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Jennifer Lopez and Ben Affleck focus on family despite tour cancellation

Jennifer Lopez and Ben Affleck are focusing on what matters most to them: family. The couple was rumored to have had problems in their marriage in recent weeks, but a source told People that they “always want to put the kids first.”

The situation has “been heartbreaking for her,” but Lopez and Affleck are putting their children first because the two have “always been very family oriented.”

Lopez shares twins Max and Emme, 16, with ex-husband Marc Anthony. Affleck shares Violet, 18, as well as Seraphina, 15, and Samuel, 12, with ex-wife Jennifer Garner.

Garner even weighed in on rumors of marriage problems between Lopez and Affleck.

“She wants him happy and healthy so he can be the best father he can be,” a source told People, referring to the three children Garner and Affleck share: Violet, 18, Seraphina, 15, and Samuel , 12 years.

The source added that the 13 In progress 30 The actress “wants the best for” Affleck.

This isn’t the first time Garner has spoken out about Lopez and Affleck. She previously wished the couple well last week.

“She fully supports their relationship and wants nothing more than for him to be happy,” a source told Us Weekly on Tuesday (May 21).

“Jennifer Garner is encouraging Ben to work on his marriage to Jen,” ​​the source said, adding that Garner understands how being in the spotlight “can put a strain” on a relationship.

Jennifer Lopez cancels tour amid Ben Affleck marriage rumors

Residence in Las Vegas, Jennifer Lopez

Lopez had to tell her fans that her This Is Me…Now tour was canceled. THE Atlas The actress took to social media to share the heartbreaking news.

“I am completely heartbroken and devastated that I let you down. Please know that I wouldn’t do this if I didn’t think it was absolutely necessary. I promise I’ll make it up to you and we’ll all be together again. I love you all so much. Until next time…” the Grammy-winning singer wrote.

Live Nation Entertainment also wrote a statement regarding the tour cancellation, citing that “Jennifer is taking time to be with her children, family and close friends.” Live Nation also urged fans to contact the place where they purchased their tickets for a full refund.

“Representatives for Live Nation announced today that Jennifer Lopez’s 2024 Summer U.S. Tour ‘THIS IS ME…LIVE’ has been cancelled. For those who purchased through Ticketmaster, tickets will be automatically refunded – fans do not need to do anything else,” the release said.

“For those who purchased through third-party resale sites such as SeatGeek, StubHub, VividSeats, etc., please contact your point of purchase for details.”

The tour was scheduled to begin next month at the Kia Center in Orlando, Florida.

Before Lopez’s tour was canceled, the New York Post reported that her 90-date Las Vegas residency was in jeopardy.

“MGM sees it not performing well on the road. They are very nervous,” a source close to the matter told the media. “It’s pretty rare that you have a bad tour and then go to Vegas.”

Lopez’s Las Vegas tour is scheduled to begin in fall 2025.