Is the fourth time the charm for Jennifer Lopez?
In a new interview with Entertainment Tonight, Lopez said she'll "probably" get married again.
"I like [marriage]", the singer said. "I like the idea of it; I always have. As a girl you never really give up on that fairytale completely."
Will the lucky man be Casper Smart, Lopez's much-younger beau and choreographer? Only time will tell. But for now, Lopez is enjoying their time together.
"It's a sweet relationship," she said. "It's kind; it's healthy."
Watch the video above for more on Lopez's relationship with Smart, then click through the slideshow below for other celebs who said they still believe in love after divorce.
Madonna's come a long way since telling David Letterman in 2009 that she'd "rather get run over by a train" than get married again. The Material Girl has previously been married to Sean Penn and director Guy Ritchie, but in January 2012, she revealed to talk show host Graham Norton that she would consider becoming a wife for a third time. "I could actually, yes," Madonna said. Maybe Madge's change of heart has something to do with her much younger boyfriend, French dancer Brahim Zaibat?
Kim Kardashian hasn't let her two failed marriages -- the first to music producer Damon Thomas, the second to NBA player Kris Humphries -- shake her belief in love. "I still believe in love," Kardashian told Jay Leno in March 2012 after her October 2011 split from Humphries. "I'm in love with love. I thought this was it for me."
Rock n' roll legend Jerry Lee Lewis has been married seven times, including one controversial marriage to his 13-year-old first cousin. In 1986, the rock 'n roller gave a little insight into why he married so often when his sixth wife, Kerrie Lynn McCarver Lewis, filed to divorce him. (Though McCarver Lewis had a change of heart about the split, the pair ended up going through with the divorce in 2005.) Asked if he would marry again, Lewis told reporters, "I said I wouldn't every time. But I don't believe in living in sin. I might get married again." Lewis made good on his word. In March 2012, the 76-year-old legend married his caregiver, Judith Brown, in Mississippi.
Maybe the third time will be the charm for Britney Spears? The pop star's first marriage, to hometown friend, Jason Alexander, was annulled after just 55 hours in January 2004, while her marriage to back-up dancer Kevin Federline ended in November 2007 after two years of marriage and two children together. But in May 2011, Spears told Harper's Bazaar that she was open to marrying again and having more children "if the timing was right." It didn't take long. In December 2011, Spears and longtime boyfriend and former manager Jason Trawick revealed that they were engaged.
The Hoff just won't give up on love. After divorcing first wife, Catherine Hickland, in 1989, David Hasslehoff found love with Pamela Bach, the mother of his two daughters, Taylor Ann and Hayley. The couple divorced in July 2006 after 16 years of marriage -- but don't think the two failed attempts at marriage have soured Hasselhoff on love. "I want to be in love. I always try to make it last. I tried (for) 16 years to make my last marriage work but it's up to God, it really is... If you are meant to be together it will work," the actor told Britain's Sunday Express in April 2011. "I would get married again though, sure. I love marriage. I felt guilty my marriages did not work."
After three failed marriages, screen legend Joan Crawford admitted to reporters in 1952 that she would give marriage another shot -- if only she could find the right man. "Certainly, I'd like to marry again," she said, "I think every woman should be married to have a full, rich life. But I don't know anyone to marry." In 1955, Crawford married Alfred Steele, president of the board of Pepsi-Cola.