Divorce aside, plans remain in motion for ¡Q’viva!.
They may no longer be able to make their marriage work, but Jennifer Lopez and Marc Anthony can still function together in the name of making money. The pair shockingly (to some anyway) revealed on Friday that they are divorcing after seven years of marriage. The news left many wondering what this news means for their newly announced international talent show, ¡Q’viva!.
The show was announced months ago as a deal between American Idol producer Simon Fuller and the TV production company Endemol. The press release said that Jennifer and Marc would travel across Latin America in search of undiscovered talents. Will a divorce impede those plans? "The show goes on!” confirms a spokesman for Fuller’s XIX Entertainment, according to Deadline.com. However, ¡Q’viva! has yet to secure any English or Spanish-language networks for distribution.