Ricky Martin has doubled down on his foot fetish in a new interview. 

Since hitting the scene in the late 90s, the ‘Livin’ la Vida Loca’ singer has won the hearts of pop culture enthusiasts. 

While the openly gay singer has made a name for himself with his hit singles and record-breaking albums, Martin has also been praised by fans for being an open book about his life, including his fetishes. 

In February 2024, the ‘Vente pa’ ca’ singer revealed his love of feet during an interview with GQ

“I have a foot thing. I love foot massages, and I would kiss your feet like crazy for hours. But we all have something. Some have a fetish for armpits,” he explained. 

When asked if he posts his own feet on Instagram for his fans, Martin agreed with the publication, adding that some of his followers even draw art based on his photos. 

“Let’s open the conversation! Let me like this comment that said, ‘I like your feet.’ I have fans that can draw my feet like a piece of art. They write to me: ‘Ricky, I can recognize your feet a mile away,'” he said. 

Months after his unfiltered interview, Martin revisited the topic during his recent appearance on The View. 

“We’re learning a lot about you. I heard you’re a foot fetishist,” Joy Behar asked the American Crime Story star. 

In response, Martin said: “I love feet. I heard you have beautiful feet.” 

After revealing that the entire View cast was on wikiFeet, the Palm Royale star expressed uncertainty about his feet being on the website. 

“Mine, I don’t know. I’m a dancer, you know? But, some people like mine,” he added.  

The ‘Tu recuerdo’ singer’s recent appearance on The View comes a month after he opened up about his sex symbol status during a chat for Interview Magazine.

“Now the sex symbol situation’s sometimes annoying because you say, “Yeah, I want people to take me seriously for my work, and my music, and for the parts that I do, and then you have my mom that tells me, “Ay, nene, please. Be proud of what you have, and everything will come afterwards. So I guess we can’t fight it. It is what it is.

And the perception, we throw something out there and the audience can make of it whatever they want.

Martin added: “And I guess fantasize about me however you want to. [Laughs] I really don’t mind.”