Despite being engaged since March 2019, Jennifer lopez said she and her fiancé Alex rodriguez are in no rush to walk down the aisle, especially in the midst of the ongoing pandemic.
During an interview on Access Hollywood On Wednesday, the pop star revealed her plans for the big day: “We talked about so many different things because we had to call off the wedding last year because of COVID, because of quarantine. And we’ve done it twice, which people don’t know. She added that her fantastic wedding ceremony wasn’t the top priority for either one at the moment. “We kind of let go for a second and I don’t know what we’re going to do, we’re talking little, big, this, that,” Lopez explained. “And I think we just want to wait until the end. There is no rush, we are good, everything is cool and it will happen when the time is right. I feel like it’s not a top priority to go have a big wedding right now, that’s not life.
The singer has already confessed on the Today’s show in May that she was “a little broken-hearted” for postponing their wedding “because we had big plans. But I also say to myself, you know what? God has a bigger plan so we just have to wait and see. Maybe it’s gonna be better ”A bigger and better plan that could potentially include a shotgun ceremony in Las Vegas as Rodriguez joked about Tonight’s Show with Jimmy Fallon in April, “Some people said we might be having a drive-through wedding,” adding with a laugh, “It’ll be cheaper.”
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