No offense to Perez Hilton, a dyed-in-the-wool Miami boy who's done very well for himself ... But the word hot should be spelled H-O-T, without exception. Almost.
We'll give the internet coinage a hall pass just this once, because the video for Enrique Iglesias' controversial latest hit single "Tonight I'm Loving You" (or "Tonight I'm Fucking You," as it's called in its uncensored incarnation) most definitely warrants it.
In fact, we'll go out on a limb and conjure up that puppy ourselves. Because this shit is H-A-W-T.
The heartthrob and pop superstar has been known to favor videos that flaunt skin and take an unabashed approach to portraying sexuality. But Iglesias really went out on a limb with this one.
Aggressively taking a hottie from behind in a bathroom? Sitting on the edge of a bed as an all-girl orgy, the depths of which it's virtually impossible to ascertain? And playing host to perhaps the most fortuitous sea-faring journey since Tommy Lee rented a yacht? These are just a few of the video's highlights.
Enrique Iglesias. Thursday, February 10. Hard Rock Live, One Seminole Way., Hollywood. The fucking starts at 7 p.m. and tickets cost $75 to $150 via ticketmaster.com. Call 954-327-7625 or visit hardrocklivehollywoodfl.com.
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