That, of course, would require you to believe that the singer-actress and her dancer boyfriend are actually engaged--which was never confirmed or denied by Lopez's camp.
Come to think of it, the only people more coy than Lopez's publicist might just be the happy pair themselves, who have managed to skate through numerous public appearances (and an MTV interrogation by Triumph the Insult Comic Dog) without making their marital plans public.
But both the New York Daily News and New York Post report the wedding is indeed set for Saturday in L.A. Per tradition, Lopez publicist Alan Nierob responded to the reports by saying, "I have no comment."
Lopez, 31, and Judd, 32, have purportedly been engaged since June, when the Post reported Judd popped the question during a weekend barbecue in Los Angeles. (Since then, Nierob has issued a blanket "no comment" about any questions involving her personal life.)
A month later, Lopez performed on NBC's Today show sporting a diamond ring. But when asked by Matt Lauer if she was engaged, she responded with a wink, "I guess you'll have to wait and see."
In August, the couple's intentions became clearer when the National Enquirer published a copy of their engagement-party invitation. As the invite promised, Lopez and Judd showed up for the Los Angeles party, held at posh Melrose Avenue restaurant Morton's.
This would be Lopez's second round of nuptials. The Bronx-born actress-turned-pop star married Cuban waiter Ojani Noa in 1997, but they divorced a year later. J.Lo's latest go at marriage (allegedly) comes not long after her split with longtime Bad Boy Entertainment beau, Sean "P.Diddy" Combs. After two very public years together, the twosome formally announced their split in February.