Gina Rodriguez wants to ''elope'' to avoid wedding planning now she is engaged to Joe LoCicero.
Gina Rodriguez wants to ''elope'' to avoid wedding planning.
The 'Jane The Virgin' star recently got engaged to Joe LoCicero, her boyfriend of two years, and admits she is thinking about running away and tying the knot because of the stress of getting things planned for the big day.
Speaking on The Talk, she said: ''As of this Sunday, I feel like we're gonna elope. It is so much drama! It's a lot of work. There was a point where I was like, 'Everybody arrange everything, I just wanna show up, I just wanna do it, I just wanna say, 'I do', I'm happy. And then I started hearing what they wanted to do, and I was like, 'Hmm, I don't know about that...' and then I started hearing about how you like, offend people. Everything you do is offensive! You know, if people aren't bridesmaids, they're offended ... It's crazy!''
Meanwhile, Gina previously confessed she hasn't ''even thought'' about wedding planning.
She said: ''Oh, I haven't even thought that far. I can't even imagine planning anything. Also, I need to finish Jane. I'm like, whew. But it's good. It's good ... Life is good. Love is good. He did great [with the ring]. He did great. Yeah, 'cause it's my style, right? That's all that matters. He knows what I like and he knows my heart and he rocks.''
Joe popped the question to Gina recently but she says she will keep how it was done a secret.
She shared: ''That I'm gonna keep to myself, that I don't think I'm gonna ever share that. Because there's only so many things that you get to own when you become a public figure, because it's the blessing and the curse of it, you know?
''The blessing is that you get to do what you love every day and you have so many incredible people supporting you. But then the little curse is that nothing's a secret anymore, you don't get to hold anything to yourself. So I'm gonna hold that one for as long as I can.''
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