Singer Marc Anthony will open up for the first time about his separation from wife Jennifer Lopez on ABC News, airing Thursday.
In a promo for the interview with reporter John Quinones, Anthony says, "I'll always love Jennifer."
Jada Pinkett Smith and Marc Anthony did not hook up on the set of "HawthoRNe," according to crew members, reports TMZ.
The crew says the two were strictly professional on set and even practiced their lines separately with an acting coach, rather than inside their trailers together.
She'll be back! After months of negotiation, Jennifer Lopez has inked a $20-million contract with "American Idol." FOX announced Wednesday that the superstar will return to the judges' table in January for the show's 11th season.
Although producers were pushing for a multi-year contract (like the one Steven Tyler has), Lopez agreed only to a one-year deal and will reportedly receive a giant $8-million raise... almost doubling her paycheck from last season's hefty $12-million.
Nearly a month after they announced their separation, Jennifer Lopez and Marc Anthony seemed to have put their differences aside for a sun-filled visit together.
The two were spotted riding in the back of a red Mustang convertible Wednesday, TMZ reports, near Sagg Main Beach in Southampton.
"Extra" talked with vedic astrologer Carol Allen -- who studies how the positions of planets and the time of birth shape someone's love life -- and analyzed some of the recent celebrity breakups and hookups.
On Jennifer Lopez and Marc Anthony, Allen said Lopez tends to jump into relationships quickly. "Moon Scorpio women leap without looking. We call her J.Lo. We need to call her J.Slow," while Anthony "has a sun, Pluto combination. Pluto is all about control and being dominant."
As Jennifer Lopez and Marc Anthony remain estranged, a new report says Anthony wants another chance.
UsWeekly magazine says Lopez is moving on, partying with friends into the wee hours in Miami Beach and "bonding" with Rodrigo Santoro, her co-star in "What to Expect When You're Expecting," but Anthony is "seething with jealousy," a source told Us. "Marc is suspicious of anyone, especially a hot guy she is working with. It drives him crazy."
It looks like Jennifer Lopez may be nearing a multi-million-dollar deal to return to "American Idol" as a judge.
The Wrap reports the pop star will be returning to the hit FOX show with a contract that is "a smidge over" $20 million, according to a source, which would be a big raise from the $12 million she made in her debut season earlier this year.
FOX reportedly must also work around Lopez's busy schedule. The actress/singer is starring in two upcoming films -- the comedy "What to Expect When You're Expecting" and the thriller "Parker" - and is teaming with her now-estranged husband Marc Anthony on the talent-search series "Q'Viva!"
For the first time since announcing her divorce from husband Marc Anthony last month, Jennifer Lopez is speaking to Vanity Fair, telling the magazine, "Sometimes it doesn't work -- and that's sad. But I remain an eternal optimist about love. I believe in love."
The "Idol" judge continued, "It's still my biggest dream. I am positive -- determined to move forward with my life, bring up my babies, and do the best job I can as a mother, entertainer, and person. I now look forward to new challenges. I feel strong."