Heat magazine reports Jennifer Lopez is so upset about fiance Ben Affleck’s controversial strip club visit, she’s turned to the ex boyfriend Sean ‘P. Diddy’ Combs. “They have been on the phone constantly since the scandal broke,” a source revealed. “And watching the way she smiled as she talked to him, it was clear she was really pleased to hear from him. She is crying on P. Diddy’s shoulder. She’s far more upset about this whole incident than she would ever let on.” The move apparently has gotten Affleck’s attention, as he reportedly snapped at a recent party when asked where J.Lo was: “She’s probably with P. Diddy.”
Ben Affleck Shows Jennifer Lopez He Wants To Change
August 18, 2003 – The Mirror reports Ben stayed close to fiance Jennifer last week on the set of her new film ‘Shall We Dance’ in Winnipeg, before they boarded a private jet to Los Angeles over the weekend where they celebrated Ben’s 31st birthday. “He got up every morning and went to the set with her and that’s all he did. He certainly wasn’t hanging around strip clubs,” an insider remarked. “They’ve both been really busy making movies back-to-back and it has hurt them. By Ben spending his birthday by her side while she worked, he was showing he wants to change.”
Be Like Bennifer
August 18, 2003 – Inspiredsilver.com is offering a 5ct emerald cut pink cubic zirconia inspired by the engagement ring Jennifer Lopez received from Ben Affleck from Harry Winston, which reportedly set back Affleck $1.2 million. Their ring is $39.95.
Blackout Reminds Leno Of ‘Gigli’
August 16, 2003 – Jay Leno again joked about the Jennifer Lopez and Ben Affleck starring box office dud ‘Gigli’ during his Tonight Show monologue on Friday night. Jay joked, “Man, did you — did you see New York in the blackout? That was scary. There were so many people on the streets in Times Square, a confused Dick Clark showed up, tried to get a countdown going. [Laughter] And the footage — thousands of people walking down Broadway. Is that something? It was like was like every movie theater was showing ‘Gigli.’ You know, thousands of people just walking, walking — trying to get away.”