Although Jennifer Lopez and Marc Anthony have moved on with new loves, the former couple will reportedly talk candidly about their failed marriage on the premiere of their reality talent show "Q'Viva: The Chosen."
A preview of the premiere, which will air on January 28 on Univision, was screened for critics recently and, according to The Hollywood Reporter, the two are seen talking about their relationship and how they're "going to be in each other's lives."
An English version of the show is set to air on Fox later this year. The two were seen holding hands while promoting the show at a Television Critics Association event on January 16.
The show's director Jamie King told Billboard magazine, according to The Hollywood Reporter, "Jennifer and Marc are respectful to each other."
He added, "Although they are not together anymore, they still share this love ... and it still bonds them and they still love the show so much to continue even though they're separated and to me that's such a great and beautiful story."
Lopez, 42, and Anthony, 42, announced in July that they were breaking up, but they did not specify a reason for the split. The two married in June 2004 and their twin son and daughter, Max and Emme, were born in February 2008.
Lopez is reportedly dating Casper Smart, a 24-year-old back up dancer who performed with her at the American Music Awards.
Smart was also a backup dancer in Lopez's performance on "American Idol" in and has also performed in films like "Honey 2," "Step Up 3D" and "Dance Flick" and on television series like "Glee" and "How I Met Your Mother."
"American Idol" creator Simon Fuller's XIX Entertainment partnered with the two stars to produce "Q'Viva: The Chosen." The show will feature Lopez and Anthony searching for talent in 21 countries Latin America. The series began filming in July.
Lopez returned to her spot at the judges' table for "American Idol" on the 11th season premiere on January 18.