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We kissed and he put me in a cab, promising to call the next day.
You know those men who just exude warmth and non-pretentious charm and are capable of seducing anyone, from the 6-month-old in the supermarket checkout isle to your grandmother? We chatted for a bit and he invited us to an afterparty taking place in one of those Tribeca lofts that costs more than I realistically project making in my lifetime, where I saw New York’s do things that would have expedited them directly to Page Six.
Face-to-face interaction is nothing new for Iglesias.
For years his concerts included a reliable set piece built around his ballad “Hero,” in which he’d select a woman from the audience to serenade; often the bit would end with the singer kissing the woman on the mouth.
I used to hang out at The Beatrice Inn until the same wee hours that I now wake up for the Equinox Met Con3 class. It was 2008 and I was in the senior year of my dubious college career, which basically involved interning at Style Caster and spending every other night at The Beatrice, ogling Kirsten Dunst and the Olsens as they diminished in size and ascended in coolness.
Last week Billboard’s Hot 100 was topped for the fourth time by “Despacito,” the smash hit by Puerto Rico’s Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee featuring Justin Bieber. 1 on that chart since “Macarena” got there more than 20 years ago.“Despacito’s” success, of course, is especially remarkable because it comes just as a wave of anti-immigrant sentiment rolls through the United States, which coincides with President Trump’s effort to build a wall along the Mexican border.