Ricky Martin will show his “tush” on American Crime Story

“You guys have to see. It’s really good.”

Ricky Martin has revealed that viewers will see his “tush for the first time on television” for his upcoming role as Antonio D’Amico, in the The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story.

The second season in Ryan Murphy’s anthology series will tackle Gianni Versace’s murder by Andrew Cunanan, which then saw his sister Donatella take over his fashion empire.

During an appearance on The Ellen Show, Ricky said that he’ll be baring his bum during the season, to which Ellen enthusiastically replied: “You sure do! More than that!”

The She Bangs singer added: “You guys have to see. It’s really good.”

Watch Ricky and Ellen discuss his tush below.

Yaaas! Hooray! Rejoice! Etc.

Back in June, Martin revealed that he had filmed his first ever on-screen sex scene for the show.

He said: “I thought I was going to be more uncomfortable. The exhibitionism kicked in for a moment and all of a sudden I was naked in bed in front of 20 people from the crew and another actor I met that same day.”

The highly-anticipated follow-up to The People v. O. J. Simpson – which received 22 Emmy Award nominations (winning nine) – will premiere on 17 January.

Academy Award winner Penelope Cruz will take on the role of Donatella Versace, while Darren Criss will star as Andrew Cunanan, and Edgar Ramirez as Gianni Versace.

Related: Hello, tight speedos… Ricky Martin sizzles in first-look American Crime Story photos.



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