Filipino singer Enrique Iglesias is back on the top of the charts with his latest album Insomniac and with a Top 5 Single "Do You Know".
“Though I was born in Madrid, my being a Filipino is very strong in me,” says Enrique. “When I was growing up, my mom (Isabel Preysler) would always talk about the Philippines. She taught us the things that are very important to Filipino culture such as family, being hospitable to guests, and fear of God. I even remember the Filipino dishes she used to whip up.” - Manila Standard, March 18, 2004
Enrique Iglesias Talks About Being Filipino
"I think it must be harder to be female than male. Apart from having to deal with period pains, pregnancy and child birth, I think women are more emotional than men. It's not just that they find it easier to talk about emotions, I think they actually feel emotions more deeply."
"I'm as comfortable with women as I am with men. Of my closest friends, three are men and two are women.
"I learned a lot about women from my mother and my nanny, but I don't think you really get to know what makes women tick until you have a romantic relationship."
"Like most men, I'm not very good at romantic gestures."
Enrique Iglesias - Do You Know (The Ping Pong Song)