Jennifer Lopez Says She Would 100% Get Married Again

November 20, 2021 / Posted by:

Jennifer Lopez has taken a little break from the pap stroll alongside Dunkin Donuts’s very own mascot and is currently doing the rounds to promote her latest film Marry Me. The movie features her and Owen Wilson as two people who fall in love despite the odds. The odds being that Owen is an icky math teacher and Jennifer is a hot superstar singer. Whatever will be the outcome of this daring take on a rom-com?!? Seeing as the movie is all about marriage and love, Today’s resident lush Hoda Kotb couldn’t help but shadily ask if JLo is interested in getting married again. You know, considering she’s already done that three times. But JLo is all for it.

According to Today, Jennifer had some lukewarm words to say:

Three marriages and a recently broken off engagement have not turned Jennifer Lopez off to the thought of one day walking down the aisle again.

While promoting her upcoming romantic comedy “Marry Me” with Owen Wilson and Maluma, the 52-year-old actor and pop superstar was asked by Hoda Kotb in an interview that aired on TODAY Thursday if she would ever get married again.

“I don’t know,” Lopez said. “Yeah, I guess. You know me, I’m a romantic, I always have been, a few times. I still believe in happily ever after, for sure, 100%.”

Get your wedding favors ready everyone. This is confirmation that Bennifer 1.0 is hurtling towards the aisle! And JLo is no slouch when it comes to putting a ring on it. She’s an experienced bride having married her first husband Ojani Noa in 1997, followed by Cris Judd in 2001, and finally Marc Anthony in 2004. She was even engaged to A-Rod for a bit there, but it was exhausting keeping up with the back-to-back cheating rumors, so she called it quits. For now, JLo is focused on herself, her craft (read: stunting for the paps), and sometimes Ben Affleck.

“I feel like I’m a human being like everybody else. I’ve had my ups and downs, I’ve made mistakes and I’m really proud of where I’ve come to in my life and who I am as a person, as a mom, and as an actor and as an artist. So yeah it’s OK, everybody’s got that.”

SHE may be ok with her mistakes, but the people are not! How many of us had to sit through Gigli and Jersey Girl? And what of those of us who are forced to listen to the latest JLo single featuring Mr. Worldwide while grocery shopping? I’m just trying to buy a loaf of bread, dammit! The day she announces her retirement will be my personal “happily ever after!”


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