Jennifer Lopez and Marc Anthony’s surprise announcement yesterday that they’re ending their marriage after 7 years won’t affect their first major TV project together, the international talent show ¡Q’viva! The Chosen they’re doing with Simon Fuller’s XIX Entertainment and Endemol. The series, in which Lopez and Anthony search for undiscovered talents in 21 countries across Latin America, has not been completed, with the singers set to film it later this year. “They’re both committed to ¡Q’viva! and will work on it as planned,” a spokesman for XIX Entertainment said. “The show goes on!”. XIX Entertainment is yet to lock English- and Spanish-language U.S. networks to carry the show, and the publicity surrounding Lopez and Anthony’s split may actually help line up distributors.
JLo and Marc Anthony's Split Won't Affect Their Reality Series With Simon Fuller
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