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Enrique Iglesias wants Jersey Shore duet
Enrique Iglesias wants to duet with The Situation from 'Jersey Shore'.
The 'Hero' hitmaker worked with the cast from the MTV reality show for his latest song 'I Like It', which also features Pitbull, when he put them in the video for the track.
Now Enrique has revealed he would be prepared to go in the studio with Mike 'The Situation' Sorrentino.
Speaking to E! Online, Enrique said: "I wouldn't mind it. I mean, a lot of it comes down to the song, but it would be fun!"
Although the cast of 'Jersey Shore' - which focuses on the lives of a group of young and fame hungry Italian-Americans - behave badly on screen, the chart topper insists working with them on his music video was drama free.
He added: "You watch the show and you see all this drama and all these fights and you're like, 'Oh my God, all of this is going to be going on during the video!' It wasn't like that at all. I got to hang out with them, the guys were so nice and I'm actually a big fan now."Posted on 2 Jul 2010 10:00 to category : Music News
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