Jennifer Lopez Says Coronavirus Pandemic Put Her Wedding to Fiance Alex Rodriguez on Hold

Jennifer Lopez got in a fun chat with Ellen DeGeneres, where she talked about her home activities since the lockdown and the effect of the pandemic on her upcoming wedding.

In an exclusive chat on Ellen DeGeneres's virtual show, entertainment diva, Jennifer Lopez shared what her family's been up to while staying at home.

The "Papi" singer also opened up about her upcoming wedding and how COVID-19 is affecting preparations.

Jennifer Lopez at the 77th Annual Golden Globe Awards on January 05, 2020. | Photo: Getty Images

Jennifer Lopez at the 77th Annual Golden Globe Awards on January 05, 2020. | Photo: Getty Images


About her wedding ceremony, which has been in the news since last year, the 50-year-old showbiz mogul made it known that she was in a dilemma. According to her:

"We're kinda just in a holding pattern like the rest of the world."

She added that she and her fiance, Alex Rodriguez, are taking the backseat and waiting it out. They have decided to watch out for how the pandemic issue turns out in the next couple of months.


"The Ellen Show" host went on to ask about how the A-list vocalist was managing the situation at home in terms of taking care of the kids and other home activities. The mom-of-two made it known that her blended family was doing fine.

It involves giving out $100,000 by ten celebrities to people who made impacts in their lives.

According to her, the kids were busy with virtual schooling while she makes an effort to help with their homework. However, the "Maid in Manhattan" actress confirmed that it wasn't an easy task.


J-Lo and A-Rod might be held up at home with the kids and daily home activities, but they are making sure that the pandemic doesn't take the fun out! Just like many celebrities and fans have taken a liking to Tik Tok, the celebrity couple isn't left out.

Joining a thousand others in the "Flip the Switch" challenge, the "Hustlers" star and her NFL alum partner made their fun video.

She opened up to DeGeneres that the kids had pushed them into making the challenge video, and it was worth it.


Before the clampdown, which was brought by COVID-19, Lopez was busy with a new project, Quibi, which is a result of her thoughtfulness.

According to the versatile celebrity, the Quibi series was an initiative brought up to help celebrities show gratitude to people that made impacts in their lives.

It involves giving out $100,000 by ten celebrities to people who made impacts in their lives, and the recipients, in turn, follow the same instruction whereby the money circulates to regular people.

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