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JLo promises love-life reveal

Published 13/04/2015

Jennifer Lopez
Jennifer Lopez

Jennifer Lopez will "announce" details of her love life when the moment is right.

The 45-year-old star reportedly split from the backing dancer last June amid rumours he had been unfaithful, which he has since strongly denied.

After being snapped together frequently and caught locking lips since, it's been claimed that the pair only very briefly went their separate ways but quickly reunited.

However, Jennifer doesn't appear ready to confirm the rumours yet.

"No, no, no! Only because I love you so much. Here is the deal," she told Access Hollywood when asked if she and Casper are back together.

"When I have something to announce, I will.

"I am a grown woman. I can hang out with whoever I want to."

Most recently the pair was spotted looking loved up while celebrating Casper's 28th birthday in Mexico.

Although she may seem smitten with her beau, Jennifer was unable to answer when quizzed on who has been her best kiss ever while at the MTV Movie Awards last night, where she scooped the Best Scared-As-Sh*t Performance for her role in The Boy Next Door.

Previous partners include Puff Daddy and Hollywood hunk Ben Affleck.

"Ever?" she pondered to E! News. "Oh, God! I've had a few good ones."

Meanwhile Casper has been more open about his relationship with Jennifer and even shared a few words while attending the premiere of her movie Home in Los Angeles last month.

"We got a lot of ties. We're very close," he told E! News of their situation. "We're friends. We're very good friends."

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