Although at first they tried to carry their relationship with secrecy, the truth is that Jennifer Lopez and Ben Affleck no longer hide their love. After 17 years of their breakup, and after JLo broke off her engagement to Alex Rodriguez, Bennifer it seems to be at its best.
In fact, recently, the couple was captured visiting some of the most luxurious mansions for sale in Los Angeles in order to be able to move together. There is even talk of a possible wedding between celebrities, however, the latter has not yet been confirmed.
Of course, the couple has not stopped walking the streets of California, in the company of their respective children, showing how happy they are with this second chance.
This is how Jennifer Lopez reacted when questioned about Ben Affleck in the middle of the interview.
And it is that, the happiness that the couple projects is difficult to hide, therefore, during your time in the program Today of the nbc, journalist Hoda Kotb could not resist and directly questioned The Bronx Diva about his relationship with Ben Affleck.
“You seem happier. Look, I just have to tell you that every time I see a picture of you with Ben I think ‘he looks happier, he looks happier’. Are they happier?”, Hoda questioned.
In view of this, JLo evaded the question and continued to talk about the re-release of the single “Love Make the World“, topic for which the Puerto Rican was being interviewed in the company of Lin-Manuel Miranda.
However the journalist did not give up and refuted: “Wait, it’s me who you’re talking to, you know it.” but Jennifer had no intention of exposing her private life, so he simply responded with a solid “I know. You can call me. You have my number!”. Check the moment!
Although the interpreter of ‘Change the Step‘ did not give details of their relationship, a couple of weeks ago he expressed for Zane Lowe of Apple Music that “he has never been better” than now in his life. “I’m super happy. I know people always ask, ‘How are you? What’s going on? Are you okay?’ This is. I’ve never been better“, he ruled.