Here’s a question for you married ladies: do you take off your wedding ring if it doesn’t “go” with an outfit? Better yet: how does one determine that your wedding ring clashes with what you’re wearing, exactly? That was the excuse Jennifer Lopez gave to the press when she turned up on the Golden Globes red carpet without her marital rock. Sounds legitimate enough when taken on face value, but when added to the already growing pile of stories about her impending divorce from husband Marc Anthony, you can’t help but wonder.
JENNIFER LOPEZ has denied further rumours her marriage to MARC ANTHONY is in trouble, insisting she didn’t wear her wedding ring to the Golden Globes because ‘it didn’t go with the dress.’
The actress made the bizarre remark after she was snapped posing on the red carpet at the awards ceremony without her wedding band.
But J. Lo insists she was just making a fashion statement.
She told American magazine In Touch: “Every time I’m not wearing my ring, people think I’m getting divorced.
“That’s crazy. It just didn’t go with the dress.
“Divorce is not and was never an option.”
The couple has been dogged by break-up reports for weeks, with one U.S. tabloid claiming the couple will announce a break-up publicly on Valentine’s Day.
I do think it’s a bit silly to assume that a couple is breaking up because one of them goes to an event without their wedding ring. Especially when that couple is going out to said events together. But the excuse does seem a little weird. I wear my ring no matter what I’m wearing for an outfit. It’s a beautiful ring and has a lot of special meaning to me. If an outfit clashed that much with it, chances are, I’d ditch the outfit before I’d ditch the ring. In fact, I recently had to take my wedding ring off temporarily, until after my baby is born because my fingers are all swollen- and I feel naked without it! But then again, I’m not J.Lo.