Eduardo verastegui dating ricky martin
Pop idol who was in the band Kairo and who ranked in the top fifty Hottest Hispanics by People en Espanol.
He was in Jennifer Lopez's "Ain't it Funny" music video. Alongside singing and acting, he modeled for Calvin Klein.
HARTFORD, CT (Catholic Media Review) - Leticia Velasquez, of Catholic Media Review, recently had the opportunity to interview Eduardo Verastegui about His career and his faith Velasquez: Eduardo, when I interviewed you in 2009 in Connecticut, you mentioned wanting to do a film about the Cristeros.
Tell me how you got involved in "For Greater Glory." Verastegui: It was because of a friend of mine, Pablo Jose Barroso, the producer, I talked to him a long time ago, about the idea of making a film about the Cristeros war, I had an idea in mind, then he had an idea, and I read a script, he read a script, there were four or five scripts batting around, next thing you know he said "I think I've found it, I'm going to send it to you, let me know if you want to be involved, " and at that time I was involved in "Little Boy" and it was hard to be doing two parts at the same time.
I spent some time with him and his family, and he was very touched and moved by the film.
“He leaves the house every day in a suit and tie and that is so sexy.“I don’t want to sound cliché, but they teach me new things every day.” Valentino and Matteo, now 3½, were born via a surrogate after Martin fertilized a second woman’s donor eggs with his sperm, never revealing his identity to either. If I ever wonder where he is, he’ll be somewhere behind the bushes covered in mud,” the proud dad shares. He’s traveling right now.’ He’s very Zen and noble.” Matteo, on the other hand, much prefers to take charge — even if it’s over his own brother! “He’s like, ‘You don’t do that, this is what you do.’ He tells his brother what to do and what not to do.” Determined to be a hands-on father, Martin brought his sons on the road during his promotional tour for his latest album , and while the group were “every other night …But, apart from both boys sharing their father’s good looks — Martin jokes he “ate a lot of protein” and rested “before he got the cup” — the brothers couldn’t have more polar opposite personalities. “I know this sounds crazy, but I think he mediates. on a plane,” the twins’ company proved to be priceless.Since welcoming his fraternal twin sons in 2008, Ricky Martin has been livin’ la vida of fatherhood — and loving every second.“Every decision I make and everything I do is based on their needs,” the singer, who is currently appearing on Broadway in in their April issue.No only were they not afraid, but some of them actually died as martyrs and the last words which came out of their mouths were words of love and forgiveness, and that inspired me, and touched my heart and made me want to live like them.That's what I tried to do, every day in my work, to try and imitate these Mexican heroes who gave their very lives to defend their faith.It’s two different worlds — his and mine,” the singer reveals.“I know as much about his world as he knows about my world, which makes it really cool.” However, while they may be on two different pages professionally, the couple are completely in sync in their personal lives; Both Martin and Gonzalez Abella are determined to provide Valentino and Matteo with stability. He’s guided by the approach I take with the kids, he imitates it perfectly,” Martin says.Leticia Velasquez, of Catholic Media Review, is a contributing writer for Catholic Online, covering films, books and related media.She recently had the opportunity to interview Eduardo Verastegui about His career and his faith.