Jennifer Lopezwho recently married her former fiancé Ben Affleck, is candid about their love story, this time about how their second chance at love will be different. She even shared the sweet message Ben engraved inside of her new engagement ring.
In a recent interview with Zane Lowe from the podcast One by Apple Music said that her (second) engagement ring from the Bostonian has the message “Does not go anywhere”.
“This is how he signed his emails when we started talking again”he added. “Like, ‘Don’t worry, I’m not going anywhere.’”
Ben is being pampered with phrases and gestures by the Bronx Diva, and in this regard he told him “I lost you once, and I won’t lose you again“.
Reflecting on his album, This is Me…Then tells how the record was inspired by her relationship with Ben at that point in his life, when the couple dated for two years and then got engaged, before finally deciding to call him in peace.
“Twenty years ago, I fell in love with the love of my life and was working on an album”started. “Now, the most amazing, unbelievable, unbelievable thing happened, and the reason we’re here is I want to capture this moment in time because it’s even better than the first time.”.
This Is Me Now
Talking about her decision to name her new album This Is Me Now Zane and Jennifer discussed the coincidence of it all and how it was almost like she knew she was going back to that time in her life with the same person.
She admits that she hadn’t initially settled on that album’s title, saying she was going to give it a more obvious name, Jenny From The Blockwhich was a single on the album.
“I remember talking to Ben about it on the set of Jersey Girl, a movie we made a long time ago.”he continued. “I said, ‘I just don’t know what to call this album, I just can’t make it.’ Y [Ben] He said, ‘Well, this is you, right now. Everything you’re writing on this record is you on this record, right now. When you look back at the record, it’ll be like, ‘that was me… back then’.
The mother of twins says she feels some of her songs were written for her moments with Ben now. She just didn’t know it at the time.
After lamenting the heartbreak of their initial breakup in 2002, she says it was so “painfulthat she couldn’t even tour for the album and perform the songs. Now that she has her happy ending, however, she quipped, “Now, 20 years later, she has a happy ending. “that would never happen in Hollywood.”
Zane coined it “The Great Unrequited Love Album”and the world couldn’t agree more.