Ricky Martin has revealed who was his first male celebrity crush!
When asked by caller on Wednesday’s (February 22) Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen which celebrity made him realize he was into guys, the 45-year-old singer had one only name come to mind: John Travolta!
More specifically, Saturday Night Fever era John Travolta.
“That underwear scene. He wakes up, black underwear,” Ricky described. “I still remember, I don’t watch this movie. I saw that movie back then like 8 times and I didn’t know why. “I never told him ‘You were my first crush’.”
Pictured: Ricky suited up to hit the carpet with Becky G, Thalia and J Balvin at Univision’s 29th Edition of Premio Lo Nuestro A La Musica Latina at the American Airlines Arena on Thursday (February 23) in Miami, Fla.
Ricky Martin’s First Celebrity Crush
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Ricky Martin is making an appearance on the latest episode of The Dr. Oz Show, airing on Wednesday (February 22), and he opens up about life as a dad!
The 45-year-old singer, who will soon be launching a Las Vegas residency, says that his kids play a part in every decision he makes in life.
“Everything that I do, every decision that I make is based on them—is based on their well-being,” Ricky said. “That was a commitment that I made when I decided to become a father. And they are a little bit like my religion because, they don’t know it, but they’re like little life-savers. Because once again, when I have to make a decision, whatever that decision is, I think of them and it turns out to be the right decision.”
“I met my fiance on Instagram. I’m an art collector and he’s artist. I wrote to him and then we were talking for like six months without me hearing his voice,” the 44-year-old entertainer revealed while making an appearance on Andy Cohen‘s exclusive SiriusXM radio show Andy Radio on Thursday (February 15) in New York City.
The 32-year-old Australian singer joins the 44-year-old entertainer on the brand new English version of his fall Latin hit “Vente Pa’Ca,” which originally featured Colombian rapper Maluma and has already topped the US Billbaord Latin Pop Songs Chart.