Jennifer Lopez Rocks a Dolce & Gabbana Ball Gown for a Gondola Photo Shoot –

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The star ended her Venice trip in style.
Jennifer Lopez made time for a gondola ride while supporting her boyfriend, Ben Affleck, at the Venice Film Festival.
The “Let’s Get Loud” singer was spotted having a gondola photo shoot on Saturday, the last day of her Venice trip. In the photos, which you can see here, the star poses in a strapless Dolce & Gabbana ball gown, printed with an image of the Venetian canals, which was cinched at the waist with a thin black belt.
For the shoot, Lopez wore her hair straight with two silver clips holding back the front strands, and sported a bold red lip.
The Hustlers actress squeezed in the photo shoot before heading to the airport with Affleck, per People. To travel, Lopez changed into a chic ankle-length white shirtdress with black polka dots, which she accessorized with black stiletto sandals and a black clutch. The Good Will Hunting actor wore a dark blue shirt, dark jeans, and white sneakers.
The couple made their official red-carpet return as Bennifer 2.0 Friday night, arriving at the premiere of Affleck’s film The Last Duel in elegant outfits. Lopez rocked a stunning white Georges Hobeika Couture gown featuring a thigh-high slit and a diamond-studded neckline. The “Waiting for Tonight” singer accessorized the look with silver Cartier jewelry and a bedazzled clutch by Judith Leiber. Affleck woreclassic tuxedo with a ruffled white shirt.
Lopez and Affleck spent the rest of their glamorous night with Affleck’s The Last Duel co-writer and BFF, Matt Damon, Damon’s wife Luciana Barroso, and the rest of the film’s cast. Photographer Greg Williams tagged along on the night’s events and later shared candid photos to his Instagram account, per Entertainment Tonight.

In the final shot of one slideshow, Lopez, Affleck, Damon, and Barroso all smile for the camera at an after party for the film’s premiere.
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