Aww, J.Lo and Ben Affleck Are Color-Coordinating

The two matched on a recent walk in LA.

Bennifer are at it again with the coordinated street looks.

Jennifer Lopez and Ben Affleck walked hand-in-hand on the streets of Los Angeles on Wednesday wearing tan and baby-blue ensembles—Lopez in a light blue coat and pants paired with a matching blue bag and tan belt, and Affleck in a tan coat over a light blue dress shirt. Lopez styled her hair in a sleek high ponytail.

The two were headed to Affleck's interview taping for Jimmy Kimmel Live!, which aired yesterday.

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Light blue has been J. Lo's color of choice lately. For the red carpet premiere of Affleck's upcoming film, The Tender Bar, the singer had a baby blue moment in a flowing Cinderella-esque gown by Elie Saab from the designer's fall/winter 2021 couture collection. She matched the look with a blue velvet belt cinched at the waist, and wore minimal accessories, including drop earrings and a diamond bracelet. She also paired the look with a white Lily clutch by Tyler Ellis.

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While it may have been a coincidence, the coordinated outfits did make the pair look especially united during what has been a rocky week for Affleck, who has faced criticism for comments about the end of his marriage to ex-wife Jennifer Garner, with whom he shares 3 kids. On the Howard Stern Show on Monday, Affleck had said that he would "probably still be drinking" if he were still married to Garner. "It's part of why I started drinking," he told Stern, "because I was trapped."

The actor clarified during yesterday's Jimmy Kimmel appearance. “They said I had blamed my ex-wife for my alcoholism and that I was ‘trapped’ in this marriage, just made me out to be the worst, most insensitive, stupid awful guy," Affleck began. "And I—look, I know people do this. I get it, me, I’m happy to be sad Batman, I’m happy to be Dunkin’ Donuts and the memes... Really, like, if it’s about my kids, I gotta just draw a line. I want to be clear: That’s not true. I don’t believe that, it’s the exact opposite of who I am, what I believe, and I would never want my kids to think that I would ever say a bad word about their mom. It hurts my feelings, man.”

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