When superstars get married, inviting guests comes with a few rules. Probably the most important of all sounds similar to that in the cult film "Fight Club": Don't say a word about the wedding. It is not uncommon for those invited to sign a non-disclosure agreement (NDA for "Non Disclosure Agreement" in English) in advance.
That was also the case with Jennifer Lopez and Ben Affleck's wedding. Yet a video of Lopez at the post-nuptial party circulated over the weekend. She dances in it and serenades her new husband. The news portal "TMZ" showed the clip on its website. A scam for Lopez.
Following her wedding in Georgia, the "Let's Get Loud" singer released the first photos of her various wedding dresses in her newsletter. A conscious decision, as she emphasized. "Anything I post privately is on 'OnTheJLO' and is for sharing with my fans. Which I will do when I'm ready. This was stolen and sold for money without our consent," she said of the video recorded by a guest.
Jennifer Lopez and Ben Affleck got married in a small group in Las Vegas a few weeks ago. The big ceremony followed on August 20 at Ben Affleck's Georgia estate. "Ben bought the property 20 years ago when they were first engaged," a source told People magazine. "They have a special connection there, and his 50th birthday was last week, so it made sense to do it there and then." The only thing the couple probably didn't expect was a greedy guest.