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Enrique Iglesias Says He Has the Smallest Wiener in the World: VIDEO


At a concert in Melbourne this week, Enrique Iglesias invited three guys to join him on stage, and engage in a conversation about his first time having sex, and then revealed that he has the world's tiniest endowment. It's a topic Iglesias has talked about several times in the past.

The conversation was followed by a round of shots and a lift-the-shirt ab check.


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Enrique Iglesias Provides Customized Crotch Shots for His Fans


So accommodating. TMZ reports:

"Enrique Iglesias pointed a fan's camera down his pants and took a picture of his junk while performing in Vegas this weekend -- but the craziest part ... he gave the camera back to the fan!!!"

Iglesias performed his track "I Like It" on Regis & Kelly yesterday and discussed his plans to water ski naked in Miami Beach.

Watch it, AFTER THE JUMP...

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Enrique Iglesias Says He'll Keep Promise to Water Ski Naked

Enrique Enrique Iglesias was asked about his World Cup promise:

"If Spain wins, I'm going to get drunk and ski naked in Biscayne Bay. That is what we used to do when we were kids."

Said Iglesias when asked if he would honor it: "A bet is a bet!"

No schedule has been announced.

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