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Jennifer Lopez and Ben Affleck have been avoiding breakup rumors for some time now, but their latest move seems to add even more weight to the rumors.

On Saturday (8 June) TMZ reported that Ben and Jen have enlisted the services of real estate agent Santiago Arana from the agency to sell the Beverly Hills mansion they bought together for around $60 million just over a year ago.

The couple is asking “around $65 million” for the house. Ben has since moved into a rental apartment in Brentwood, while Jennifer is also looking for a new house, the publication says.

It’s been a rough year for J.Lo, who recently canceled her summer tour. While an announcement from Live Nation explained that she was “taking time off to be with her children, family and close friends,” many people believe it was actually due to low ticket sales.

In an official statement published on her website, the multi-talented artist said she was deeply saddened to have to cancel the planned hike.

“I am deeply saddened and devastated for disappointing you,” she wrote. “Please know that I would not do this unless I felt it was absolutely necessary.”

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She continued: “I promise I will make it up to you and we will all be together again. I love you all so much. Until next time…”

“Sources close to Lopez” apparently diversitythat the tour was not cancelled due to low ticket sales. Despite this, the concert series has been plagued with problems since its inception.

Last month, the “Jenny From The Block” singer converted her This Is Me…Now tour into a “Greatest Hits” tour after experiencing poor ticket sales. diversity also announced that the singer and actress has canceled seven dates, disappointing ticket holders in Cleveland, Nashville, Raleigh, Atlanta, Tampa, New Orleans and Houston.

The message to anyone planning to attend the shows in the above cities simply read: “Unfortunately, the promoter has had to cancel your event. You do not need to take any action to receive a refund.”

After the tour’s allegedly disappointing ticket sales became known and just days before it was canceled completely, their planned appearance in Las Vegas was apparently also in jeopardy.

Page Six reported that Lopez, who was reportedly offered $90 million to headline 90 shows on the Strip at MGM Grand next year, may have the deal pulled.

“MGM is watching her not do well on tour. They’re very nervous,” a source familiar with the situation told the outlet. “It’s pretty rare that you have a bad tour and then go to Vegas.”

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