When the eventual robot uprising does occur, we might want to look toward Enrique Iglesias to defend mankind. The singer was injured and bloodied by a flying drone while performing in Tijuana, Mexico, but he didn't let it dampen his spirits.
The remote-controlled death trap was used to capture aerial shots of fans during Iglesias' concerts, and occasionally Iglesias grabs the drone to provide point-of-view shots of the audience, a rep for Iglesias told the Associated Press. This time, however, the drone got the best of him and sliced up his fingers in the middle of his show.
Iglesias was treated at the side of the stage and was advised to stop the concert. But Iglesias isn't scared of nuts and bolts and continued performing for another 30 minutes, smearing his own blood on his shirt as if to tell other mechanical menaces to bring it on. What a stud.
The 40-year-old singer in on tour as part of his Sex and Love World Tour.
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