Jennifer Lopez and Marc Anthony are together again -- promoting their new Spanish reality talent show at the Television Critics Association winter press tour.
In October, the leading Spanish-language network Univision, picked up "¡Q'Viva! The Chosen," a Latin American reality talent competition from "American Idol" creator Simon Fuller, Jennifer Lopez, her soon-to-be ex-husband Marc Anthony.
The celebrity couple, who split up last summer, appeared on a stage to promote "Q'Viva! The Chosen," which premieres on Univision later this month.
"The Chosen" will follow Lopez, Anthony and show director Jaimie King as they travel through Latin America in search of talent in a number of disciplines, including singing and dancing, with the help of YouTube and Facebook. Last summer, the public was allowed to submit suggestions for talent via Facebook, and the hopeful performers could submit their auditions on YouTube.
"There are good ideas and there are great ideas, and great ideas are when everybody wins," Anthony told the crowd, of the newest entrant onto the singing competition genre. "We had many things to consider project-wise, and it was about time to take (this) on," he said, via Zap2it.
Anthony helped Lopez up the stairs to the stage, and later admired her ring, reports the Associated Press. The former couple even sat side-by-side onstage, giving each other an awkward high five after the panel's end.
Unfortunately for the critics and reporters who attended the morning conference, Lopez and Anthony answered only two questions, sparking a few angry tweets from critics.
Before leaving, reports the Associated Press, Lopez told reporters that, "We have a great time working together."
The show, produced by Fuller's XIX Entertainment, will air on Univision in the United States, Televisa in Mexico and Caracol TV in Colombia.
Take a look at the tweets below to get the inside scoop on the "Q'Viva! The Chosen" panel.
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