Jennifer Lopez Says Her Wedding Date Has Been Affected By the Quarantine

Lawrence Kim
April 8, 2020

The singer further reveals that her wedding plans with fiance Alex Rodriguez have been affected by the global Coronavirus pandemic.

DeGeneres started the conversation by insisting that if the current situation hadn't happened, J.Lo and A-Rod would've been getting married "any day now".

Over the last year, the star has appeared in the critically-acclaimed film Hustlers and performed at the Super Bowl earlier this year with Shakira. "What does that mean", she said with some laughs. 'Actually, it did affect it a little bit, so we will see what happens now. "This would be just the first wedding, you'd have a big one with people and all that later, but for now do you know how happy it would make people if we could watch the wedding?" "It's something that we'll have to wait and see in a few months, how this all pans out", she continues.

The comedian then joked that because Lopez's TikTok videos - especially her "Flip the Switch" challenge - have been so popular, she should consider a virtual wedding and stream it for her fans. "It's something to think about". I might be wanting to jump off the edge of the roof over there. She was quick to clarify that she's been handling most of the teaching, not her fiancé.

Now her days are filled with helping with homework, which she confessed it harder than she remembered when she was in school.

As the talk-show host mentions she could've been tying the knot any day now, Lopez replies: "Any day now?"

'It's so amusing because when we first got engaged I was like, "Oooo, we're gonna get married in a couple months?!"

'Honestly I think we're all looking at it like, what is this?' she confessed with a bewildered look on her face and her hands on the sides of her head.

DeGeneres responded: "No", with Lopez describing it as "a new math Ells Bells, it's a new math". Because now, you can use the time to prepare. Let's look up that word.

Lopez also opened up about how she and her family had been spending their time in isolation at home.

"The whole family's here". The stunner did say that the COVID-19 crisis has surely affected her wedding plans and now she is unsure about the wedding dates.

"I've been so on the run for the last few years that it's nice to be home. So it's been nice so far". I love TikTok because you know I love to dance just like you. "It's a bad time for all of us, a weird time, a scary time, an anxious time. Making the best of it".

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