A Ricky Martin did not cost much undressing for Versace

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Not much is needed to convince Ricky Martin to work at Versace: American Crime Story. The artist had already appeared in Glee and wanted to act to Ryan Murphy. But the singer, who plays Antonio D’Amico, Gianni Versace couple -encarnado by Edgar Ramirez also wanted the story to life.

“It’s a story that should be told,” Martin told Entertainment Weekly magazine, which last week’s edition was devoted to production.

“The series talks about homophobia, hatred, indifference. It is raw, honest, dramatic and very sad, but at the same time shows the love of Gianni and Antonio, and his 15-year struggle. It’s something I really wanted to emphasize “he said.

The project represents many premieres to Martin. It is the first time the singer plays a gay character, since it came out of the closet in 2010. He admits that gives special meaning to his work at Versace.

“I am speaking for all those who can not be heard. There was a scene where Gianni falls on the beach. I helped when I shouted ‘do not touch me, paparazzi’. It’s hard to explain, but it took me eight years ago when he had not yet revealed my homosexuality. I was moved, “he revealed.

In addition, Versace: American Crime Story also required that the singer of “Adrenalina” starring in her first sex scene on television.

“I thought it would be more uncomfortable. But exhibitionism came and suddenly I was naked on a bed, in front of 20 people team and an actor I met the same day. He was not nervous; On the contrary, he was ready to do it, “he said.

Production was recorded in full in the Versace mansion in Miami Beach. “When you walk through the rooms feel how your story comes alive,” said the singer.

Martin is joined in the cast by Venezuelan Edgar Ramírez, star of the series; Penélope Cruz in the role of Donatella Versace and Darren Criss as the murderer Andrew Cunanan.

Versace: American Crime Story, which will be released in early 2018, is focused on the murder of known Italian couturier happened in Miami Beach in 1995. Its creator, Ryan Murphy led the first of the 10 chapters that have delivery.

The series, which began with the award-winning The People vs. OJ Simpson, will have at least two editions: one dedicated to the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina and the other to the relationship between Bill Clinton and Mónica Lewinsky.

Writing by: Daniel Rios
Information Taken from ACN

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