Enrique Iglesias: 'I have the smallest penis in the world' – Tabloid Hell

The Spanish singer also discusses losing his virginity during Australian gig

Enrique Iglesias: 'I have the smallest penis in the world' – Tabloid Hell

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Enrique Iglesias made a rather bold confession at a show in Melbourne, Australia earlier in the week (July 26), telling fans Down Under about his miniature manhood.

During a 20-minute interlude in his gig, the Spanish pop star invited four men from the audience up on stage and proceeded to ask them about the first time they had sex. Iglesias then went on to discuss losing his virginity, reports The Sun.

The singer said:

I was nervous as shit the first time. Usually the first time is not the best. Let me be honest, I was 17 and a half, I was so nervous. It lasted ten seconds.


When one of the audience members said that Iglesias’ Spanish good looks must be great for getting women into bed, he said:

What does Spanish good looks have to do with the size of your penis? Maybe I have the Spanish looks but I have the smallest penis in the world. I'm serious.


The singer later went on to say that he was inadvisably mixing alcohol with antibiotics.

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