Sinitta, a mentor on UK's The X Factor, has recorded a video for the Out4Marriage campaign which calls for global gay marriage.

“I believe in love. And I also believe in marriage,” Sinitta says in the 40-second ad. “I've even been married and I hope one day to marry again.”

“Most of all, I believe in all people being able to celebrate their love in marriage. Gay people, straight people, black people, white people – all people.”

“That's why I'm out for marriage. Aren't you?”

“I do believe in miracles,” she added, a possible reference to her 1988 single I Don't Believe in Miracles. (The video is embedded in the right panel of this page. Visit our video library for more videos.)

The 43-year-old Seattle native is best known for her 80s hits So Macho, Toy Boy, Cross My Broken Heart and Right Back Where We Started From. She had a 2-year relationship with actor Brad Pitt in the late 80s and married Andy Willner in 2002. The couple divorced in 2010.