Lip reader shares what Jennifer Lopez said to Ben Affleck during 'fight' at the Grammys
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As with every year, the Grammys was full of entertainment, awkward acceptance speeches, and tense celebrity moments.
And 2023's show was no different, as Jennifer Lopez and Ben Affleck certainly brought the drama.
Many fans were left convinced that the pair were having an argument during the show.
Affleck appears to lean in to J.Lo's ear for a quick word, but the pop star doesn't exactly look best pleased with whatever he has said.
J.Lo then seems to tell her hubby to sit up straight, with the pair then realising that the world's eyes are on them.
They then return to smiley faces as Trevor Noah continues to host the 65th Annual Grammy Awards.
Many viewers took to social media to speculate as to what the couple were bickering about and the possibility that they were 'just joking'.
One person said: "The camera men at the Grammys deserve extra pay. They got all the good shots."
"HER FACE WHEH SHE SAW THE CAMERA LOL," a second added.
Meanwhile, a third remarked: "I'd pay for an alternate Grammy broadcast that's just a livestream of Ben Affleck and J. Lo's table."
Others thought that the vast majority were reading too much into it.
"Looks playful to me. And the host is sitting next to them, they know they’re on camera," one person wrote.
Another viewer added: "I think he was just flirting with her and she told him to quit it."
Following the endless speculation, a lip reader has now brought somewhat of an end to these rumours, as they have revealed what they think was said.
The unnamed lip reader, commissioned by the Daily Mail, claims J.Lo said: "Stop. Look more friendly. Look motivated."
Affleck apparently replied: "I might."
After famously splitting in 2004, J.Lo and Affleck rekindled their romantic relationship in 2021, and tied the knot in Las Vegas in 2022.
In an interview with Zane Lowe on Apple Music 1 in November, Lopez spoke on their rekindled relationship.
She said: "The same thing happened where I felt so inspired and so overtaken with emotion that [the music] was just pouring out of me.
"True love does exist and some things do last forever. And that's real. I want to put that message out to the world. That does take a lot of vulnerability, but I couldn't stop myself.
"Parts of it scare me and I think parts of it scare Ben too.
He's like, 'Do you really want to say all this stuff?' And I'm like, 'I don't know how else to do it, baby.'"