Videospremium.net - Cristiano Ronaldo. El retorno de los increibles 2010 3 of 5 HD (Subt.)


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- The day I recorded the BES ad, I had to sing... it was a challenge, of course.
And on the day the ad was broadcast on TV for the first time, I was with the rest of the Portuguese team...
It showed me recording the track, without any background music or any of the effects that were added later on. And then I start singing...
Everyone just turned to me saying “Man, what are you doing?”. I was so embarrassed
All the coaches were staring at me... my sisters aswell... my mother...
“Sweetheart, I love you very much but please stick to football, you’re awful when it comes to singing.”
And i said "I didn’t even get to warm up my voice before recording"
Any worthy singer has to warm up first...
Now it's going to be faster...
Dani, I’m trying to tune in to the radio station I usually listen to in the morning to show it to you...
Professor Vaughan. It's someone who gives english lessons. This is so I don’t forget and continue to practice my English.
I’m aware of the fact that the more I know, the better it’ll be for myself and my future.
Go back and finish school, get a degree...
I know that football won’t last forever...
We're arriving at the training center...
I have to get going now...
- "Cristiano, you're better than Messi!"
- The difference between this here and Manchester is the amount of supporters. There are more supporters here.
As you can see, there are no other cars yet. I'm the first to arrive. Normal...
This is the main team's parking lot.
And the first car to park is mine, as you can see...
You guys can stay here, you have a bar over there and you can watch the team practice on the other side. It’s cool.
"Hasta luego" in spanish (See you later).
- Can you do it with two at the same time?
- I can do with both. Wait...
- Is the best in the world capable of doing the same with a pair of socks?
- I can try...
Hey Dani, it was harder when you asked me to do it with a ping-pong ball.
On the crossbar...
On the Ferrari...
I hit it on the bottom to avoid damaging it...
My favourite place is here in Portugal. Because my family is here... my nephews...
Now they won’t open the door...
Using common expressions from Madeira. Don't you get the "madorna" in the morning?
"Madorna" is when you're still a bit sleepy...
You have to show me that list of Madeiran terms...
“Bizalho” (small chicken). My sisters used to call out to me like that... "Hey "bizalho"... how are you doing ?"
You know what "boragem" is?
It's pigs food...
Yea, we talk like that in Madeira...
You know what “mamulhão” is"?
It's the bump you get on our head when get hit by something.
It's cool.
- "Semilha"?
- That's potato, everyone knows that one.
- Playing "apilhagem"?
- I don’t know how you say it in the mainland. À “apanhada” (playing tag). - That’s the “tag” game.
There are a few words there, that we only use when my entire family is together.
Quiet garden here, right?
Yea, it's very quiet... I love houses with gardens.
I have a few houses with gardens, that’s always what I like best about them.
You cherish tranquility a lot, don’t you?
After our busy life... football... people... fans... our home is the ideal place to relax.
- Is it hard to be "Cristiano Ronaldo" and deal with the amount of responsibility that comes with the name?
- I like being who i am and im proud of it. But sometimes... there are good things about it and some not as good.
We have to know how to deal with it, but i love being who i am.
- Here are two of the most important trophies you’ve received so far...
- That’s right. I’m proudest of these two trophies, they are high points in my career.
It's heavy. Take it...
So what do you say when you receive such thing as this?
What we say is that we thank every team mate from my team, which in this case was Manchester, for this title...
To my family and to God for always guiding me through life...
- Are you a religious person?
- Yes... I'm religious in my own way. I have faith and i'm a catholic.
- Is it easy for you to forgive?
- I don't forgive the few friends I have. I completely trust them… I would give my life for them.
- You step on that stage and the first thing you say is to your mother, letting her know she was free to light fireworks in Madeira.
- That's right because my mom was ready to light the fireworks together with my sisters back home, with some champagne.
I always express myself that way, thinking of them...
Everything i win makes me happy, but i know it makes them twice as happy.
- Do you regret anything in your life?
- I do... I don't agree when people say they never regret anything.
That just doesn't make sense to me...
I regret many things that i've done in the past...
But it has an upside because if we don’t make mistakes, we’ll never learn.
- What do you think that you've inherited from your mother and father?
- Perhaps I got my strong personality from my mother.
Being a kind person, from my father.
- Do you think that some people try to get close to you just because you're "Cristiano Ronaldo"?
- Without a doubt... That's the price of fame and you have to know how to deal with it. Appearances can be deceiving.
Being famous, being on TV often... being wealthy, these things just make other people want to get closer to you.
But that's to be expected. You have to be able to see them for what they truly are and I’m not saying everyone is like that.
The car i like the most is obviously this one...
Let me tell you a story...
When i was at Sporting... in the training center... i got punished once because of something I did at school...
And at night, i used to take the trash to the dump..
And i remember i had to walk past a lounge where all the other kids were hanging out at...
And the garbage bin I had to take out had a name... "Ferrari".
So whenever I got punished, I had to go past that room and the other kids would say:
"Vrum, vrum".. And I, still a kid.. didn't like it that much.
And one day, i asked a friend to help me carry the garbage...
And, as always, just as I was walking past that room, they started: "Vrum, vrum... there goes the Ferrari!"
Then i turned to them, to one or two "bullies", which i didn't have a very good relationship with already...
And i said: "Hey, keep laughing… one day, i'll have a real Ferrari!"
And well...
"Anda pa caraças!" (A car that has a lot of speed).
A story from when I was 11, still in Madeira...
I was at my uncle's place... and I was sweeping the street just outside the gate...
I was sweeping... skinny and with that curly hair i used to have.
A yellow Fiat GT goes by and I turn to my cousin and say:
"Sérgio, that car? "Anda de caraças!"" (A car that has a lot of speed).
So people today still make fun of me for that when we’re together and some car goes by fast.
That part was a funny one...
I bought this car recently, and when travelling to Portugal...