According to new reports, J.Lo. has been spending more time with Ben Affleck ever since she split from Alex Rodriguez. That being said, it makes sense that fans are wondering whether or not the exes might get back together!
Jennifer Lopez and Ben Affleck used to form one of the most iconic pairs in Hollywood and now, some think they could be repeating the history!
Page Six was the first to report, via an insider, that Ben and Jen are spending quality time with one another following her and Alex’s breakup.
And sure enough, the two stars have been seen out and about quite a lot lately, as recently as April 29!
The source told Page Six that ‘Security picks him up at a nearby location and then drops him off after spending a few hours at Jen’s house.’
They have, supposedly, hung out no less than three times already since her return from the Dominican Republic where she filmed the movie Shotgun Wedding.
All that does not necessarily mean they are getting back together and the insider did tell the news outlet that they are just friendly with one another and have been so ever since their split back in 2004.
‘They are friends … they’ve never not been.’
Jennifer Lopez and Ben Affleck formed a couple back in the early 2000s and were even engaged!
Fans dubbed them Bennifer and just loved them as a couple!
However, in 2003, they postponed their nuptials and in January 2004, they split for good.
Pretty similarly, after postponing the wedding for a while, Jen broke her engagement with Alex as well, after getting engaged in 2019.
The two used to form a blended family and they all seemed to be very happy together. As a result, many fans were shocked to hear about the split but it just didn’t work out and now they are looking at Ben instead with hope of a reunion.
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