Ben Affleck Adorably Assisted Jennifer Lopez and Her Sky-High Stilettos Down a Flight of Stairs
So far, Ben Affleck has proven himself to be a stand-up guy as part of his relationship with Jennifer Lopez. Not only did he sweetly praise her achievements in public interviews and shower them with expensive birthday presents, but he was also an absolute gentleman. Unconvinced? Just look at that cute moment they shared after J.Lo's appearance on Global Citizen Live last night.
Leaving the venue, Jen was photographed cautiously walking down a flight of stairs in an oversized t-shirt with her face on, patchwork jeans, and a pair of sky-high, silver-glittering stilettos. Fortunately for her, Ben and his sturdy motorcycle boots were there to accompany her descent while they held hands.
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During her performance, J.Lo danced around in thigh-high boots that weren't as tall as her stilettos after the show - but her outfit was much more elaborate. She entered the stage in a deep black jumpsuit with gold sequin applications and transparent side panels and was only equipped with a matching, blinded microphone.
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Her set included hits "If You Had My Love," "Love Don't Cost a Thing," and "Jenny From the Block," and she also debuted a new song from her upcoming film, Marry Me. make a song that no one has heard? "she asked the audience before performing the single" On My Way. "This song is about pushing through old mistakes and finding your fate ... But that's just for you Here tonight. I want to share this with you because I feel like I know we are on our way. "
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