Ben Affleck has broken his silence on Jennifer Lopez’s viral Grammys argument

Ben Affleck has broken his silence about turning into memes on Twitter after attending the 2023 Grammy Awards with wife Jennifer Lopez.

The Good Will Hunting The star insisted that she “had a great time” at the event, although her facial expressions said otherwise during the show.

He also discussed an alleged dispute with him A shotgun wedding During the ceremony, the actor was caught on camera and the video went viral.

“No. I had a great time at the Grammys,” Affleck said. “My wife was going, and I thought, ‘There’s going to be some good music. It might be fun.’ These are speeches and sound mixing webinars during film awards. But I thought it would be fun.”

However, when host Trevor Noah approached him and his wife, Affleck said he suddenly became nervous and told Lopez that the camera was filming them and that he was “going to slip,” in what fans believe was an argument between the couple.

“I was like, ‘Oh my God.’ “In this shot, they were standing for us, but I didn’t know they were rolling,” he said. “I leaned into him and I said, ‘When they start rolling, I’m going to get away from you.’ You’re sitting next to Trevor.’

“He said, ‘You better not go,'” the actor explained, “It’s a husband and wife thing. I mean, some of it I’m like, “Okay, who’s the act?” I don’t follow. My wife, obviously. Yes, this is your wife’s work story. And I went to events and got angry. I’m gone, I’m bored.’

He went on to say that during the prestigious event, people thought he was drunk and how he realized that he needed to talk about his drunkenness.

“I went to award shows and got drunk a lot. No one ever said I was drunk. [But at the Grammys] they thought, “He is drunk.” I thought it was fun,” the Gone Girl star noted.

Affleck, who has been open about his addiction, said: “It makes me wonder if it’s wise to admit to addiction, because there’s a lot of sympathy, but there’s still a huge stigma, which is often inhibiting. I think it’s a hindrance to improving people’s lives.”

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