Jon Lovitz Sparked 'Getting Married' Rumors With Notably Young Girlfriend But Was That All True?
There's one thing called a "surprise," and there's this thing called "shock." It came out as a shock to everyone when Jon Lovitz revealed that he is engaged to Jessica Lowndes and is about to get married and share a husband-wife relationship. But what's the truth? Let's dig in.
Came out as a shocker.
Everybody got surprised when the famous comedian Jon Lovitz shared a photo of himself and the 90210 star, Jessica Lowndes riding in a Bentley convertible.
This tweet denoting his younger girlfriend ignited fire like nothing did. While some goofed up claiming it to be a prank, others went with it feeling happy for the couple. But the fire got its fuel when Jessica shared another picture over her Instagram.
Finally, these two posts from Jon and Jessica led them to the headlines with speculation that they were really engaged.
Caption: Jessica Lowndes and Jon Lovitz share news regarding their relationship.
But Jon and Jessica revealed the truth behind the nature of their relationship in an interview where Jon gave the statement,
“I came up with the idea for [the fake relationship] last week,”
“I thought maybe it would get some traction but I wasn’t expecting it to blow up like this.”
And when the mic turned to Jessica, she stated that April Fools came early for the two of them.
Caption: Jessica and Jon share the truth behind their relationship.
Moreover, Jessica revealed that the picture of ring she posted without any caption on her Instagram wasn't even her's. She said.
"It was a picture from Google."
The 90210 star took the full responsibility for the dating prank, which lasted almost a year.
"I love playing practical jokes, so last year on April Fools' Day, it leaked I was in Will Ferrell's Lifetime movie [A Deadly Adoption], so this year, I decided to pull an April Fools' joke of my own, and what better partner in crime?"
Jon and his vocal nature about gay rights?
Although he is straight and fancies relationships with ladies, he has not backed down from being pretty vocal about his support for gay rights.
Gay people can get married in all 50 states. And everyone's worried about who's going to bake the wedding cake??? I'll tell you who.— Jon Lovitz (@realjonlovitz) June 28, 2015
ACLU of Washington— Jon Lovitz (@realjonlovitz) June 27, 2015
"When gay people go to a business, they should be treated like anyone else and not be discriminated against."
These tweets from Jon shows he fully supports gay rights and he is not backing down from making him as well as the gay people being heard. Good job, Jon!