As Hoda Kotb looks for love again, Jennifer Lopez inspires her to stay open to it. As the fourth hour of Today began, J.Lo and Ben Affleck's wedding ceremony over the weekend was discussed. As fans may know, the couple had an incredibly brief relationship in the early 2000s that ended with the call-off of their engagement in 2004.
Their relationship then rekindled during the Coronavirus pandemic. An exchange of vows took place at a "little white wedding chapel" after the couple engaged a second time in April.
As a result of all these events, Hoda began to ponder what it means to have a broken heart out loud. It is not uncommon for women to curl up when their hearts are broken and say, 'That's it.' Today co-host Jenna Bush Hager asked her about "the best part of my life now being over" or about "my heart being broken and I don't want that to happen again," she said.
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Since the first time I interviewed her, there has been a vulnerability that says, 'I'm open.' But do you know what? There is one beautiful life to live, and people will say what they're going to say. So what are you going to do?”
“He looks at her the same way he did 20 years ago ... It reminds people that there is no telling what will happen in life?” she asked. “If you are open, who knows? It's so much better if you are open.” In response to Hoda's candid words, Today fans took to Instagram to express their support.
“Hoda always has the right things to say,” one commenter wrote. "What a great perspective!" "Beautiful, too," added another. "I love everything about it. I agree with you, @hodakotb - as always. According to another fan.
Earlier this year, Hoda announced she had broken off her engagement to Joel Schiffman. A six-year relationship ended with the couple announcing they were getting married in November 2019.
Although Hoda and Joel had hoped to get married "sooner rather than later," the Coronavirus pandemic delayed their plans. Instead of continuing their romantic relationship, the couple became "friends and parents" over the holiday season last year.
Although she has fallen in love again, it hasn't discouraged her. During an interview with People in May, Hoda discussed the importance of having an open heart. "I once told my sister, 'Are you scared of being alone?' and that I wouldn't be alone, the NBC star told The Washington Post. "I don't know why I said it so clearly, but I knew my heart was open.
I don't have an open heart." Therefore, I am convinced that it will happen at some point. How soon? Despite my inability to say what I said, I assured her, "Don't worry." It's okay. Then I said, 'I'll be just fine.'"