Enrique Iglesias and Tamara Falcó are reunited virtually in the anthill

Enrique Iglesias granted an interview with El Anthillo on Thursday, September 16. The singer, who entered through video call, was virtually reconnected with h

Enrique Iglesias and Tamara Falcó are reunited virtually in the anthill

Enrique Iglesias granted an interview with El Anthillo on Thursday, September 16. The singer, who entered through video call, was virtually reconnected with his sister and collaborator of the program, Tamara Falcó.

Tamara connected from the Le Cordon Bleu cooking school and said he had seen his brother for the last time in August, shortly before his grandmother, Beatriz Drag. "Everything was coordinated so that she could come to say goodbye to our grandmother," she said.

"It was a very sad moment but, thank God, I was able to arrive on time to say goodbye and tell him that I love her very much. Now it's going to be our guardian angel. I was with Tamara and my mother, it was a supermotive moment. I, who I do not usually cry, I cried a lot, "he confessed. "Enrique is always in the best and the worst moments. Enrique always appears, he is an angel of the guard," said the Tertuliana.

Pablo Motorcycles wanted to know what the relationship of both was like when they were small. "It was a relationship of love-hate, he loved him, then he chivated me, then he hated me, but I was still looking at him, I was a small chivata," he admitted Falcó.

"For me it was very difficult because I was eight years old when my brother and I went to live in the United States, being separated from my sister and my mother was very difficult, but we have always been connected, we talked a lot," said Churches.

"When I went to the United States and people started listening to Enrique, they told me: 'It's not your brother, it's your half brother'. There they have everything very divided, I told Enrique and said: 'When did you I have called me half a sister? You are my sister '", he recalled Tamara.

Enrique counted a funny anecdote of her childhood. "Is it true that you persecuted a girl with a poop spray?" Asked the format driver. "That's true and there I learned my lesson," he confessed.

"I was chasing her with a poop spray, I was playing tennis and hit me a racket. I had to go to the hospital and I had to put points. I learned my lesson not to make gilipollecs like that," he recognized. "Never pursue anyone with a poop spray," she joked. As the artist explained, it is a joke article sold in Madrid. "Tamara buys me boats every year," revealed the interpreter, who lives in Miami.

The guest revealed that in 2022 he will launch his last album. "In 2016 I had the idea of throwing this album, which was going to be final. I was going to have volume 1 and volume 2, and volume 2 will come out in 2022," he confirmed.

"It's not that I'm going to pick up, but maybe I'm not going to take disc from 10 or 12 songs," the musician clarified, who revealed that the work should have come for sale, but was delayed due to the pandemic of Coronavirus

Updated Date: 21 September 2021, 12:19

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