FamousThe Hollywood rumor machine is running overtime after it becomes apparent that Jennifer Lopez (51) and Ben Affleck (48) have spent a long weekend together in Montana. The former fans traveled to Yellowstone after attending the VAX Live concert in Los Angeles last Sunday.
“She had a great time with Ben,” a source told People of their short trip together. “She is happy with him and enjoys spending time with him.” The duo’s trip to Montana comes more than a week after they photographed Jennifer and Ben outside her Los Angeles home in late April. Previously, some sources told People that Jennifer and Ben were spotted driving a car together near the Big Sky Resort where Affleck owns a home. Seen behind the wheel with Lopez in the passenger seat.
“Old love does not rust”
Fans are also pleased that the two are back together. One follower said, “Wow … if ‘Bennifer’ comes back into existence again, that’s our reward after four years of suffering under President Donald Trump. ” Another writes: “Old love does not rust. It was not their time then, despite the love that was between them. We hope that fate will return them now together.”
Jennifer and Ben were together from 2002 to 2004, when they got engaged, shooting movies and videos, but their fairy tale finally exploded. According to Matt Damon, Affleck’s best friend, “Ben was totally tired at the time.” “He was very fond of her, but he was actually very fond of … and she was crazy about him too. But the outside pressure, with the media constantly following them, became too much.”
Alex Rodriguez, Jennifer’s ex-fiance, says E! All the news with sad eyes. “He and Jennifer just broke up, so it’s very hard to suddenly see her with Ben Affleck again. Even if they just go for the weekend as friends, it’s still hard. Alex finds it hard to see Jennifer moving forward with her life so quickly and it seems like he might Already forgot. “
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