icon when you have your own fragrance. Enrique Iglesias teamed up with Tommy Hilfiger to become the face of True Star Men. Iglesias was in good company as True Star Woman is fronted by the unstoppable Beyoncé.
What surprised the Latin megastar was how much went into creating a fragrance. Iglesias compared the process to creating an album. His sensual yet easy-going style inspires True Star.
Singing, songwriting, and acting — the gorgeous phenom can do it all. The Latin singing sensation has even produced an Off-Broadway show! You may get a bit tongue-tied with the title: "4 Guys Named Jose and una Mujer Named Maria."
The rhythmic stage show pays homage to the development of Latin music over the decades and has catchy melodies and a whirlwind story of love and loss. Where to next, Enrique?
How Enrique Met Your Mother
Enrique Iglesias flexed his acting muscles when he played Gael, Robin’s Argentinian rebound, in an episode of the American sitcom "How I Met Your Mother."
Every guy's nightmare is that his ex-girlfriend will hook up with a guy like Gael – a seductive, guitar-slinging surfer and masseuse. We felt for Ted. The poor guy couldn’t catch a break. Ted’s perpetual suffering aside, we enjoyed watching Iglesias, Gael, serenade the gang.
The hunky Hero teamed up with Pink, Britney Spears, and Beyoncé in one of the most lavish Super Bowl commercials of all time. In a spinoff of the popular film "Gladiator," the power trio of divas plays smoking hot gladiators in the Colosseum while Iglesias plays an evil Pepsi swigging emperor.
The three heroines throw down their weapons and lead a rebellion against Emperor Iglesias as they sing an earth-shaking rendition of Queen’s We Will Rock You.
Saving the Children
With all the chart-topping success, Iglesias still has time for charity. And it seems his heart is as big as his hits. The Save The Children Foundation referred to the hit-making Latin artist as a “Changemaker” after he and his fans raised $350,000 for the organization.
The donations came from all over the world and will go toward education in Peru, El Salvador, and Guatemala. Iglesias was quoted saying that he “has the best fans on the planet.”