Ricky Martin, whose real name is Enrique Martín Morales, was a guest on the "Wendy Williams Show" on Tuesday, February 21, 2017. The Puerto Rican music icon discussed a lot with Wendy who was more than willing to ask questions and listen. The 45-year-old singer, actor and author opened up about his marriage to Jwan Yosef, being a father to 8-year-old twin boys, his Las Vegas residency at the Monte Carlo, kissing a woman for charity, and many other things.

Ricky kissed a woman

Ricky didn't hold back when Wendy brought up the subject of a female paying $90,000 to kiss her.

A clip was shown of Ricky passionately kissing the woman last year.

Ana Paola Diniz, a dog breeder, businesswoman and pet resort owner offered the highest bid at an auction to raise money for AIDS charities in Sao Paulo. After Ricky passionately kissed her, the woman's husband also asked for a kiss. Ricky jokingly told the husband he would kiss him too for another $90,000.

Ricky's boyfriend didn't mind seeing him kissing the woman for charity. Since then, Ricky and Syrian painter Jwan Yosef have married. The video of Ricky Martin kissing the woman went viral and became a trending topic on social media.

The singer's life seems to be going great for him and his family. In August 2008, he became the father of twin boys, Matteo and Valentino, born by a surrogate.

The twins and a tutor travel with him on the road so they can be home schooled. Ricky said he himself was also home schooled, and he said he turned out just fine.

Dance contest

There was a dance contest on the show where three audience members danced to Martin's song, "Shake Your Bon-Bon" for a chance to win a trip and tickets to his Las Vegas show.

Martin judged the contest and declared a woman who danced and did a split at the end to be the winner. The runner up was a Yonkers, a New York police officer who pulled her dress up to display the word "Ricky" written on her underwear.

Needless to say, the "Wendy Williams Show" was a good one on Tuesday because Ricky Martin was a welcomed guest.