Jennifer Lopez has said she's "super happy" and having "the best time of my life" amid her rekindled romance with Ben Affleck.
The superstar opened up about her life in a new interview with Zane Lowe on Apple Music 1, saying: "I'm super happy. I know people are always wondering. How are you? What’s going on? Are you okay? This is it. I’ve never been better.
"And I want my people who care about me because I care about them so much, to know that I’ve really gotten to a place in my life where I'm great on my own. And I think once you get to that place, then amazing things happen to you that you never imagine in your life happening again. And so that is where I’m at."
Without mentioning the actor and director by name, she added: "And I love all the love that’s coming my way right now and all of the, the good wishes. And I just want everybody to know that it’s the best time.
"It’s the best time of my life."
Lopez and Affleck had a short-lived engagement in 2002 and co-starred in Jersey Girl and Gigli. However, they called off their 2003 wedding just days before they were set tie the knot, then officially split in January 2004.
The pair reportedly rekindled their romance earlier this year following Lopez's split from fiancé Alex Rodriguez.
Lopez and Affleck were spotted holidaying in Montana and were seen together outside her Los Angeles home in late April.
The couple were also photographed together in the Hamptons over the Fourth of July weekend.
Lopez reflected on the changes in her life during the Apple Music interview, in which she promoted her new song Cambia El Paso with Rauw Alejandro.
She recalled her time living in the Dominican Republic this spring while filming the movie Shotgun Wedding.
"While I was there, I had got to a point in my life where I really felt good on my own. I'm good. I love my life right now. I love what I'm doing. I love where I'm at. I love the person that I am continually kind of evolving into and becoming," she shared.
"And that kind of joy, that kind of happiness, that kind of love always inspires me. I think some people really get inspired when they're heartbroken. You know what I mean? To write music, when they were in pain."
But for her, she explained: "It's the opposite. When I feel really good, I really feel like I do my best music."
The chart-topper said she got back from the Dominican Republic and "immediately" notified "everybody that I know" that she wanted to get back into the recording studio.
She was delighted when Puerto Rican rapper and singer Rauw Alejandro called her, saying: "I'm always so flattered and happy when an artist that I see coming up, who I think is an amazing performer and really special talent will call me and say, 'Would you get on this record?' I mean, it's amazing. It's amazing for me."