Former flames Jennifer Lopez and Ben Affleck were at the same event amid rumors that the two are getting back together.
On Sunday, Lopez performed at “Vax Live: The Concert to Reunite the World,” a benefit aimed at increasing COVID-19 vaccine accessibility around the world.
While singing Neil Diamond’s “Sweet Caroline,” the actress and singer brought out her mom, Guadalupe Rodriguez, 75, who adorably swapped in “Jennifer” for “Caroline.”
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However, as Lopez left the stage, Hello! Magazine reports that her ex Ben Affleck “made his entrance just seconds after” in which he performed a hilarious skit with Jimmy Kimmel poking fun at his former “Batman” character.
Per Page Six sources, Kimmel — who was comically dressed as Batman sidekick Robin — told Affleck, “You told me we were dressing up… I am wearing my suit and you’re not wearing your suit!”
“You’re Batman, duh!” Kimmel reportedly added, referencing Affleck’s movies including “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice” and “Suicide Squad.”
Page Six noted that “Sweet Caroline” is also an anthem for the Red Sox, a team that Boston native Affleck has been a vocal supporter of.
Last Friday, weeks after Lopez announced her split from fiancé Alex Rodriguez, Page Six published a report that said Lopez and Affleck were spending time together in Los Angeles.
The outlet reports that Affleck was picked up in a white Escalade SUV that reportedly belongs to Lopez and was taken to her nearby mansion.
“Security picks him up at a nearby location and drops him off after spending a few hours at her house,” a source told the website.
The outlet also claims that Affleck visited Lopez three times since she returned to California from shooting her new film, “Shotgun Wedding,” in the Dominican Republic.
However, despite the rumors, an insider told the outlet, “They are friends… they’ve never not been.”
Affleck and Lopez — dubbed “Bennifer” by fans — got engaged in 2002 but split in early 2004.
Last month, Lopez and Rodriguez announced they have ended their engagement, saying in a statement to “Today,” “We have realized we are better as friends and look forward to remaining so. We will continue to work together and support each other on our shared businesses and projects. We wish the best for each other and one another’s children.
“Out of respect for them, the only other comment we have to say is thank you to everyone who has sent kind words and support.”