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Jennifer Lopez wears a backless dress while stopping by fiancé Ben Affleck's movie set with manager

Jennifer Lopez put on a sexy display as she was seen rocking a backless dress to visit Ben Affleck on the set of his latest film.The 52-year-old vixen wore a low cut halter dress that bared her toned arms and back while showing off her cleavage.The mother-of-two has stopped by to see her fiancé at work multiple times over recent days. Total babe:Jennifer Lopez put on a sexy display as she was seen rocking a backless dress to visit Ben Affleck on the set of his latest filmThe fit entertainer pulled her honey-hued hair into a neat ponytail placed at the middle of her head.The golden locks flowed down her back and showed off her beautiful visage.

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