We've been talking about Ricky Martin and Jwan Yosef 's wedding forever not and it seems like they have already tied the knot and we're just finding out. The star of "The Assassination of Gianni Versace" confirmed the news to E! very casually. “I’m a husband, but we’re doing a heavy party in a couple of months, I’ll let you know,” he said. “We’ve exchanged vows, and we’ve swear – everything, and we’ve signed all the papers that we needed to sign, prenups and everything.” He also added:  “It feels amazing! I can’t introduce him as my fiancé. I can’t. He’s my husband. He’s my man.”

The couple is living in Los Angeles and recently opened up to Architectural Digest magazine. “Tino and Matteo were born on the road," the "Vente Pa' Ca" hitmaker said. "They’re used to spending two weeks in one place and then moving on. Our kids are stable when we are together. Wherever we happen to be, that’s home.”

Ricky Martin also answered why they moved to L.A. “We were considering living in London or New York City, but then we decided to rent in Los Angeles for a month, to get a feel for the vibe. L.A. totally caught us off guard—we loved it. By the end of the month, we knew we wanted to be here.” Who exactly is the one that decorates their home? “Jwan has impeccable taste, so I give him most of the credit for how good everything looks," Ricky added. "My main concern was for comfort and practicality, and I think we’ve accomplished that.”

Ricky Martin is next to appear in the television series "The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story" and the family is not too happy with the impending premiere. “The Versace family has not authorized nor has it in any way been involved in the TV series dedicated to the death of Gianni Versace,” house of Versace said in a statement posted by WWD. “Since Versace has not authorized the book from which it is partially drawn and has not taken part in writing the script, this TV series must be considered a work of fiction.”

Cable network FX fired back and released their own statement: “Like the original American Crime Story series 'The People Vs OJ Simpson,' which was based on Jeffrey Toobin’s non-fiction bestseller 'The Run of His Life,' FX’s follow-up 'The Assassination Of Gianni Versace' is based on Maureen Orth’s heavily researched and authenticated non-fiction best seller 'Vulgar Favors' which examined the true life crime spree of Andrew Cunanan. We stand by the meticulous reporting of Ms. Orth.”

Ryan Murphy, producer of the series, said that Donatella Versace reached out to Penélope Cruz (who will portray her). “Donatella Versace sent Penelope Cruz a very large arrangement of flowers yesterday when she was representing the show at the Golden Globes,” Murphy said (via Variety). “I don’t know if she is going to watch the show, but if she did I think that she would see that we treat her and her family with respect and kindness. She really is a feminist role model in my book, because she had to step into an impossible situation, which she did with grace and understanding. I think that she really loved Penelope and knows that Penelope would never do anything to represent her in a negative light. Hopefully she’ll read what I’m saying to you.”