Ben Affleck’s longtime pal Matt Damon refused to spill the beans on Ben and Jennifer Lopez’s supposed newly sparked romance
J-Lo and Ben sparked rumours of a Bennifer reunion after being spotted hanging out several times in the last few weeks.
And now, Bourne Identity actor Matt caught wind of the possibility of their relationship but refused to spill the beans.
“There’s not enough liquor in the world for you to get me to say something about that,” the 50-year-old said of Jennifer and Ben on Today.
“It’s a fascinating story,” Matt added after saying their Montana getaway was the ‘first he heard about it’.
“I hope it’s true. I love them both. … That would be awesome.”
The former couple dated from 2002 until January 2004 and were briefly engaged before splitting up days before they planned to marry.
J-Lo, 51, recently split with her fiancé Alex Rodriguez while Ben, 48, ended his romance with Ana de Armas at the beginning of the year.
Last week, Bennifer, as they became known during their relationship, were pictured enjoying what looked like a romantic break in Montana, where Ben owns a chalet.
The two looked comfortable in each other’s company as Ben drove them in his SUV with Jennifer sitting in the passenger seat.
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“They were alone,” a source told E! of their getaway “Just the two of them.”
The source added: “They have been in touch here and there throughout the years.
“Ben reached out to her to see how she was doing and they had dinner together a few times within this last month. It’s natural between them and the chemistry is unreal.
“They picked up where they last left off and are enjoying each other’s company right now.”
Their reunion came after they both attended the star-studded VAX LIVE concert where Jennifer performed in LA the day before the trip, but partied separately.