Jennifer Lopez has no plans of rekindling her romance with her ex-husband Marc Anthony. In fact, the Shades of Blue star admitted during a recent appearance on Live with Kelly that she initially had reservations about working with her former husband on her upcoming Spanish album. "At first I was like, 'We're good with the kids and everything, but if we start working together, are we gonna start going at each other again?'" the 47-year-old shared. "And it’s been awesome. Honestly, I think it's even helped our relationship."
The singer said she would not remarry her ex-husband Marc Anthony
Jennifer and the Latin artist, who officially divorced in 2014, share nine-year-old twins Max and Emme together. "We're just in a really great place and it's great and the kids get to spend time with the two of us more together and see us working together," the mum-of-two said. “It’s just good for them. It's good for us. It's just good for the whole family."
When asked by host Kelly Ripa if she would ever consider remarrying the father of her children, Jennifer exclaimed, "No no, I think we're really good the way we are. Honestly, we're always gonna be great friends. I'm always gonna be there for him, he's always gonna be there for me," she continued. "We share something very special in the kids, and we know that. We're there for them, and that's the main thing."
J.Lo and A-Rod are dating Photo: Grosby Group
HELLO! confirmed earlier this month that Jennifer is currently off the market. The Booty singer is dating former Yankees player Alex Rodriguez. The couple recently enjoyed a getaway in the Bahamas. While the pair’s romance appears to be heating up an insider previously told HOLA!, "It’s new." A source previously told People magazine that Jennifer is "excited" about the 41-year-old, but is still being "cautious." According to the publication, both J.Lo and A-Rod have a strong physical attraction and share a deep love for family. "He loves family and so does she," the source said. "For Jennifer, family comes first."
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