Ricky Martin's Sunday arrival in Argentina has fueled speculation of a wedding for the artist.

Argentina last year became the first country in Latin America to legalize gay marriage.

Last year, the 39-year-old pop singer told CNN's Larry King that he would someday like to marry his boyfriend Carlos Gonzales, preferably in the United States.

Martin, who is currently on tour to promote his latest studio album Musica + Alma + Sexo (Music + Soul + Sex), tweeted to his more than 3 million followers that he's in Argentina to film the video for FRIO, which appears on Musica + Alma + Sexo.

The wedding rumor was fueled in part by the singer's scheduled interview with Susana Gimenez – often described as the Oprah Winfrey of Argentina – with boyfriend and twin sons Mateo and Valentino in tow.

Several press accounts have already debunked the rumor, noting that Martin and Gonzales, who are both from Puerto Rico, a U.S. territory, are not eligible to marry in Argentina, since neither is a resident.

In March, Martin denied he's interested in getting married.

“In my house there is no talk of marriage,” Martin told reporters at a news conference in Mexico.

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

The former Menudo star came out gay in his 2010 memoir Me.