The newly turned 49-year-old actor didn't want to let J Lo go when she exited his $20 million mansion in Pacific Palisades, CA — the same home where just months ago, Affleck almost faced a scary trespasser.
Affleck and the Love Don't Cost a Thing singer packed on the PDA as eager shutterbugs snapped away on Tuesday.
J Lo dressed to kill and looked like a boss in a pair of cream-colored pants and black turtleneck despite the warm Los Angeles weather.
Wearing her long hair back in a sleek ponytail, the Hustlers star rocked a pair of heels and her signature hoops for her trip to Affleck's home.
Affleck and J Lo didn't just share their steamy makeout with photographers. One of her team members was nearby to witness the blush-worthy PDA session.
The actress ditched her award-winning beau and jumped in the car with a female, who was holding a script of J Lo's latest project — Netflix's upcoming movie The Mother.
After her passionate reunion with Affleck, J Lo took herself to dinner at Olivetta Restaurant in West Hollywood.
Affleck and J Lo's PDA session came at an interesting time, just hours after her ex-fiancé spoke out about their bitter breakup for the first time since ending things in April.
J Lo moved on with Affleck quickly, despite A-Rod's desperate attempt to win her back.
Opening up about their past, the ex-Yankee called their five-year relationship "incredible."
He took the high road by revealing he was "grateful" for what they shared together, and made it clear he was ready to move on after life without J Lo.
A-Rod's interview with Entertainment Tonight was published on Monday, days after J Lo drove the final nail in their breakup coffin by unfollowing him on social media.
As for her future with Affleck, Radar is told that the couple will not move in together until J Lo is "financially free" from A-Rod.
"Jennifer is still untangling her financial assets from Alex Rodriguez. There is no way she is buying a home with Ben until she is financially free from Alex," sources told us last month.
Despite looking at two lavish homes, our insiders say, "At the moment the living arrangement works just fine."