In Touch Weekly spoke with a friend of Ben Affleck who revealed what the actor thought after learning his ex-fiance Jennifer Lopez had just wed Latin singer Marc Anthony. “At first, Ben was shocked, sort of bowled over, like he’d been run over by a truck,” the close pal revealed. “He couldn’t believe it – only five months after the split. It’s like pouring salt in the wound.” Another insider added that Ben was stunned by the news, but said, “At least he can joke about it.”
Jennifer Lopez’s Consolation For The Lakers
June 15, 2004 – Jay Leno joked during his Tonight Show monologue on Monday night, “I thought this was a very nice gesture – today Jennifer Lopez said that if the Lakers don’t win on Tuesday, she will give each and every player one of her wedding rings so everybody gets to go home with something.” FYI: the Lakers lost 87-100.
Attorney Says J.Lo And Marc’s Marriage Is Legit
June 15, 2004 – The Chicago Sun-Times reports that despite claims that a 60-day waiting period was required for divorces in the Dominican Republic, top Chicago divorce attorney Herbert A. Glieberman revealed “only one of the litigants need be present” and “that person can depart [the Dominican Republic] any time after noon on the day of their appearance in court. After a 24-hour waiting period, either party to the divorce can remarry.” Since Marc Anthony fit both of those obligations, his marriage to Jennifer Lopez, which the couple still hasn’t confirmed took place, is legit.
Magazine Staffer Sells Out Source… To Jennifer Lopez?
June 15, 2004 – A blind item in The New York Post asks, “Which magazine staffer sold out his source for $10,000? A recently married pop singer/actress was so furious when her private luncheon hit the glossies, she had one of her people contact the writer and offer him the money for his source. The writer collected the cash in a bag.”
J.Lo And Marc Secretive Getting Marriage License Too
June 15, 2004 – A source tells The New York Daily News Jennifer Lopez and Marc Anthony opted to get a “confidential license” from the Norwalk County Clerk’s office in southern California, pulling up in a limo just two days before their wedding. Instead of going inside, the couple called into the office and had a sheriff’s deputy come out to the car to act as a witness while the two of them signed the license.