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Jennifer Lopez Slams Wedding Guest Who Leaked Wedding Video Of 'Private Moment' To TMZ

Jennifer Lopez Slams Wedding Guest Who Leaked Wedding Video Of 'Private Moment' To TMZ
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Jennifer Lopez claimed a video of her serenading Ben Affleck at their wedding in Georgia was "stolen."

After 20 years since their first proposal, the pair legally tied the knot on July 17 in a private ceremony in Las Vegas.

Last weekend, following their honeymoon in Italy, Lopez wore one of three custom gowns from Ralph Lauren and serenaded Affleck at their wedding reception held at the Argo director's estate in Riceboro, Georgia.

In footage obtained by TMZ, JLo was seen grabbing a mic and performing for her new husband as he sat in a chair on the dance floor.

The performance of what seemed to be an original song about how she "can't get enough" included backup singers and dancers.

You can watch TMZ's clip, here.

However, the performance was meant to be an intimate one since wedding guests were required to sign non-disclosure agreements (NDA).

When the video made headlines, Lopez spoke out and wrote the following on a fan account on Instagram.

"This was taken without permission. Period. And whoever did it took advantage of our private moment."
"I don't know where you all are getting it from bc we had NDAs and asked everyone to not share anything from our wedding."
"That is our choice to share. Anything I put out private is OnTheJLO and it's to share w my fans. Which I will do when I am ready to."
"This was stolen without our consent and sold for money. Thank you for caring I love you guys."

@jlow0rld removed the previously-posted video out of respect for the newlyweds and shared a screenshot of the singer's message.

The caption read:

"{JEN LIKED} out of respect for Bennifer and their private moments, I deleted the previous post 💗 We love you Jennifer and we hope you will quickly find the guy who sold this material to TMZ."
"I'm posting Jennifer's comment under a deleted post 💗 please share it!"

The account also included the now-deleted post description, which read:

"{I'm confused ... on the one hand it's a pity that this movie came out, after all it's their private celebration ... on the other hand I just got the photos in good quality and people say it's marketing ... what do you think?}"

Fans showed their support for Bennifer and weighed in with their thoughts over the video.







Lopez and Affleck dated from mid-2002 to early 2004.

They were engaged in November 2002, but their planned wedding on September 14, 2003 was postponed with four days' notice due to "excessive media attention."

The couple subsequently called off their engagement in January 2004.

Years later, Lopez cited Affleck's discomfort with media scrutiny as one reason for their split–which Lopez described as her "first real heartbreak."

However, the pair remained good friends and kept in close contact with each other in the following years.

The pair became romantically involved again in April 2021. In the following year, Lopez announced their second engagement.

Filmmaker Kevin Smith–a close friend of Affleck's–was gushing on their wedding day after having witnessed the couple's long, romantic journey.

Smith told Yahoo Entertainment:

"I was so overwhelmed by the wedding itself. I'm a big fat romantic at heart, so I love love."
"And they've got a fantastic love story that now has this beautiful ending–not ending, beginning, almost."
"They stuck the landing, closed the circle, so to speak."