Jennifer Lopez Just Wore the Unofficial Uniform of 2020
Sweats? For quarantine? Groundbreaking.
Jennifer Lopez and her fiancé, Alex Rodriguez, have had to put their wedding on hold — twice. And since the entire world is still in a pandemic, Lopez said that it feels like a wedding might not happen at all. During an appearance on Andy Cohen's SiriusXM show, Radio Andy, she explained that while she still believes that "things will happen in their divine time," she isn't totally against making like Goldie Hawn and Kurt Russell, who have been together for 37 years and never married.
Cohen brought up the couple specifically after he asked Lopez about her wedding and how she dealt with canceling it and not having concrete plans about when it could possibly happen.
"It was really sad because we were supposed to get married in June and we had planned it all. So, in March or April, we're looking down the pipe and we're going, 'this is maybe not going to happen.' Italy's the worst place in the world. And we were going to get married in Italy. It was, yeah, it was like, I was like, 'OK, we got to cancel everything.' And we just started kind of, like, and we had to put out all this money and all this stuff, we were like, we gotta cancel it," Lopez said. "So, we, we canceled it. And then we try to regroup for later in the year, a few months ago. And I was like, 'Nope, still not the right time.' So, it was just a little disappointing."
Lopez remains optimistic, however, noting that she doesn't feel like rushing the process and that if it's meant to happen, it will.
"Then you just think to yourself, well, things will happen in their divine time in a way, but the same thing with like the Goldie thing and Kurt, you think, do you have to, should we, it just kind of gave us a moment to pause and think about it," she continued. "I think it's something that maybe is still important to us, but there's no rush, you know, there's no rush it'll happen when it happens."
In a recent interview with Access, Lopez told host Mario Lopez that she and Rodriguez had to cancel everything twice. She also let fans know that the original date was back in April.
"You know we've talked about so many different things cause we had to cancel the wedding last year because of COVID, because of the quarantine," she said. "We actually did it twice, which people don't know, where we had it in different times — first one canceled and then second one canceled as well — and so I don’t know."
And even then, she still didn't give up hope, confirming that she wouldn't be rushing things unnecessarily.
"I think we just feel like, 'Let's just wait it out,'" she said. "There's no rush. We're good. Everything's cool. It will happen when the time is right."