The sexy Ricky Martin has found himself on the cover himself of April’s issue of The Advocate, looking as hot as ever. The latin pop star relocated to New York this past winter with his partner and twin sons, Matteo and Valentino. The reason for the move is because Ricky is starring in the Broadway revival of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s ‘Evita‘ musical where he will play the role of “Che”.
In The Advocate‘s article titled “Oh, Ricky!“, we learn more about his upbringing, dealing with fame, coming out, and a whole lot more. After he had come out, a straight father once tweeted him and said that Ricky coming out allowed him to better understand his son. “I wrote, ‚’Sir, you just made my day. Go and hug your child,’” explains Ricky to the magazine.
We also learn a little more about his partner, Carlos Gonzalez Abella, who is a financial analyst / stock broker. “I think he’s so sexy. He’s very smart. That is such a turn-on,” Martin laughs. “He leaves the house every day in a suit and tie and that is so sexy. It’s two different worlds—his and mine. I know as much about his world as he knows about my world, which makes it really cool.” Check out the magazine cover as well as a couple other pictures below.
I am anxiously awaiting my invitation in the mail. Latin vocalist Ricky Martin came out a year and change ago and is now starting to set the wedding plans in motion to marry long time boyfriend and baby daddy Carols Gonzalez Abella. The two are both raising their beautiful twin boys. Ricky Martin hinted at marriage last year when he appeared on Larry King Live saying that there were many countries that had equal marriage rights and would consider marrying there despite the fact he is a Puerto Rican native.
It’s being reported that Ricky Martin has been granted Spanish Citizenship to allow for him and partner Carlos to tie the knot in their country. Spokesman Jose Blanco told a news conference that ministers had agreed to grant him a “letter of naturalization”, issued in special circumstances, because of his “personal and professional links with Spain”.
Spain granted equal marriage rights back in 2005 and at the time, were only the third country in the world to do so. Since it’s inception, over 20,000 gay couples have entered in marriage. It’s so wild in my opinion to think that overseas in Spain, gay marriage is seen as a right but in our own backyard of America, certain states refuse to let it happen. It blows my mind. Ricky had the same opinion on CNN last year. Check out what he said below.