Ricky Martin Includes Gay Newlyweds in New Music Video

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Ricky Martin’s new music video for the track “Disparo El Corazon” (“Shot to the Heart”) off of his Spanish-sung album A Quien Quiera Escucha (To Whomever Wants to Listen) features two happy gay grooms. While Martin sings staring into a mirror, artful cinematography depicts reflections over the out singer’s face: First, the backs of two grooms in black suits featuring emblazoned with signs that read “Just Married,” and then, the men holding hands and looking lovingly into each other’s eyes. During this 3-second equal-love fest, this is the English translation of what Martin sings (H/T Out): “Here goes my confession. Before you, I was no saint. I have sinned, but that is in the past now. Meeting you was like a shot to the heart.”

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In the February issue of Billboard magazine, Martin said, “By June, the Supreme Court will say, “Let’s stop this nonsense and cover the entire country.” It’s inevitable—equality is inevitable.”

And he recently called out gay Italian designers Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana for their comments when they called children born through in-vitro fertilization “synthetic.”

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  • Shari-Lynn Pringle says:

    It matters not what he is saying in this song (if you don’t speak Spanish) – just how his voice/music makes you feel. So much love and light.

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