It's time to turn back the clock and take a walk down memory lane to revisit Jennifer Lopez's many marriages and engagements over the years! The "Jenny from the Block" singer has been connected to many A-list stars like Ben Affleck and Marc Anthony. Scroll through to reminisce all of JLo's engagement rings and the hefty price tags that were attached to them!
The first of the 49-year-old's marriages was when she tied the knot with Cuban waiter Ojani Noa. Their very brief courtship lasted from 1997 to 1998. Ojani spent an estimated $100,000 on their marquis-cut diamond rings.
Three years later, in 2001, the pop star wedded her backup dancer Cris Judd. But the couple divorced in 2003 due to irreconcilable differences. Cris proposed to the Wedding Planner star with an emerald cut rock that was worth over six figures.
Deemed as one of the worst films ever made, Ben and Jen's ill-fated film Gigli began filming in 2002. The two began a relationship that stirred much media attention and gave birth to their famous nickname, "Bennifer." After starring in the action flick, they appeared together in 2004 movie Jersey Girl and Jen's music video, "Jenny from the Block." The star couple got engaged in 2003, but split a year later due to the large amount of media attention that their relationship generated. The Oscar-winner spent $2.5 million on a 6.1 carat pink diamond Harry Winston ring for her.
After breaking up with Ben in January 2004, Jennifer married longtime pal Marc later that June. They welcomed twins Max and Emme during their marriage and eventually split in 2011. The "I Need To Know" singer proposed to the World of Dance host with 8.5-carat blue diamond Harry Winston engagement ring that is valued at $4 million.
After dating for two years, Jennifer got engaged to New York Yankees player Alex Rodriguez. The baseball star got down on one knee on March 9 with a 15-carat emerald-cut diamond ring, estimated to be worth between $1.4-1.8 million.
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