Ben Affleck's 'Miserable' Expression at the Grammys Goes Viral on Social Media


Actor Ben Affleck went viral on social media for his expression at the Grammy Awards.

A short clip of Affleck sitting next to his wife, Jennifer Lopez, at the event showed him looking less than thrilled.

Spencer Althouse, deputy editorial director at Buzzfeed, tweeted, “However bad of a day you’re having, I promise you’re not as miserable as Ben Affleck at the Grammys right now.”

Twitter users reacted to the post, sharing their jokes and other comments.

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Anchor Liam Martin wrote, “Awards shows are simply not Boston guys’ scene.”

One user replied, “Ugh can we wrap this up? I gotta wake up early and get a silly amount of Dunkin’ Donuts.”

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One tweet suggested Affleck is “socially awkward and I can relate lol. His social meter is done.”

Twitter account for Chicks in the Office reacted, saying, “Someone please check on Ben Affleck.”

Matt Wilstein, senior writer at The Daily Beast, said Affleck would “rather be anywhere else than front row at the [Grammys 2023] watching Stevie Wonder crush Higher Ground.”

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People noted Affleck and Lopez sat with Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson and his wife, Lauren Hashian.

Last year, Affleck spoke out about how he previously struggled with criticism he received in the early 2000s.

“I got to a place where (the public perception) was so different from who I am that I just stopped reading and stopped caring,” Affleck said at the time.

He added, “But then, as my kids got older and started seeing the internet themselves, that’s the difficult part. Even the ‘Sad Affleck’ meme – that was funny to me. I mean, there’s nobody who hasn’t felt that way at a junket. But then my kids see it and I think, ‘Oh, are they going to think their dad is fundamentally sad or they have to worry about me?’ That’s really tough.”

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