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Jennifer Lopez and Marc Anthony Will Still Do Latin Talent Show

Divorcing couple plan to film 'Q'Viva' in the fall

July 18, 2011 10:15 AM ET
Jennifer Lopez and Marc Anthony talent show
Jennifer Lopez and Marc Anthony
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Jennifer Lopez and Marc Anthony will continue on with their plans to launch a new Latin talent show despite announcing the end of their marriage on Friday. A representative of Simon Fuller's XIX Entertainment, the production company who have teamed with the former couple and choreographer  Jamie King on the project, announced in a statement that Q'Viva: The Chosen will begin filming in South American in the fall.

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Q'Viva, which is scheduled to debut in 2012, will follow Lopez and Anthony as they travel throughout Latin America seeking out undiscovered singers and dancers. The program is set to be broadcast in several languages across 21 countries in North America, Central America and South America.

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