Jennifer Lopez Recalls Her Painful Split Up From Ben Affleck “Felt Like I Was Going To Die”!

Jennifer Lopez, an American singer, and actress told Page Six that breaking up with Ben Affleck after their first engagement was the “biggest heartbreak” of her life. In a new interview with Apple Music 1, the “Marry Me” singer talked about how she and the “Deep Water” actor got back together and how painful it was when they broke up in 2004.

Jennifer Lopez Recalls Her Painful Split-Up From Ben Affleck!

Jennifer Lopez Recalls Feeling Like 'Dying' After Breakup With Ben Affleck  In 2004: 'It Was The

Lopez, who is 53 years old, told host Zane Lowe, “It hurt so much when we broke up.” “Twenty years ago, when we called off that wedding, it was the worst breakup of my life. I honestly felt like I was going to die.”

“It made me feel like I couldn’t do anything right for the next 18 years. But it does have a happy ending now, 20 years later. It has an ending that could only happen in Hollywood “what the singer was said to have said.

In 2002, the Gigi actors got engaged. Two years after that, though, they broke up. Jennifer and Ben started dating again after making a new connection in April 2021. They got married in July 2021 in Las Vegas.

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The “Let’s Get Loud” singer said, “We caught me at this moment in time when I was reunited with the love of my life and we decided we were going to be together forever.” “The whole point of the album is to say, “This love is real.” This love is real.'”

Lopez told Lowe, “I think the message of the album is that if you’ve lost hope or almost given up as I have, don’t.” “There is real love, and some things really do last forever. I want to share that message with the world, which requires a lot of openness.”

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