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Enrique Iglesias performs at a private party at the Wang

Enrique Iglesias performed at a private party for Emirates Airline at the Citi Wang Theatre.

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Enrique Iglesias performed at a private party for Emirates Airline at the Citi Wang Theatre.

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Guests at a private party celebrating Emirates Airline’s new flights from Boston to Dubai were surprised with a performance by pop singer Enrique Iglesias. The heartthrob performed for about 400 travel industry professionals at the festivities, which were held at the Citi Wang Theatre. VIPs at the event included Governor Deval Patrick and Iglesias’s girlfriend, retired tennis pro Anna Kournikova.

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