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Ricky Martin Goes Pantless to Recreate 'Risky Business' Scene in 'Lip Sync Battle' Preview

April 20, 2017 (9:20 am) GMT
The 'Livin' la Vida Loca' hitmaker dances in his underwear as he channels Tom Cruise's Joel Goodson from the 1983 movie in the sneak peek.
Ricky Martin Goes Pantless to Recreate 'Risky Business' Scene in 'Lip Sync Battle' Preview

is not the only one who will deliver a saucy performance in the next episode of "". In a new preview for the upcoming outing, takes the stage to lip sync 's "Old Time Rock n Roll" and recreate 's famous "Risky Business" scene.

Channeling Cruise's character Joel Goodson, the Puerto Rican singer goes pantless and dons boxer briefs, a collared shirt and socks as he dances to the song, which was also featured in the 1983 movie. He even uses a candlestick like the one Cruise used as a microphone in the film.



Martin goes head to head against Upton in the new episode of "Lip Sync Battle" which will air Thursday, April 20. A previously released sneak peek of the model's performance showed her baring her cleavage as she recreated ' "...Baby One More Time" music video.

The busty model wears a black bra underneath a white shirt which is undone and tied across her chest in the short clip. She crawls on the floor and lifts her black skirt once she stands up, revealing more skin.

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