Last month the former couple developed a plan to head off on a massive global tour this summer in order to find the best Latin talent for their new TV show "Q'Viva!"
However, Lopez and Anthony sent shockwaves through Hollywood on Friday by ending their seven-year marriage, leaving many to wonder how the sudden separation would affect their upcoming joint business venture.
Now a spokesman for XIX Entertainment, the company which pioneered the reality program, has spoken out to squash rumors the project has been thrown into jeopardy. The rep tells Deadline.com, "They're both committed to 'Q'Viva!' and will work on it as planned. The show goes on!"
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