In a sit-down Tuesday on “Good Morning America,” J.Lo quickly answered “yes” when asked if she was open to
tying the knot again. This, despite the disparity in age, power and income with prospective groom No. 4, Casper Smart, not to mention the minor detail that she’s technically still married.
“For me, the biggest dream is the fairy tale,” she says of her hope of finding true love. “I will never give up on that dream.”
We guess that makes the 25-year-old hoofer Prince Charming in this scenario.
The former “American Idol” judge, who turns 43 on July 24, admits that it “can be difficult for anybody who has to stand by my side, but at the end of the day, I know that I deserve that.”
That feeling of worthiness might be why Smart has been promoted from backup dancer to the chief choreographer on Lopez’s just-launched tour with Enrique Iglesias. And why he scored screen time during her “GMA” segment.
“It was just very natural, you know, natural how it happened,” he says of their slow-burning attraction. “I don’t think it was [love at first sight] for either of us. … There was nothing before, no flirting, no nothing.”
As for their working relationship, “Sometimes, I tell her something, you know, give her notes,” explains Smart. “But at the end of the day, you know, it doesn’t matter what position is what, because she’s the boss, you know?”
Yes, Casper, at the end of the day, we know.
Being in charge might be a major plus for J.Lo, who reportedly chafed under Anthony’s controlling ways. The crooner filed for divorce on April 9 and seeks joint legal custody of 4-year-old twins Max and Emme.
By Kat Giantis