Ben Affleck makes an appearance in Jennifer Lopez's new music video

Ben Affleck makes an appearance in Jennifer Lopez's new music video

Marry Me... say yes! Is Jennifer hinting that she wants to marry Ben in her new music video? 

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Jennifer Lopez in a scene from her 'Marry Me' video/YouTube (Jennifer Lopez)

Jennifer Lopez and her on-again boyfriend, Ben Affleck, are still going strong - so much so that the 'Batman' actor features in her new music video. 

The 52-year-old singer dropped the official visuals for the ballad version of her collaboration with Maluma, 'Marry Me'. 

The song features in J.LO's new movie of the same name. It stars Maluma and Owen Wilson as her love interests. 

But it is her off-screen love interest who almost steals the show in her latest music video. Ben makes a subtle appearance in the video at 00:49, 03:06, and 03:17 into the video.

Jennifer can be seen frolicking in bed with a mystery man. According to People magazine, that mystery man is none other than Ben Affleck. 

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It's not the first time Ben has made an appearance in one of Jennifer's music videos. The 49-year-old actor previously starred in the video for her smash hit, 'Jenny From The Block'. 

The video caused quite a stir when it was released in 2002. It shows intimate moments between the stars, who dated from 2002 before calling off their engagement in 2004. 

The video fueled the tabloid fixation on their relationship, which ultimately hurt Ben's career - which could explain his subtle appearance in the 'Marry Me' music video.

The couple rekindled their romance in 2021, and seem ready to walk down the aisle. Ben was reportedly spotted looking at engagement rings last year. 

During an interview with People earlier this year, Jennifer said that she was thankful that they have a second shot at love. They are also careful not to share too much of their romance with the public. 

"Before we kind of put [our relationship] out there and we were naïve and it got a little trampled. [This time] we both were like, 'Wow, we're so happy and we don't want any of that to come into play again.' We're older now, we're smarter, we have more experience, we're at different places in our lives, we have kids now, and we have to be very conscious of those things. We're so protective because it is such a beautiful time for all of us," she told the publication

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Watch the 'Marry Me' movie trailer below:

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Main image credit courtesy of YouTube/Jennifer Lopez

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