"Here goes my confession," sings Ricky Martin in a black T-shirt, as he stares into his reflection in a dark room resembling a confessional. "Before you, I was no saint," he sings into the mirror. "I have sinned, but that is in the past now. Meeting you was like a shot to the heart."
So opens the touching music video to Martin's second single off his latest Spanish-language album A Quien Quiera Escucha [To Whomever Wants to Listen], this track titled "Disparo El Corazon" ["Shot to the Heart"].
The music video features reflections of same-sex couples on their wedding day, blended with Martin's own reflection in the mirror as he sings about a love affair that went sour. In a recent interview with Billboard, Martin talked about marriage equality, and said, "By June, the Supreme Court will say, 'Let's stop this nonsense and cover the entire country.' It's inevitable -- equality is inevitable."
The out father also spoke out recently against gay Italian designers Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana's statements calling children born through in-vitro fertilization "synthetic."
"Your voices are too powerful to be spreading so much hate," Martin tweeted at the designers. "Wake up, it's 2015. Love yourselves, guys."
Watch the video of the seemingly ageless pop star in full below: