August 7, 2012 |
Jennifer Lopez and Enrique Iglesias' Sunday concert at Anaheim's Honda Center has been canceled. The two are currently co-anchoring a tour -- Iglesias' first joint venture and the first headlining outing for Lopez -- which is scheduled to roll into the Southland with a pair of shows in Anaheim and Los Angeles. Show promoter AEG Live announced late Monday that Sunday's Anaheim show was nixed. The tour's other three area concerts -- Saturday's show and two at Staples Center scheduled for next weekend -- will be performed as originally planned.
July 6, 2007 |
More than 10,000 fans, many of them teenagers, cheered and danced the night away at a Damascus performance by Enrique Iglesias, the first concert by a Western pop singer in Syria in more than 30 years. The 32-year-old Latin heartthrob charmed his audience with many of his hits, including "Hero," "Escape," "Love to See You Cry" and "Just Wanna Be With You," as well as songs from his new album, "Insomniac."
August 20, 2006 |
Spotted recently on shelves at 99 Cents Only Stores and Big Lots locations: "Alexander" computer game with Colin Farrell (left) on the coverTony Hawk's Boom Boom Huckjam portfolio Enrique Iglesias mouse pad Newman's Own Caramel Cups "American Idol" backpack with the phrase "Goin' to Hollywood."
August 5, 2002 |
The goal of the inaugural Veranazo 2002 festival Saturday at Dodger Stadium was to deliver an over-the-top, multiple-course musical feast that would outdo all other Latin-music events. And indeed, its Pantagruelian excesses resulted in the kind of sonic satiation that Latin music fans tend to savor. The six-hour show, organized by the radio station conglomerate Hispanic Broadcasting Corp.
April 1, 2002 |
A true romantic can give affection just as easily as he receives it. So the most memorable moments of Enrique Iglesias' performance Saturday at the Shrine Auditorium weren't musical, and they didn't come during those long periods when throngs of excited women rushed the stage. They came instead when the singer showed he was actually paying attention to the immediate needs of his fans.
January 12, 2001 |
TELEVISION Lots More Late Nights: Jay Leno has signed to continue hosting NBC's "Tonight Show" through the end of 2005. The deal means that Leno's guaranteed term of office is longer than that of his most frequent comedy target, George W. Bush, whose first term as president will end in January 2005. "I love this job," said Leno, chosen over David Letterman as Johnny Carson's successor in 1993. "The negotiations took 20 minutes. . . . I said, 'Yeah, let's do it. Tack on as many years as you want.'