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Enrique Iglesias has always had a special corner in my heart, and I can’t believe I missed  his FREE concert AT HOME, in Sofia, on September 29th!

I am sincerely jealous of Ralitza, the Bulgarian fan whom Enrique Iglesias KISSED while singing the song that melts every girl’s heart, Hero!

Enrique didn’t win over his fans’ hearts because he kissed a Bulgarian girl. He won them over because he told her:

“Ralitza, you are Sofia, you are Bulgaria… This is for your country!” Now that’s called great art and great marketing!

Some of the other world-famous musicians who have given concerts in Sofia include: Madonna, Kylie Minogue, Rihanna, Sting, Bryan Adams, Sir Elton John, Seal, George Michael, Lenny Kravitz, Eros Ramazzotti,  Zucchero, Andrea Bocelli, Eric Clapton, AC/DC, Metallica, Depeche Mode, and many more.

Read Ellis Shuman’s review of the concert. Her and her husband’s blog is full of interesting stories about their Adventures in Bulgaria.

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