If Alex Rodriguez likes it, then he should definitely put a ring on it because Jennifer Lopez is getting impatient! The couple has been dating for a little more than a year, and although she hasn't given him "an ultimatum," the singer definitely sees herself marrying A. Rod sooner rather than later.
"She's letting him know that she's ready to walk down the aisle," a source exclusively told Life & Style. "Whenever they walk past an expensive jewelry store, she stops to look at rings and points out the ones she likes." And while J. Lo thinks her baseball hunk is "the one," she doesn't want to put too much pressure on him since they have both been married before.
J. Lo walked down the aisle for the first time in 1997 when she married Ojani Noa — they were divorced one year later. Her second marriage to Cris Judd lasted from 2001 to 2003. In 2004, she tied the knot for the third time with Marc Anthony. The couple share two children together, twins Emme and Max, 10. Unfortunately, this relationship didn't last either and they decided to part ways in 2014.
A. Rod, on the other hand, has only been married once. He got hitched to Cynthia Scurtis in 2002 and they got divorced in 2008. The couple share two children, Natasha, 14, and Ella, 10.
But, just because they have both tried this marriage thing before doesn't mean they are totally against it now. "A-Rod isn't opposed to getting married," the source told Life & Style. "He and Jennifer have talked at great length about tying the knot. But it's getting to the stage where J. Lo is becoming impatient. She's starting to question whether her boyfriend is all talk and no action!"
Yikes. J. Lo isn't really hiding the fact that she's getting anxious about the whole thing, either. She actually just seemingly made things incredibly public with the release of her new song, "Anillo," which means "ring" in Spanish. The chorus of the song repeats the line, "I have it all, but where's the ring?" Although she hasn't confirmed that the song is about her own life, it's kind of hard not to speculate who she's talking about.