JLo And Skeletor Are Truly In Love

October 13, 2008 / Posted by:

Triathlon champion and NON-Scientologist JLO renewed her wedding vows with Skeletor this past weekend in Las Vegas. UsWeekly reports that it was a joint ceremony with their friends Mets player Carlos Beltran and his wife Jessica. The dumb ceremony took place in the penthouse at Caesars Palace at around 3:30am.

JLo and her virgin-blood drinking husband have only been married 4 years. Yes, 4 years and they’re already renewing their vows. They’re probably as shocked as we are that they’ve actually lasted 4 years.

A source said that the romantic evening (eye roll and then barf) started out at dinner. The couples then went to see the Pussycat Dolls show at Pure. While there, Skeletor started asking around for a minister. A zombie asking for a minister! There’s a joke in there somewhere.

A minister was found and the ceremonies took place shortly after 3 in the morning. A source said, “It was very intimate and sweet. They both talked about how much they love each other. The word ‘forever’ was used a lot!”

The word “forever” in Hollywood-talk means 2-5 years maximum.

JLo’s parents weren’t at the ceremony because they were because taking care of the Dragon Tales Twins. Remember them? I’m sure you do, but JLo doesn’t.

I don’t know if they were high on drugs or booze, but I do know that they are constantly high on famewhoring. That shit is worse than crack. And JLo’s massive ego was also involved. A massive ego and an addiction to famewhoring causes you to do shit like this for a little cheap publicity.

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