Jennifer Lopez is dead set on finding out which one of her wedding guests violated their NDA in order to turn a profit off private footage of her big day.
Over the weekend, TMZ published cell phone footage taken of the pop star serenading her new husband at their wedding reception with a song written especially for the occasion. In the video, Lopez can be seen singing to Affleck, who is seated in a chair across from her with a huge smile on his face. She holds her mic out to the crowd who sings the refrain of the chorus, “Can’t get enough of you,” along with her. And while surrounded by backup dancers, she continues to sing, “All night / I can feel the passion / in your eyes / I’m still in love with you.”
The clip was quickly shared amongst tabloids, as well as Lopez’s many social media fan accounts. But she explained in a comment on a post by the Instagram account @jlow0rld that the video is a huge violation of her and Affleck’s special moment. “This was taken without permission. Period. And whoever did it took advantage of our private moment,” she wrote beneath the post. “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.” She added, “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.” The account quickly deleted the video, per Lopez’s wishes, and posted a screenshot of her comment in its place.
After getting legally married in July at Las Vegas’s A Little White Wedding Chapel, Affleck and Lopez hosted a lavish three-day ceremony with over 100 guests in attendance at the 87-acre compound owned by the actor located on Hampton Island Preserve in Georgia. The ceremony was held on the lawn behind the mansion which was filled with white flowers, candles, and “live, laugh, love”-style signage. Affleck wore a white tuxedo jacket with black bow tie, while Lopez cycled through three gowns designed by Ralph Lauren for the event officiated by podcaster Jay Shetty, where guests were also encouraged to dress in all white. There was also a traditional Southern family-style dinner held the night before. A source told People that the newlyweds chose the Georgia home as it hold special meaning for them both. “Ben bought the property 20 years ago when they were engaged first time around,” they said. “They have a special connection there, and his 50th birthday was last week so it made sense to do it there and then.”