Ricky Martin is not marrying boyfriend Carlos Gonzalez in New York, a representative has announced.

On Sunday, El Nuevo Dia quoting an unnamed source reported that Martin and Gonzalez were planning to wed in a ceremony on January 28 in New York City.

“It is a completely incorrect report,” a Martin spokesperson told GossipCop.com, which declared the claim to be a rumor.

Martin “has no set plans to marry,” the spokesperson added.

Martin himself denied the claim in a brief Twitter exchange in Spanish.

When @AnaMaria60 asked, “@ricky_martin is it true that you're getting married?” Martin responded: “Of what you see, believe half. Of what you read, believe nothing.”

Speculation that the Puerto Rican singer was preparing to wed his boyfriend reached a fever pitch in November after Martin secured citizenship in Spain, one of 10 countries where gay marriage is legal.

Rumors that Martin would marry in Argentina or Spain continued even after the artist denied them during a stop in Mexico.

“In my house there is no talk of marriage,” Martin told reporters during a news conference to promote his latest studio album Musica+Alma+Sexo.

“I'm not going to get married, we are very happy as we are, we've been together three years,” he added.

During a CNN interview shortly after coming out in 2010, Martin told host Larry King that he would consider getting hitched but wanted to do so in the United States.

New York became the sixth state to legalize gay marriage in June and the law took effect in July.

The former Menudo star came out gay in his memoir Me.

(Related: Johnny Weir marries boyfriend Victor Voronov.)