The couple made their official red carpet debut on May 1 at the 2017 Met Gala at New York City's Metropolitan Museum of Art. You know, it was awesome," Lopez said."One of the things I love is that he loves to dance, and I love to dance, so it's easy," she explained.
In an interview with NBC's Today, the pop superstar revealed what went on inside the Met Gala during her date with Rodriguez, and what she loves most about her new man."We had a great time.
It was the most notorious cat fight in Hollywood history.
In the blue corner, the formidable Bette Davis, and in the red, equally feisty Joan Crawford.
People commonly take blatant jealousy to be a sign of true affection and commitment. Limiting exposure to potential competitors becomes a high-stakes battle for relationship survival — or so you think.
The truth is, no amount of pouty possessiveness will keep you safe. Confidence alone is powerfully attractive — and a great way to keep your partner’s eyes on you. No one reaches adulthood without suffering a broken heart along the way.
He also told Us Weekly back in March that he has remained good friends with the pop superstar even after their split, going so far as to say that Lopez is "phenomenal."The "Shades of Blue" actress and Rodriguez have been dating for more than three months.
Although the lyrics clearly describe the thoughts of an obsessive stalker (“Every step you take, I’ll be watching you”), many listeners still mistake it for a romantic love song, because of its pleasing melody. He said, “One couple told me ‘Oh, we love that song; it was the main song played at our wedding! Here are three reasons why: Jealousy signals a lack of confidence in oneself.
’ I thought, Well, good luck.”1 But perhaps we shouldn’t be surprised at confusion over the song’s meaning. If you are certain that everyone your partner meets through the day is smarter, wittier, better-looking, and more fun than you — and therefore a threat to steal away your beloved — that is strong incentive to keep him or her on a short leash.
I don't think you really have an "issue" that needs to be sorted out, or fixed with some psychological stuff. Let yourself process the emotions, and after being exposed to this enough times and over a period of time, I think your mind will learn that it's all harmless. I'd personally talk it through with my mate--as I would with any of my thoughts or emotions that were giving me a hard time.
Any guy would not like seeing his significant other in an intimate scene with another guy.