Jennifer Lopez Says Previous Marriages Before A-Rod Didn't Count

Jennifer Lopez Says Previous Marriages Before A-Rod Didn't Count
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According to a report from Fox News, Jennifer Lopez is stoked to marry the former baseball player, Alex Rodriguez, despite the fact it'll be her fourth official wedding. The 49-year-old opened up about her upcoming wedding in a video shared for her It's My Party tour.

Moreover, the star apparently seemed to shade her ex-husbands. J-Lo said in the video that she'd like a big wedding, and would also like it in a church because she hasn't done that before. J-Lo says in the video she has been married three times, "one was nine months and the other one was 11 months, so I don't really count those."

Of course, J-Lo is referring to Ojani Noa whom she was married to from 1997 until 1998 as well as Cris Judd from 2001 until 2003. J-Lo was also married to Marc Anthony and had twins with him, Emme and Max, who are 11-years-old.

According to the legendary pop-star, she was too young the first time she tried to get married. J-Lo and Marc were together from 2004 all the way until 2014. J-Lo said that when you're a celebrity, it seems like you're not lonely because you're always surrounded by people, however, the experience can be quite solitary in many respects.

In other words, she was searching for a partner so she could be with at least "somebody," but those individuals weren't always the right people. Furthermore, she wasn't getting married for the right reason.

J-Lo said the point of marriage is getting together with an individual who makes you a better person, and that's precisely how she feels about A-Rod. In March, J-Lo and A-Rod got engaged after just two years of dating. Mr. Rodriguez proposed while they were on vacation.

Jennifer Lopez was also linked to Ben Affleck at one point in time in her career as well. Other rumors have it that she hooked up with the Toronto rapper, Drake, although this has never been substantiated by anyone close to both parties.

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