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Jennifer Lopez has turned back into Bridezilla because of Ben Affleck

Actress Jennifer Lopez reportedly wants the “Hollywood equivalent of a royal wedding” in her second attempt to walk Ben Affleck down the aisle

Ben Affleck and Jennifer Lopez on Saturday in Los Angeles, California
Ben Affleck and Jennifer Lopez on Saturday in Los Angeles, California

Jennifer Lopez has reportedly already transformed into Bridezilla after confirming she’s engaged to Ben Affleck for the second time.

The Maid in Manhattan star is reportedly planning the “Hollywood equivalent of a royal wedding” and calls her planners “at all hours of the night.”

Lopez, 52, and Affleck, 49, were originally scheduled to wed in September 2003 but called off their wedding just days before, blaming the “excessive media attention surrounding our nuptials.” They then split a few months later.

However, after Affleck proposed to the New York-born actress for a second time last week, J-Lo wasted no time in showing off her giant green diamond engagement ring, which is believed to have cost four times as much as that , which she received from the Pearl Harbor actor 18 years ago.

However, her friends are now concerned that Lopez’s nuptial expectations and demands could mean they don’t make it down the aisle for a second time after announcing they were back together last July.







Jennifer Lopez shows off the stunning engagement ring her fiancé gave Ben Affleck
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A source told Heat Magazine, “Jen is taking her diva reputation to new heights. She’s extremely proud of their collective star power and wants their wedding to reflect that, so she’s making big plans.

“She’s in talks with organizers and is constantly listening to Ben. The wedding planners she has worked with present a myriad of options, including the swankiest venues in the US as well as super-luxe honeymoon packages.

“But it’s not enough. She keeps changing her mind about everything and has been calling the planners at all times of the night.

“She wants it to be the Hollywood equivalent of a royal wedding and she’s driving everyone mad.” Lopez – the mother of 14-year-old twins Emme and Max – took to Instagram to share a link to her followers with her OnTheJLo online newsletter to give a glimpse of the 8.5 carat emerald cut ring.

It is understood that the ring cost 10 million dollars. Father-of-three Affleck first proposed to Lopez in 2002, a few months after they met while filming Gigli together.

That ring was a $2.5 million pink diamond, and plans for the canceled wedding reportedly even included employing “three bait brides in three different locations.”







J Lo has reportedly transformed into Bridezilla
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The Heat Magazine source is now concerned that J-Lo’s wedding fever could lead to a second split for the reunited couple, arguing, “Jen is such a perfectionist and it has brought out the worst in her. It’s all too much to bear Of course poor Ben is in the thick of it.

The source claimed friends are now trying to get her to calm down to avoid a second heartbreak, saying her boyfriend was already exhausted and trying to keep up with her endless demands.

They said that while he’s deeply in love with the singer, he was the kind of behavior that originally separated the couple.

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