Marvel Hooked Up Romeo Santos With His Own Superhero Suit

Credit: RomeoSantosVEVO / YouTube

“Yo quisiera ser el Hulk y te protejo… Superman para exhibirte el Universo.”

Romeo Santos wants to be a superhero. In his latest single, “Héroe Favorito,” the 35-year-old bachata star sings about his desire to have the super powers of heroes such as Superman, Spider-Man and The Hulk. You know, so he can protect his lover and show her the universe. Listen closely, though, and you’ll notice he’s also thinking like a villain:

Estoy planeando un secuestro

Para robarme tu amor

Mis estrategias no marchan

Y crece la imaginación

You’re planning a kidnapping? What happened to “With great power comes great responsibility”?

Anyway, if you’re wondering who designed the snazzy superhero costume Santos is wearing on the cover for the single, it was Marvel Custom, a marketing agency owned by Marvel Comics. According to Billboard, Santos was excited and apprehensive about becoming a superhero: “At first, to be honest, I was skeptical. Could it look corny, me in a suit?”

Read more about the process behind Santos’ superhero outfit @ Billboard.

READ: Have You Ever Wondered Why Romeo Santos Always Poses The Same Way in Photos? Here’s Why

A Dominican Newspaper Couldn't Tell President Trump And Alec Baldwin's Trump Apart


A Dominican Newspaper Couldn’t Tell President Trump And Alec Baldwin’s Trump Apart

Gage Skidmore/Flickr/Saturday Night Live/NBC

President Trump is not a fan of Alec Baldwin’s impression on “Saturday Night Live.” On more than one occasion, the president has used his personal Twitter account to fire shots at the actor.

Trump is convinced that “the Baldwin impersonation just can’t get any worse.”

Fans of “Saturday Night Live,” however, can’t get enough of Alec Baldwin’s Trump impression. His recent hosting duties on “SNL” earned the show its highest ratings for a single episode in six years, according to Fortune, and the show’s overall ratings are at a 20-year high.

Alec Baldwin’s impression is apparently so good that it fooled the Dominican Newspaper El Nacional.

No, it wasn’t a joke. In a story titled “Trump says settlements in Israel don’t favor peace,” El Nacional posted a photo of the actor in his “SNL” Trump costume and makeup. The photo of Baldwin-as-Trump appeared on page 19 of the February 10th issue.

Shortly after the mix up, El Nacional issued an apology.

El Nacional explained the mix up on their website, saying that they had received the image of Baldwin as Trump from the Associated Press (AP). The misidentification went unnoticed by the editors, which led to the unfortunate error. The Dominican newspaper apologized to anyone that was “affected” by the error.

So far President Trump has not tweeted about El Nacional‘s mix-up.

READ: California’s Farmers Voted For Trump Because They Wanted Change. They Told The NY Times They’re Worried Trump Might Deport Their Undocumented Work Force

Paid Promoted Stories