Jennifer Lopez ADMITS she wants to get married again: I still believe in happily ever after

Updated on Nov 19, 2021 01:31 PM IST  |  169.8K
Jennifer Lopez ADMITS
Marry Me will be released in cinemas on February 11, 2021.


Jennifer Lopez isn't ruling out another marriage. The actress, 52, said today in an interview with Today in a clip that aired Thursday that she is open to remarrying.

As per PEOPLE, the host asked Lopez, "The two words 'Marry me' — are those two words you would like to hear in the future?" "I don't know. Yeah, I guess. I mean, you know me. I'm a romantic, I always have been. I've been married a few times,"  Lopez said with a laugh. However, The Hustlers actress has been married three times: once to Ojani Noa from 1997 to 1998, once to Cris Judd from 2001 to 2003, and once to Marc Anthony, whom she married in 2004 and divorced in 2014. She is presently dating Ben Affleck, with whom she was previously engaged in 2002 and then split in 2004 before reuniting early this year.

As per PEOPLE, Lopez continued, "I still believe in happily ever after, for sure. One hundred percent." She and Affleck, 49, had been linked since this summer, when they toured throughout Europe, celebrated her birthday, and then made their first red carpet appearance together since reconnecting, in September. Interestingly, according to a source, as per PEOPle, Affleck and Lopez are "in it for the long run" and have begun getting to know one other's children. Affleck has three children with his ex-wife, Jennifer Garner: Violet Anne, 15, Seraphina Rose, 12, and Samuel, 9. While, Lopez shares twins Max and Emme, 13, with Anthony.

Meanwhile, Lopez debuted the first trailer for Marry Me, in which she co-stars with Owen Wilson, on Today on Thursday. Lopez portrays Kat Valdez, a successful singer who marries single father Charlie Gilbert (Wilson, 53) on a whim after discovering her fiancé (Maluma) cheated on her. Marry Me will be released in cinemas on February 11, 2021

ALSO READ:Marry Me: Jennifer Lopez and Owen Wilson embrace 'spontaneity of the moment' in first trailer; WATCH


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