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My wedding is in limbo due to COVID-19—-Jennifer Lopez cries

My wedding is in limbo due to COVID-19----Jennifer Lopez cries

My wedding is in limbo due to COVID-19—-Jennifer Lopez cries

Multi-hit maker, Jennifer Lopez has bemoaned that the outbreak of COVID-19 has affected her wedding plans with fiance Alex Rodriguez.

According to her, the lockdown and social distancing measures instituted to mitigate the spread of coronavirus went a long way to affect her wedding preparations.

In a media interview, the beautiful 50- year old songstress noted that the current pandemic has taken all the attention and everyone is saving his or her life from the deadly respiratory ailment, thus would be difficult to roll out with a wedding celebration.

She said everything could be in normalcy if the virus is dealt with until then her wedding would still be in limbo.

Answering whether her wedding was scheduled within the time of the outbreak, the “I am into you” hit maker replied that Any day now but the prevailing circumstances did affect it.

She further stated that plans were far advanced to roll out the wedding celebration once the world wins the fight against COVID-19.

“So we will see what happens, honestly, I really don’t know what is going to happen now, as far as date is concerned because we all don’t know when the issue of the virus will be solved,” Jennifer Lopez added.

She maintained that her fiance and her were holding pattern like the rest of the world to fight the virus, saying that was the ultimate aim.

“It is something that we will have to wait and see in a few months, how this all pans out,” the songstress said.

Jennifer Lopez got engaged to the former Major League Baseball (MLB) player last February during a romantic getaway to the Caribbean, rumours rife that they would tie the knot this summer.

BY JOYCELINE NATALLY CUDJOE

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