Luis Fonsi on the red carpet at the 2018 Billboard Music Awards held at MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas. This year's winners included Ed Sheeran, Taylor Swift, Kendrick Lamar and Cardi B - Las Vegas, Nevada, United States - Sunday 20th May 2018
The video was briefly deleted along with a number of other big videos.
A number of major music videos were the victims of a security breach online this week when they - including Luis Fonsi's record-breaking 'Despacito' feauting Daddy Yankee - were temporarily deleted by hackers. The videos are back online, however, and someone claiming to be the hacker released a comment.
Luis Fonsi at the pre-grammy gala
The video, which had just broken YouTube records by being the first to reach 5 billion, disappeared from the video streaming site entirely to be replaced by a picture of masked men with guns and the legend 'Free Palestine'. The video is back up and running again with the views back at the original mark before it was removed.
Continue reading: Luis Fonsi's 'Despacito' Targeted In Online Video Hack Attack
Star Luis Fonsi has claimed that Demi Lovato has got ''the most powerful vocal in the world''.
The 39-year-old star has enlisted Demi's help for the track 'Échame la Culpa', and he's admitted to being blown away by her talent.
He shared: ''She was really excited about singing in Spanish, and she just killed it. She's just amazing.''
Continue reading: Luis Fonsi Hails Demi Lovato
The Luis Fonsi hit has managed to reach 4.6 billion streams.
One of this year's catchiest pop tunes, 'Despacito' by Luis Fonsi, has officially made it to being the most streamed song of all time beating previous record holder Justin Bieber. It's definitely one of those songs you want to play on repeat, but 4.6 billion streams is impressive.
Luis Fonsi at the Latin Music Awards
The Puerto Rican singer, who teamed up with fellow artist Daddy Yankee on the track, is amazed at the popularity 'Despacito' has gained since its release in January. It topped the charts in no less than 45 countries including the US and UK, and listeners have loved the reggaeton-dance number so much it's only taken 6 months for it to beat Justin Bieber's 'Sorry'.
Continue reading: 'Despacito' Beats Justin Bieber To Most Streamed Song Of All Time
Luis Fonsi and Agueda Lopez - 2015 Billboard Latin Music Awards presented by State Farm on Telemundo at the BankUnited Center - Inside & Backstage at BankUnited Center - Miami Beach, Florida, United States - Thursday 30th April 2015
Luis Fonsi and Agueda Lopez - A variety of stars were snapped as they attended the 2015 Billboard Latin Music Awards which were held at the BankUnited Center in Miami, Florida, United States - Thursday 30th April 2015