The once happy couple proved they're still on amicable footing—both personally and also as business partners—after taping an appearance together on The Ellen DeGeneres Show yesterday, which will air on Monday.
So did J.Lo dish about her current beau, Caspar Smart?
The interview isn't quite as revealing as her tweets about her new relationship. But the 42-year-old Lopez did open up about twins Max and Emme and who inherited what from which music superstar.
"Are they musical? Do they sing?" wondered Ellen.
"Yes, they love to sing and dance. Emme loves to dance. She loves to perform," Lopez said.
When the comedian asked if they're any good, the singer-actress fessed up.
"I'll be honest. I think Emme has a bit of a voice, I do. I'm not sure but I kind of hear it once in awhile. I'm not sure about Max as much but he has a big personality," she admitted. "He's got my personality. Maybe Emme has Marc's voice. We traded."
Later in the segment, Lopez is joined by her soon-to-be ex-hubby and Jamie King, the director-choreographer behind the new Cirque du Soleil Michael Jackson Immortal World Tour who's working with her and Anthony on their new Latin talent show, Q'Viva!, airing on Univision.
And if viewers think a little split is going to get in the way of the duo's on-air banter, think again.
"We laugh a lot," said Jennifer, though not before Jamie chimed in with his own thoughts on the dynamic between the two.
"I find myself in the middle refereeing sometimes. It's fantastic," he quipped.
That prompted a quick retort from Marc: "Where's the camera. Next question."
The quartet then joked about a clip DeGeneres showed from their new TV series in which Jennifer smacks Marc in the head.
"That clip right there…yeah, [producers] put a sound effect in there for the live broadcast," she noted.
Said Anthony: "Trust me it hurt."
Countered J.Lo: "It did not hurt."
Someone get these two
a room in the ring!