Ricky Martin was "Livin’ la Vida Loca" when his hit single broke through in the United States 15 years ago, busting down the door for the Latin pop explosion that followed. The Puerto Rican singer and Menudo alum had major success on both the Latin and English charts before taking a break in 2007 to become a father to twin boys, Matteo and Valentino.
Now, Martin opens up to ET about his first music video in three years and possible additions to his family.
"It’s a love song," Martin says of new single "Adios." "It’s Latin, with a touch of French influence."
The singer has been teasing fans on Twitter with sneak peeks at the song and video, in which Martin plays four different characters in the same nightclub.
He plans to release the finished video via Twitter, to his nearly 11 million followers, exclaiming that, "the social media movement is incredible."
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Martin also gushed to ET about his sons, who were born via a surrogate. The twins are now six years old and starting to ask their father questions about their birth.
"One thing I promised myself is to be completely honest with them," Martin says. "Whenever they ask me a question, I will answer with the truth."
Martin also hopes to add to his family, saying he’d like a younger sister for his boys, "a daddy’s little girl."
"Not one, not two, maybe three!" he exclaims. "I don't know, but I'm really looking forward to it."