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Would you dance if I asked you to dance?


[tags] Enrique Iglesias, video, ikbis, karim [/tags]


  1. LOOOL

    yeah he's ROCK , wonder who Video him :D

  2. Im cracking up here!!! Who is this?

    He is great.. I loved the shower thing.

  3. Is he your friend? Tell him that he is famous and that I got him as a link on facebook I think 2 or 3 weeks ago. OMG I was on the floor laughing when I saw him...hehehe but then it got kinda wierd :S ... LOL LOL.

    But for real he is funny.

  4. really funny :D talented wallah!

  5. Lol..uu makee me laughh!!LOLLL

  6. I lovee this song,n u actualii luk gr8 singing this lol

  7. He is really cool and great :-) I don't know if Enrique would be proud, but I'm sure he'd enjoy it if he were to see this :-)

    Keep up the good work,

  8. I played this song over and over again.I loved thelyrics and Enrique singing it.


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