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Our first guest is a global superstar who has sold more than 70 million records worldwide. Please welcome the one and only, Ricky Martin. [MUSIC PLAYING - RICKY MARTIN, "SHAKE YOUR BON BON"] (SINGING) Shake your bon-bon. Shake your bon-bon. Shake your bon-bon, baby. Shake your bon-bon. Shake your bon-bon. Shake your bon-bon. Shake your bon-bon. I'm a desperado underneath your window. I see your silhouette. Are you Juliet? I feel a mad connection with your body. Shake your bon-bon. Shake your bon-bon. Shake your bon-bon. I want to be your lover. Your only Latin lover. We'll go around the world in a day. Don't say no, no, shake it my way. So first of all, how many shows in total? Is it 3,029? We've done 3,000, I think 29 shows. Yes. So that's 3,029. These are 500 because I one flower per show. These are 500. So, guys, come on. Let's do it. So it's one flower per show-- [APPLAUSE] --because you've been so amazing, Ellen. Ricky. And that's just I think what you deserve. Ricky! I think that's what you deserve. That's the twenty-- Big, big, big applause. Come on. I mean-- Come on. Come on. We can do it. [APPLAUSE] Ricky, you are so thoughtful. Come on. Nobody-- [SNEEZES] I mean-- [LAUGHTER] I was just kidding. That's so sweet. Thank you so much. Thank you so much. And this is 29. Yeah, then that's the 29. That's the 29. Yeah. [LAUGHTER] You're so sweet. Thank you so much. And thanks for being here in person. Are you kidding me? I love being here like always. I haven't seen you in a while, and this is just so nice to see you. And how is the family? You look amazing. You've in lockdown for-- that's got to be fun, though, to be in lockdown with four kids. It's been funny. It's been amazing. I have to say we were really in lockdown because my mom was with us. And it was great. It was warm and cozy. And then, you might get a little bit of anxiety because of-- the lockdown tends to get intense. Yeah. Yeah. But we're doing really well. Kids are amazing. Yeah. You have a little girl now. I have one little girl that has two daddies and three brothers. She's two years old, and she knows it. She knows it. She doesn't snap fingers yet, but she's about to. She about to. [LAUGHTER] She's the boss? She runs the house. The other day we were at-- she loved Cocomelon, so I'm singing with her in Cocomelon, and then she goes, no, no, daddy, no stop, stop, stop, stop. And I'm like, let me sing. I want to sing. No, no, no, no, daddy, no, no, no, no, no. So she doesn't let me sing, and this is serious business. She doesn't let me sing. She doesn't let me sing. Does she know you're a singer? [LAUGHTER] And do they-- do the others let you sing to them? Yeah, they don't have issues. Actually, the big ones are telling me, come on, dad, when are we going on the road? We got to do this. Yeah. They're really looking forward to it. Yeah, because that's-- they grew up on tour with you, and they loved-- I always asked you how that was. And they loved moving around. They love being on the road. Yeah, they started touring with me actually when they were four. And we're back. We're going to do it. Yeah, you're going back on tour. I cannot wait. I cannot wait. September, hopefully. Yeah. That's going to be amazing. It's going to be great. And you better come back here next year, my last year to sing here because I always love when you perform here. And I love this. I always love coming here. Do you have a favorite memory because you've been here like 14 times? At least. Yeah. At least. Ellen, for me the most important ones was Puerto Rico. After the hurricane and everything you did for us, I always say that you've become an honorary Puerto Rican. And Puerto Rico was a nation you would already have your passport. You would have a dual citizenship because of what you did for us. You did beautiful things for us. Well, you-- we just are happy to help. And I was trying to fly with you that one time-- I know, it was crazy. --and it didn't work out, but I just love what you did. And I'm always happy to join in. Thank you. So can we talk about-- because I'm looking at your-- I'm looking at you, but then I'm looking at the tattoo. Oh, the tattoo. Let's look at the-- let's show a picture of this recent tattoo of your leg. And tell everybody how long it took. It was very painful. Yes. It was three sessions of six hours each. But the third session, I just called a friend of mine, a doctor, and I said, come on, do you have some anesthesia because this is serious business? It's not cool what I just said. I won't-- but it's OK, I'm here in Ellen's. So I did it, and it's very painful. It is. It is. But I love-- But I'm looking at where there's no fat at all on your top of your foot. Yeah. This part here, the skin was heavy, heavy, heavy, very painful. Very painful, but I love tattoos. I love ink. I do. Are you going to keep going, or is that it? It might go up the leg, up to the toosh maybe. Yeah. [LAUGHTER] How many more do you have? I have 1, 2, 3, 4. I would say, a total of five. But it's just they're all connected. So they start in the chest, and they trouble down. But I didn't do them at the same time. Let's see. I do. Yeah. I want to cover. I want to cover because after 50 things start shaping up weirdly, so you can cover it with ink. Oh, that's what happens after 50. You just cover it with ink. You just cover with ink. I see. I didn't realize that's what we do. That's what we should. Yeah, we just cover it with ink. Well, you look damn good. You look fantastic. And you get bored, maybe it's the tattoo and maybe that's why you did it. But when you posted the picture of you bleaching your beard, people went crazy. That's what happens when you get bored. Yeah. At least that's what I do when I get bored. I bleach When-- I said the caption was, when bored, bleach. Right? Bleach at the beach because I was at beach. Yes. And then I did a very, very beautiful photo shoot for a very cool fashion magazine. And it exploded. The social media went crazy over the bleach. And actually, a friend of mine invited me to her birthday, but she goes, you got to bleach it again. Hello, Lesley, that was you. You got to bleach it again if you want to come to my birthday party. She really liked it. Wow. Yeah. But then you got tired of that. You can always go back to that in a second. But you always-- I just like changing. I know. And you always look good. You always have different hair and different looks. And I get it. I think it's fun that you do that. That's a great team. Yeah. Great team of people. You look you look good. Thank you. We have to take a break. And then we're going to come back. We're going to talk about a lot of other interesting stuff that you're doing. Looking forward to it. We'll be back. Hi, I'm Andy. Ellen asked me to remind you to subscribe to her channel, so you can see more awesome videos, like videos of me getting scared or saying embarrassing things like ball peen hammer and also some videos of Ellen and other celebrities if you're into that sort of thing. [SCREAMS] [BLEEP] God [BLEEP]