Yeah, it was, but...
In $ellebrity, a new documentary about the paparazzi that premiered yesterday at South by Southwest in Austin, the two appear being interviewed before their split about their wedding day.
"A helicopter comes over right as I'm walking down the aisle," Lopez says of the ceremony that took place in the backyard of their L.A. home. "We couldn't hear each other make the vows. The people there couldn't hear our vows."
That's when Anthony cracks, "To this day I'm not sure she said, 'Yes.' "
He then looks at Lopez and laughs, "Technically you can get out of this because I never heard it."
Jennifer Aniston also appears in the doc blasting the overeager shutterbugs that follow her 24/7.
"We're not saying, 'Don't take our pictures,'" she says. "We understand there's a market here, but a photograph of you in your backyard sunbathing topless because you can and you should be able to? That's a violation."
Aniston sued the publishers of two adult magazines that printed pics of her topless in her backyard. She also filed suit against the photographer. Both cases were settled out of court before they went to trial.
Aniston said, "It's false imprisonment."
And how's this for the perks of being a star: Crow was at the $ellebrity premiere last night, but she almost had to cancel because of flight delays in Houston—that is, until producers chartered her a private plane to get her to Austin just in time for the party at the W hotel.