Jennifer Lopez and Ben Affleck shared a kiss on the red carpet at Elle's 2023 Women in Hollywood celebration.
The 54-year-old pop superstar tied the knot with Hollywood actor Ben, 51, in 2022 - more than 20 years after they initially dated before breaking thigns off - and shared an intimate moment on Tuesday (05.12.23) evening whilst arriving at the magazine's glitzy event.
Meanwhile, the 'Jenny From the Block' hitmaker recently announced her ninth studio album 'This Is Me... Now ' - which will serve as her first mainstream album release in almost a decade - and spoke at the event about how even though she has realised her dreams, she has finds it "scary" to suddently put her work out into the world as she claimed that it is "much harder" to be recoginised as a woman in the industry.
She told 'Entertainment Tonight': "The scary thing is putting it out. That's the scary part. Because you come up and you have your dreams and you're trying to do your thing, and then to be recognised you always want to be part of the girls club, right? We talk about the boys club, but the girls club is much much cooler, and it's harder to get into.
The 'Marry Me' star - who has 15-year-old twins Emme and Max with ex-husband Marc Anthony whilst Ben has Violet, 18, Seraphina, 15, and Samuel, 11, with ex-wife Jennifer Garner - has teamed up with her husband on a film project about her new album and explained why even though the project came about "unplanned", there is no way she could have worked on it with anyone other than Ben.
She said: "This project was something I didn't really plan. When the music was done I just thought to myself, 'There's more of a story to be told here. There's been a bigger journey than just a love story here.' And so it became a much bigger, fuller project, with an incredible message," Lopez said. "And I realized I had to really get personal to tell it. We collaborate very well together. And nobody knows my story more than he does," she added. "So we were able to kind of sit down and really dig into it, in a way that I don't think any other writer could've done with me."