J-Lo Claims Homeschooling Her Kids during Coronavirus Outbreak Has Been an Experience
Last week, Jennifer Lopez was a guest on “The Ellen DeGeneres Show” during a home interview. The singer and actress revealed that she was homeschooling her children amid the novel coronavirus pandemic.
The singer and Alex Rodriguez’s children are all doing virtual schooling at the moment. Lopez also admitted that she wasn’t a teacher and was in awe of the mathematics that the children are currently learning.
Homeschooling is crazy
The star described the children’s math equations as “crazy” and revealed that they’d look up a lot of the words she didn’t understand. The musician is a mother to 12-year-old twins Emme and Max, while Rodriguez has daughters, Natasha, 15, and Ella, 11.
She shares her twins with singer Marc Anthony. On Wednesday, Lopez and Rodriguez took to social media to urge people to stay at home.
The famous couple encouraged their fans to stay put to stop the spread of COVID-19.
Lopez and fiancé ask fans to stay home
The video message came as a surprise to most as the couple had received some backlash a week before. Before their clip last week, Lopez and Rodriguez were slammed for going to a Miami gym shortly before Florida’s stay-at-home order went into effect.
Jennifer’s wedding is on hold
The actress also confessed to DeGeneres, last Tuesday, that her wedding was now on hold. She explained to the television host that they were waiting to see what will happen before deciding about their wedding.
Not having a wedding date
Lopez shared that they didn’t even have new dates set yet. In late February 2020, the star also had an interview with media mogul Oprah Winfrey.
Being interviewed by Oprah
While in Los Angeles, California, Lopez opened up to Winfrey about a vast array of topics. The pair spoke about the singer’s self-image, her engagement to Rodriguez, and of course, the recent halftime show performance she had with Shakira.
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