JLo Spied Without Wedding Ring, Claims Divorce "Not an Option"

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Jennifer Lopez Marc Anthony Golden GlobesJennifer Lopez left her wedding ring at home last Sunday for the Golden Globes. Marc Anthony has also been out and about sans ring, and has been snapped by photographers chatting up other women and waving his bare left hand around. Sure that means they're on the road to Splitsville! Right?

Wrong, says JLo. "Every time I'm not wearing my ring, people think I'm getting divorced," she told In Touch Weekly. "That's crazy! It just didn't go with the dress."

JLo and Marc Anthony, who recently welcomed twins Max and Emme into the world, publicly claim their union is as strong as ever. The songstress even went so far as to say, "Divorce is not - and was never - an option."

This sounds strange coming from a woman who was married twice before, but, hey, this is a different marriage and one that resulted in children. To be fair to JLo and Skeletor, there are times when many of us leave our wedding rings at home.

During the final stages of both my pregnancies my fingers were too swollen to even consider wearing a ring. it's possible Lopez could still be carrying around some baby weight in her fingers and could be having a hard time wearing her ring comfortably. (No, really, she could.) Some of us have been known to remove the ring before doing the dishes or washing our hands and then forget it on the counter. Still others would say that a ring doesn't necessarily to symbolize commitment, and taking it off doesn't mean the marriage is over.

What about you? Have you ever left your wedding ring at home? If so, why?

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