Meanwhile, DiCaprio, 48, is an Academy Award-winning actor who has appeared in movies such as The Wolf Of Wall Street, Titanic and Once Upon A Time… In Hollywood.
And it turns out, the A-listers are friends who occasionally text – but Lopez may have gone too far after sharing a recent exchange between the two.
Watch Jennifer Lopez recall her flirty text below…
Lopez appeared on The Late Late Show with James Corden and after the pair sang some of her biggest hits, they decided to prank the Romeo and Juliet actor.
Corden sent a text message – from Lopez’s phone – which reads: “Hey baby, I’m kinda feeling like I need to cut loose. Any suggestions?
“Let me know, J Lo. You know, from the block.”
In a surprising turn of events, the Monster In Law actress receives a response from DiCaprio.
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He replies: “You mean tonight, boo-boo? Club-wise?”
Lopez returned to the chat show a year later and it was the first time she and Corden had seen each other since their prank.
The Cats star admitted that his favourite part of their sketch was texting DiCaprio.
Corden asked Lopez how mad The Departed star was with their joke message.
“He wasn’t mad at all! You know,” Lopez insists.
“I was afraid he would be mad when it all came out – he was so cool about it.”
Corden recalls the prank for the audience – with Lopez adding it was the ‘most embarrassing 20 minutes’ while they waited for the Inception star to reply.
However, she does share that she was surprised he actually responded.
“That also surprised me – that he actually thought that was me texting him,” Lopez says.
“He answered back like it was totally normal that you would speak that way to him.”
Corden continues to press Lopez for more juicy details, by asking: “Did you know he calls you boo-boo?”
The Parker actress then jokes about DiCaprio’s dating life, adding: “I guess he calls every girl boo-boo!”
Since the text has gone viral, Corden has revealed that a company has started making T-shirts with the Shutter Island star’s text message printed on the front.