Jennifer Lopez says she doesn't consider her first two marriages to be the real deal because they lasted less than a year.
The 49-year-old singer was married to Cuban actor Ojani for just for just nine months, and second husband Cris, a choreographer for 11 months, and admits she would like to walk down the aisle to her current fiancé, Alex Rodriguez, in a church.
Speaking in a behind-the-scenes YouTube video for her It's My Party Tour, Lopez said: ''I'd like a big wedding and I'd like to get married in a church this time.
''I've never been married in a church and I've been married three times, and once was nine months and once was 11 months, so I don't really count those. 'But I was married to Marc [Anthony] for 10 years, with the kids.''
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The Second Act actress admitted that while it can feel ''very lonely'' being single, that is no reason to want to get married.
She added: ''I was very young the first two times I tried to get married. I'm saying 'try' to get married.
''It seems like in this life, you're always surrounded by people - you're never lonely. But it's very lonely.''
She continued: ''So you always want somebody with you, somebody.
''So, I felt like if I got married, I felt like I would always have somebody. But that's not how life works. That's not how it goes.
''It's a bad reason to get married. Not the right one. The wrong one. The right one is when you find somebody who really makes you better.''
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Singer and record producer Ne-Yo recently said his Lopez is ''over the moon'' following her engagement to Rodriguez.
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