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Music Video: Livin' La Vida Loca

Artisit: Ricky Martin

  • Genre: Pop
  • Release Date: 2003
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Video Length: 3:41

  • Copyright: Ricky Martin

Music Video For Livin' La Vida Loca By Artist Ricky Martin

Reviews For Livin' La Vida Loca By Artist Ricky Martin

  • It is just crazy

    By Little Blue Wolf
    Ricky's works always keep me spellbound. What else could I say?
  • Great video

    By A-U-S-10
    Awesome video love the song and the dancing
  • strange

    By Jayne is not a girls name!
    this song would make a whole lot more sense if the dude wasn't gay
  • Old time but still good

    By hoper23
    This is amazing!
  • Livin la vida loca

    By Kara Starr
    I luv this song but kinda werid video even thought he got to kids and he's gay
  • Hell yeah!

    By Goodname-d
    This song is on shrek and it is incredible!!!
  • Good but....

    By clipperhero27
    Good song and music vid, but its kinda strange considering hes gay.
  • Awsome!

    By Lizzie10SL
    Este video es magnifico! Me encanta! (this video is magnificint, I love it!)
  • reason

    By ooorhue
    the reason the candle wax scene is edited out is because this is the english version. they made two different videos for the spanish and english version and the spanish version is the one with the candle wax scene in it.
  • :-)

    By new4you!

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