Jennifer Lopez And Alex Rodriguez Postponed Their Wedding Until … Who Knows
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Our lives have been disrupted, and the rich and famous are not exempt. Sure, they get to hole up at home in palatial mansions and not worry about running out of toiler paper, but their lives are being affected too. For instance, Jennifer Lopez and Alex Rodriguez have been forced to postpone their wedding — a total bummer, no matter how rich you are.

Lopez confirmed the news about the wedding on a recent episode of Ellen.

Due to quarantine, however, Lopez appeared remotely; she was outside in a yard, flanked by a giant cactus and manicured trees. The New Yorker in me is so jealous right now.

The wedding will happen at some point.

"Honestly, I really don’t know what’s going to happen now [with the wedding], as far as dates or anything like that," Lopez told DeGeneres, according to Elle. "We’re just kind of in a holding pattern like the rest of the world. It’s something that we’ll have to wait and see in a few months, how this all pans out."

You know their wedding will be a production.

I'm no soothsayer, but something tells me Lopez and Rodriguez's wedding would have been big. HUGE. A total over-the-top production rivaling the royal wedding, complete with a custom wedding gown fit for an angel. When Lopez does anything, she does the *most.*

The two were engaged last year.

Rodriguez popped the question to Lopez in March 2019, before the entire world shut down. Their lovely engagement was filmed, of course — he got down on one knee on a beach, giving her a massive emerald-cut engagement ring worth up to $3 million. NBD.

Meanwhile, they're stuck at home like the rest of us.

While they wait for their nuptials, they shared an important message on Instagram: Stay the heck inside. "We're saying home to protect those on the front lines, the doctors, the nurses, the technicians that are working so hard to save lives," said Lopez. 

I'm sure Lopez is bummed about having to postpone the wedding, but she clearly realizes it's the right thing to do. Stay safe, everyone.