Singer Ricky Martin believes the legalization of gay marriage in Australia “will happen.”

The 41-year-old Martin is a current coach on the Australian version of the singing contest The Voice.

Martin, Puerto Rico's most famous openly gay celebrity, shared with his more than 8 million Twitter followers a touching video of New Zealand lawmakers joining onlookers in a chorus of a Maori love song following passage of marriage equality in the chamber.

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“I had to tweet about that because love prevailed,” he told News Limited. “Love conquers all.”

“In 10 years from now hopefully we'll be laughing about the fact we are talking about this. Justice for all is inevitable.”

“We are beings of love and unfortunately, because of different codes the church has given us, we started saying that the way you feel is not right, it makes you evil. But look what's happening in countries like Argentina, Brazil, Uruguay, France as of this week, New Zealand … c'mon [Australia].”

“Oh my god, it will happen in Australia and I don't care where I am, I'm going to hop on a plane, go with you guys and celebrate.”