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Enrique Iglesias Gets Undressed with a Pussycat Doll in Latest Music Video "Heartbeat"

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Enrique Iglesias was a bit of a heartthrob when we were growing up. We had friends who had huge posters of his face on their walls, and it might not be too far fetched to suggest that he was pretty much South Florida's very own grown-up version of Justin Bieber.

Iglesias has had a thing for disrobing lately. We're not complaining or anything, but a lot of us missed the chance to see him water ski naked on Biscayne Bay. In his just-released music video for "Heartbeat," he and lead singer of the Pussycat Dolls, Nicole Scherzinger, are put in some compromising positions while missing the majority of their clothes. But how much can you really see?

Thanks to some dark lighting, all the important bits aren't really

visible. But there's the knowledge that they're barely dressed, and

sometimes, that's enough. Pulsing "heartbeat" lighting gives the impression of a laser show on their bare bodies and, Iglesias has his legs sprawled out and his head tilted back. You get the picture.

We're not really sure why he and Scherzinger keep appearing in a well lit room full of mirrors, fully clothed and leaning against each other, though. Check out the video below, and let us know what you think.

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