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There will not be a Zoom wedding for Jennifer Lopez. The singer was interviewed by Ellen DeGeneres remotely this week and was requested straight about how the pandemic has affected her and her fiancé Alex Rodriguez’s marriage ceremony plans. The ceremony will not be taking place in the course of the outbreak, J.Lo made clear.
The pandemic “did have an effect on [our wedding plans] somewhat bit,” she began. “So, we are going to see what occurs now. Actually, I actually do not know what is going on to occur now so far as dates or something like that. We’re simply type of in a holding sample like the remainder of the world. So, once more, it is one thing we’re simply going to have to attend and see in a number of months how this all pans out.”
Lopez and Rodriguez got engaged last March. Lopez spoke to Oprah at the end of February about why the 2 aren’t in any rush to stroll down the aisle, even a 12 months after they bought engaged and earlier than the coronavirus pandemic pressured a lot of the nation into quarantine.
“I stated, ‘If we will be collectively for the remainder of our lives, what’s the rush?,'” Lopez began. “If that’s what we’re actually going to do, if we’re actually going to be companions, if we’re actually going to attempt to construct one thing collectively that we each by no means had or by no means felt like we had, which is a household with a husband and a spouse, and a mom and father, and we embrace all our youngsters. We present them it’s one thing that we didn’t have.”
Lopez initially needed to get married shortly. “It’s so humorous as a result of after we first bought engaged, I used to be like, ‘Oh, we’re going to get married in a few months,'” she stated. “Like your previous considering comes proper again, like all that hopeless romantic that made me get married 3 times.”