Jennifer Lopez and Alex Rodriguez are one of many couples stuck in limbo with their wedding plans. The singer said that she's heartbroken regarding the situation.
Lopez, 50, and her fiancé, 44, have been engaged for over a year. This year was supposed to be when they officially tied the knot, but coronavirus prevented such plans from going through.
LOPEZ AND KOTB SHARE WEDDING TROUBLE
"Nobody knows," said Lopez in response to Kotb's question regarding how the wedding plans were looking. Kotb is also in a predicament with fiancé Joel Schiffman who proposed to her last November.
The journalist shared a similar outlook with Lopez when it comes to her wedding, which she and Schiffman also planned for this year. Both women have halted all planning.
Lopez expressed her disappointment, yet noted that she was forced to take time off as she'd been hoping to after the Super Bowl and filming for the "World of Dance."
Alex Rodriguez and Jennifer Lopez | Photo: Getty Images
'HEARTBROKEN' THAT HER PLANS FELL THROUGH
Despite the lack of surety when it comes to their future, Lopez is putting her faith in God. She's not only patient, but she's calling for better things in the coming months.
In the meantime, Lopez is just ready to dance. The singer recalled her song, "Dance Again," which helped her get through a former divorce. We wouldn't be surprised if she's dancing every day during quarantine.
Alex Rodriguez and Jennifer Lopez attends the 91st Annual Academy Awards at Hollywood and Highland on February 24, 2019 | Photo: Getty Images
LOPEZ'S PREMATURE WEDDING PLANS
They were hoping to wed in a church since Lopez, who's been married thrice before, has never gotten married in one. As for Rodriguez, he's just saying yes to all of his fiancée's wishes.
BIG PLANS FOR HER FIRST DANCE
She added that co-judges Ne-Yo and Derek Hough would probably be invited, too. The actress also told the outlet that they were looking at various new options regarding how the wedding might look.
REALIZING THERE'S NO RUSH
Lopez and Rodriguez were reportedly hoping to get married in Italy this summer before they were forced to postpone due to COVID-19.
Ultimately, the pair are more focused on their togetherness. At Oprah's 2020 Vision tour, Lopez noted, "If we're going to be together for the rest of our lives, what is the rush?"