Singer/actress Jennifer Lopez, wearing one of her trademark gowns with plunging neckline and low-cut back, married dancer and choreographer Cris Judd in a very private ceremony Saturday night at a pri
Singer/actress Jennifer Lopez, wearing one of her trademark gowns with plunging neckline and low-cut back, married dancer and choreographer Cris Judd in a very private ceremony Saturday night at a private home in the Los Angeles suburb of Calabasas, Calif., Lopez's publicist said.
Attorney Barry Hirsch presided over the ceremony, and the couple's longtime friend and Lopez's manager, Benny Medina, was best man. Arlene Rodriguez, Lopez's best friend from childhood, was maid of honor. About 170 relatives and friends attended the ceremony, the publicist said.
The bride's off-white lace dress, with plunging neckline and low-cut back, was designed and created by Valentino.
The couple met earlier this year while taping the video for her single "Love Don't Cost a Thing." Lopez appeared with Judd at the Academy Awards in March, one month after she and rap impresario Sean "P. Diddy" Combs announced their breakup after two years in the spotlight.
Since appearing in 1990 as a "Fly Girl" dancer on the Fox variety show "In Living Color," Lopez' career has exploded with forays into music, film, television and -- most recently -- fashion.
Lopez' single "I'm Real," a remix featuring Ja Rule, is currently No. 2 on The Billboard Hot 100. Her film work includes "Out of Sight," "Selena," and "The Wedding Planner." She recently wrapped up work on "Enough," slated for release next May.
The couple, who will honeymoon in an undisclosed location, will live in Los Angeles, the publicist said. The wedding was the first for Judd and the second for Lopez, who divorced model Ojani Noa in 1998.
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