Ricky Martin is showing off his multiple personalities in the new video for "Adios."
Only Entertainment Tonight has the on set exclusive with the superstar for his latest music video, set in early-1930s Weimar Germany, and shot in the Long Beach, Calif., speakeasy Harvelle's, which opened its doors during Prohibition in 1931. Ricky plays not one, but five characters – including a police man, a mobster and a bartender -- in the retro video.
"There is something about that era and the style that I love," Ricky said, gushing that the shoot had been "a lot of fun."
Martin will answer fan questions during a live 15-minute Twitter Q&A Monday night at 7 p.m., with the official, full-length video to debut immediately after. Meanwhile, you can catch a sneak peek in the video player above and on Monday's episode of Entertainment Tonight.
"Adios" is the lead single off Martin's forthcoming, as-yet untitled album, due out in early 2015. Martin currently serves as a coach on Mexico's version of The Voice and later this month, he'll resume his Live In Mexico concert tour.
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