Ben Affleck & Jennifer Lopez Cuddle In Mattress In ‘Marry Me’ Music Video – Hollywood Life

Ben Affleck makes a quick, however memorable, look in his attractive girlfriend’s new music video. Issues get very steamy between ‘Bennifer’ as they share an intimate second.

From “Jenny From The Black” to “Marry Me,” Ben Affleck has made his second-ever look in a Jennifer Lopez music video. The Deep Water actor, 49, briefly pops up within the steamy video for J.Lo’s ballad that she sings with Maluma in her new Marry Me film. Ben’s solely within the very finish of the video, and his face isn’t even proven to viewers. However his cameo continues to be very memorable, contemplating how intimate he and Jen, 52, get with one another.

Ben Affleck & Jennifer Lopez
Ben Affleck & Jennifer Lopez at a ‘Marry Me’ screening in December 2021 (Photograph: Jordan Strauss/Invision/AP/Shutterstock)

Within the video, Ben grabs ahold of Jen’s hand and joins her in mattress. He rests his head to the facet of the celebrity singer, who lovingly wraps her arms round her well-known boyfriend. The couple proceeds to romantically cuddle in mattress. The scene concludes as Jen’s unbelievable vocals simmer out and the 3-and-a-half minute-long video involves an finish.

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As followers might bear in mind, Ben memorably appeared within the music video to J.Lo’s 2002 hit “Jenny from the Block.” That was in the course of the energy couple’s first go-around at love. They started relationship in 2002, resulting in an engagement later that yr — however break up by 2004. Now over 17 years later, Jen and Ben are again collectively and extra in love than ever.

Jennifer Lopez & Ben Affleck
Jennifer Lopez & Ben Affleck within the ‘Marry Me’ music video (Photograph: Youtube/Vevo)

In a Dec. 2021 interview with WSJ, Ben mentioned that getting again along with Jen is “undoubtedly lovely to me.” He additionally known as their reunion a “nice story” and that he might even “write all of it down” sooner or later. “I am very fortunate in my life in that I’ve benefited from second probabilities, and I’m conscious that different individuals don’t even get first probabilities,” the Oscar winner added.

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