The New York Daily News reports Ricky Martin, actor Seth Green and *NSYNC star Joey Fatone partied at Chelsea nightclub Suede, where Mary Kay Letourneau’s student-lover Vili Fualaau also held court with an entourage. The celebs were much more low-key than Fualaau, who was giving out his agent’s card to anyone who stopped by to say hi.
Ricky Martin To Become Mr. Las Vegas?
August 2, 2004 – The Ft. Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel reports that Ricky Martin is in negotiations to become the new big attraction in Las Vegas, Nevada. The singer has been approached by investors – in a new Latin-themed casino and hotel complex in – who want him to be the next “Mr. Las Vegas”.
Ricky Martin Eyes Broadway Return
July 7, 2004 – Sky News reports that with his pop music career in decline, Ricky Martin has decided to return to Broadway theater. Martin has agreed to take on the role of the Tony Award winning musical currently starring Hugh Jackman in ‘Boy From Oz’. “I miss connecting with a live audience and this will mark my return to that arena,” Martin told a spy.
Ricky Martin A Guest At Jennifer And Marc’s Wedding
June 7, 2004 – Contributed by Jerseline:
According to Univision.com, who are offering complete coverage of the Marc Anthony and Jennifer Lopez wedding, it is reported that another Latin superstar was invited to the wedding. None other than former Menudo member and current megastar Ricky Martin. He along with his longtime girlfriend Rebecca de Alba, were a couple of the only celebrities invited to this wedding on the sneak. This site also has low quality but legal photos of the event. The caption for one of these photos shows a group of people at the event from above, is the one that states that Ricky and Rebecca were in attendance.
Ricky Martin Wants 20 Kids
June 5, 2004 – Latin music superstar Ricky Martin broke some big news to ‘Extra’ recently. It seems that in addition to his new album, Martin has children on his mind, from helping out around the world, to having his own. “I want 20 kids of my own,” he insisted. “I want to walk into my house one day and hear, ‘Daddy, daddy, daddy’s home!'”