June 03, 2020
Season 4 of “World of Dance” premiered last Tuesday on NBC and judge Jennifer Lopez was watching at home while cuddling with her soon-to-be husband, Alex Rodriguez, and their blended family.
Even before the quarantine for the COVID-19 pandemic started, Jennifer Lopez and Alex Rodriguez had been showing off how much they enjoy spending time with each other and their adorable kids.
Jennifer Lopez and Alex Rodriguez are seen arriving to the 2019 CFDA Fashion Awards on June 3, 2019 in New York City | Photo: GettyImages
Rodriguez, who proposed to J-Lo in March 2019, recently took to Instagram to share an intimate family moment with fans.
SEASON PREMIERE FAMILY NIGHT
The former baseball star posted a black and white photo that shows him and Lopez with their four kids: Natasha and Ella—his kids from a previous marriage—and Emme and Max—Lopez’s twins from her marriage to Marc Anthony.
The singer then realized that there was no rush for them to tie the knot.
In the pic, Rodriguez, Natasha, Ella and Max seem to be focused on the television screen while watching the premiere of “World of Dance.”
Lopez and Emme, on the other hand, were focused on the phone as Lopez live-tweeted about the show for her millions of fans.
“Tuesday night watching #WorldOfDance. Jen is live-tweeting. I’m locked in,” Rodriguez captioned the post, which was filled with comments from fans gushing about how lovely is his blended family.
DANCING IN THE RAIN
Rodriguez’s post comes just a day after he shared a funny video that shows his fiancée soaking wet while dancing in the rain.
J-Lo seemed to have fun while dancing in a tank top and sweatpants to “(I’ve Had) The Time of My Life” in the couple’s garden, before jumping into the pool with her clothes on.
“Life isn’t about waiting for the storm to pass,” he wrote alongside the clip. “It’s about learning to dance in the rain (or jump in the pool).”
POSTPONING THE WEDDING
The power couple was planning to get married in Italy this summer, but as Lopez recently revealed in an interview with "TODAY," they had to put their plans on hold because of the COVID-19 situation.
The 50-year-old singer said it was a disappointment not to be able to follow with the wonderful plans they had for the summer, and claimed she was a little heartbroken.
Still, earlier this year Lopez told Oprah that when she and Rodriguez got engaged, she thought they would get married within a couple of months.
However, the singer then realized that there was no rush for them to tie the knot. “I said, ‘If we’re going to be together for the rest of our lives, what is the rush?’” she explained.