How many times have you watched the trailer for Jennifer Lopez’s Halftime? I know, I know there are those of you out there who don’t care, and haven’t even seen it once, and I love that for you but some of us are obsessed and can’t f-cking wait. On the group chat the other day one of our friends, and they all work in television production, suggested a viewing party. Which…um… yes, please, yes, yes, but maybe for the second view? Because I feel like we’ll be pausing every few minutes to unpack a moment or to rewatch something technical, discuss an editing decision, and it would take us ten hours to finish.
Anyway, here’s JLo with Ben Affleck meeting up at Soho House yesterday and greeting each other with a kiss which made me laugh because I’ve been married over 20 years and when I meet up with my husband, this is not the salutation. That said, my relationship love language is obviously not the Bennifer love language.
It’s not just that they’re still in that intense phase of their reunion and re-engagement, it’s also obviously how they vibe with each other. Not unlike, for example, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, who’ve been openly tactile from the moment they took their relationship public. Or the couple on the most extreme end of this spectrum: the newly married Kourtney Kardashian and Travis Barker, who probably greet each other with a straddle.