'Hustlers' Star Jennifer Lopez Says She Would like to Have More Kids with A-Rod & He Reacts
Jennifer Lopez confessed to Hoda Kotb in an interview that she'd like more children with fiancé Alex Rodriguez.
Jennifer Lopez and Hoda Kotb had a chat about the actress/ singer's future plans, and it seems as if it might include the patter of little feet.
50-year-old Jennifer, who is engaged to sports icon Alex Rodriguez, told Holda that she wanted more children, which turned out to be a surprise to A-Rod.
A-ROD BLINDSIDED BY BABY STORY
"I did ask your bride-to-be a question yesterday. And I asked her if she wanted more kids with you, and she said, 'Yeah!'" Hoda said.
“Interesting. That’s a lot to unpack,” he replied.
The couple shares a blended family of four.
A-ROD "BLAMES" HODA KOTB
A-ROD AND J-LO'S BLENDED FAMILY
We can understand A-Rod's hesitation. After all the couple shares a blended family of four. Jennifer has twins 11-year-old Max and Emme from her marriage to singer Marc Anthony; while A-Rod shares daughters Natasha, 14, and Ella, 11, with ex-wife Cynthia Scurtis.
Will @JLo perform at the Super Bowl?! Does she want to have more kids w/ A-Rod?— TODAY Show Radio 108 (@TodaySXM) September 10, 2019
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A-ROD FINALLY ADMITS HE'LL CONSIDER A BABY
A-Rod finally admitted that Hoda's happiness was inspiring and that maybe they would be following her example.
"I see how happy you are, and I think she may want to follow in your footsteps and maybe we'll have you over to give us a little tutoring!" he said.
What we'd like to know is, when's the wedding? We waited for the engagement for ages, so hurry up, you two!
JENNIFER LOPEZ'S "HUSTLERS" MAY BE AN OSCAR CONTENDER
Jennifer Lopez's new movie "Hustlers" hit the theaters on September 13, but the buzz is already on that it might just be a contender for the Golden Globes and the coveted Oscars.
The film made an estimated $33 million on the domestic scene on the first weekend alone, surpassing its expected $25 million.
The film, which had a modest production budget of $20 million, was based on a true story of strippers who decide to con their rapacious Wall Street clients.
The film stars Jennifer Lopez and Constance Wu as strippers, and the cast includes Cardi B - who used to be a real stripper.
Lopez's performance is being lauded as Oscar-worthy, and that is one of the few awards this incredible entertainer hasn't won.