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Watch! Milo Ventimiglia Surprises Jennifer Lopez On ‘Tonight Show’

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Dec. 12 2018, Published 4:08 p.m. ET

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Jennifer Lopez got a surprise from her Second Act co-star Milo Ventimiglia during her appearance on The Tonight Show. J Lo was playing a game of “Can You Feel It” when host Jimmy Fallon called out for some "extra competition."

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Jennifer started the game where she had to guess the contents inside boxes by feeling them, without any help. “I hate this,” she said as Jimmy explained the rules.

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That sentiment quickly changed when she watched the host squeeze bagels, cream cheese, and lox. “I love it. Oh my god,” she exhaled.

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They played several rounds before Jimmy called for the “extra competition.”

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That’s when Milo appeared from back stage, much to the delight of the actress. She twirled and hugged the actor, who plays her boyfriend in their film, Second Act.

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It was a busy day for Jenny from the block. She and beau Alex Rodriguez also surprised moviegoers at a theater in the Bronx during their screening of the movie, which also stars Leah Remini and Vanessa Hudgens.

Watch the clip above to see how the surprise went down.

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What do you think of the surprise? Let us know in the comments.

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