People Are Losing Their Minds Over Luis Fonsi’s Remix Of ‘Despacito’ With Justin Bieber And Daddy Yankee

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Yesterday morning a bomb dropped. No, not that bomb! A Spanish (language) bomb, and Justin Bieber set it off.


Okay, I’ll quit with the dramatics, but this is a big f*cking deal! To me, at least.

It’s not every day that Luis Fonsi collaborates with Justin Bieber and Daddy Yankee to release a crazy-ass good song.

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It’s called “Despacito,” and it’s the first time Bieber has ever sung in Spanish on a single. Naturally, I’ve been listening to it non stop ever since. Take a listen.

Amazing, right?

While the original version of “Despacito” is currently No. 44 on Billboard’s Hot 100 chart, this one will probably surpass that in no time. Mark my words.

So, how did people feel about this new song and more importantly about Bieber singing in Spanish? If they’re like me, they most likely LOST IT.

If you didn’t shed one tear over the song, you’re probably not human.

Don’t front, Justin wannabes.

We feel you, girl.

This is how good his Spanish is…

He has no weird accent. His Spanish is flawless!

Bieber is now officially an honorary Latino. Just kidding.

But he should at least drop an entire album in Spanish.

Some people wondered what made Bieber want to sing in Spanish. Here’s one theory:

Makes perfect sense, right?

Oh, and this is a low blow!

Not everyone speaks Spanish perfectly, OK?

Still don’t understand how pumped people were about the song? Here’s a tweet that should sum it up:

Thank you, Justin… really. We forgive all your past offenses. For now.

READ: Justin Bieber Gave A Shout-Out To ‘Spanish Girls’ During His Miami Show

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Ricky Martin Came Out Of The Closet Because He Didn't Want To Teach His Kids To Lie


Ricky Martin Came Out Of The Closet Because He Didn’t Want To Teach His Kids To Lie

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Sometimes your strength can come from unexpected places.

Ricky Martin recently sat down with CBS Sunday Morning to talk about his Vegas residency, future wedding, his rise to international stardom, and, of course, his adorable kids. The Puerto Rican superstar has captivated audiences around the world for years and he spent a lot of that time lying about and hiding his sexuality. But, it was the birth of his twin sons, Mateo and Valentino, that finally gave martin the push he needed to be honest with himself and the world.

“If I am not honest with my kids, what am I teaching them?” Martin told CBS Sunday Morning about how having his kids inspired him to come out. “I’m teaching them to lie.”

Before the addition of his twin sons Mateo and Valentino, Martin was struggling internally with his sexuality because of society’s pressure and the stigma of being a gay man. As he told CBS Sunday Morning, Martin feared rejection because he had been told for so long that his “feelings were evil” and that by feeling the way he felt about men then he wasn’t a good person. So, in 2010, Martin declared to he world, and his fans, that he is a “fortunate homosexual man.

“Not more that,” Martin said about the shame people tried to place on him for being gay. “I’m a good person and there is absolutely nothing wrong with me. No. No. Enough. Not more of that and I have been the happiest man ever since.”

You can read his full interview with CBS Sunday Morning here.

READ: Ricky Martin Explains How He Met His Fiancé: Instagram

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