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J.Lo claims Ben Affleck as her "first big heartbreak". Two previous ex-husbands feel a bit awkward.

Ahhh, Bennifer.

Remember them?

Pay attention, Ben.

Ben Affleck + Jennifer Lopez = Bennifer. They were one of the best celebrity couples of the 2000s, right up there with Justin Timberlake and Britney Spears (Brustney? Jitnin?) and Mandy Moore and Andy Roddick (MAndy… Oh).

They met. They got engaged. And then they broke up. C’est la celebrity vie.

But in a recent interview, J.Lo has revealed that the break-up of Bennifer was “probably my first big heartbreak”.

Probably a hurtful thing to hear for the TWO EX-HUSBANDS BEFORE BEN. Apparently, they had little to no impact on the aortic valves.

Jennifer Lopez, Cris Judd. Giant hair, no hair.

In 1997, JLo was married to Cuban waiter Ojani Noa for twenty minutes (and eleven months). He tried to publish a tell-all book about their marriage in 2006, but J.Lo sued and won. He also supposedly has a dirty video from their honeymoon. No doubt, J.Lo will sue and win.

Between 2001-2002 she was married to back-up dancer Cris Judd. NOT the same guy Bec Judd married. Totally different back-up dancer.

Bennifer began back in 2003. Bennifer got engaged. Bennifer postponed their nuptials one day before their planned wedding because of the intense media attention on them.

In 2004, Jen married Marc Anthony. They had babies. Two of them. But unfortunately announced their split in 2011.

Speaking about her marriage to Marc Anthony, Lopez said:

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“To have one of my best friends who I’d known for years, who I actually love and did have chemistry with, come into my life and say, “I’m here.”’

“What you need to know is, nobody can save you or heal you. Only you can do that for you.”

We feel a song coming on. Sing it, Jen.

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