Ryan Carnes is used to adoration from millions of fans for his role as General Hospital's Lucas Jones, but his latest gig has fans ogling like never before.
The actor took to Instagram to share that he makes an appearance in Mexican singer and songwriter Gloria Trevi's latest music video, "Me Lloras," which is amassing millions upon millions of views.
"Incredibly grateful to be featured in @gloriatrevi newest music video #melloras featuring @charlytrelawnyblackwhich NOW HAS OVER 6.4 MILLION VIEWS!" he shared. "Had an absolute blast helping bring to life the newest masterpiece by #gloriatrevi and director @jessyterrero."
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Incredibly grateful to be featured in @gloriatrevi newest music video #melloras featuring @charlytrelawnyblack which NOW HAS OVER 6.4 MILLION VIEWS! Had an absolute blast helping bring to life the newest masterpiece by #gloriatrevi and director @jessyterrero. Special SO to @joseinla. #music #musicvideo
Gloria Trevi got her start in 1985 as a member of a short-lived girl group named Boquitas Pintadas. She went on to release her first solo album in 1989, which featured the number one hit across Latin America, "Dr. Psiquiatra," and earned her the nickname "the Madonna of Mexico."
Carnes shared a photo of himself with the singer and teases that he plays quite the shady character in the sexy music video.
"Watch closely and you'll see that I'm a very bad man," he shares. "Muchas gracias, Gloria! We had a blast!"
Carnes seems to have an affinity for playing bad guys. As fans of the actor may recall, he began fundraising for a sci-fi film called Amaranth last year and was excited to bring his self-described "baddie" character to life.
"I'm so enthused about this project because it's an opportunity to help a first-time feature-length filmmaker make his dream a reality and I'm getting to be involved in the storytelling process from very early on," he said at the time. "It's a rare occasion when I get to play a 'baddie,' and I'm going to get to dig into some bold character development."
For more information on Amaranth, click here. And don't forget to check out Carnes's appearance in the music video for "Me Lloras" below.
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