Jennifer Lopez And Alex Rodriguez Reportedly Plan To Marry In Italy Following COVID-19 Pandemic

Jennifer Lopez And Alex Rodriguez Reportedly Plan To Marry In Italy Following COVID-19 Pandemic
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Jennifer Lopez reportedly has plans to marry her fiancé, Alex Rodriguez, in Italy sometime after the coronavirus pandemic finally cools down, a source recently explained to Us Magazine. The insider explained to the publication that she and A-Rod wanted to say their vows in Italy, but obviously they can't right now on account of the worldwide shutdown.

As most know, many nations around the globe are taking the advice of the World Health Organization very seriously, notably, the importance of social-distancing which means the shutdown of major events as well.

In addition to the cancelation of concerts, festivals, and sporting dates, people all over the world have had to postpone weddings as well, including Stassi Schroeder and Lala Kent. LaLa revealed earlier this year that she and her man, Randall Emmett, were postponing their ceremony.

Near the start of April, J-Lo conducted an interview with Ellen DeGeneres in which she explained her temporarily halted plans with Alex Rodriguez. She and the former baseball player had to cancel their plans for the reasons mentioned above.

The starlet claimed she and Alex initially wanted to get married near the ending of the summer, but obviously, they've had to change their schedule. Jennifer said in the interview that she was unaware of what was going to happen next regarding dates and other engagements.

While they did have to put off their marriage, for now, sources claim Lopez and Rodriguez are eager to finally tie the knot, and fans are equally as thrilled. Fans of J-Lo know she used to be married to Marc Anthony and also dated Ben Affleck for a short while.

The same insider shared that Jennifer was very excited to marry Alex, but with the world being the way it is now, it simply wouldn't be feasible. As it was noted above, many celebs have had to cancel weddings, however, one didn't: Erin Foster.

Erin shared on her social media earlier this week just how happy she was that she didn't have to postpone her wedding. She and her man tied the knot near the beginning of the year.

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