A month after the announcement of split up from his diva wife Jennifer Lopez, musician and singer Marc Anthony finally spoke about the breakup.
Pop star Jeniffer Lopez and Salsa star Marc Anthony announced in July that they are getting divorced ending their seven years of marriage.
In an exclusive interview with ABC News' Nightline, the Grammy-winning singer denies tabloid reports that their breakup was due to affairs.
I'll tell you that it wasn’t something sensationalistic happening, he said, adding that the marriage simply no longer worked.
“We both came to the decision to divorce 'jointly' as we realized that our relationship could not have gone on the way it was. So you know it wasn't shocking. These things happen,” Anthony said.
Anthony also told ABC News that he will “always love” his estranged wife.
I'll always love Jennifer, he said. She knows that; my kids know that. Jennifer's a wonderful, wonderful woman, a wonderful mother, a wonderful friend.
Despite their split the couple is working together on a reality show the Latin talent search Q'Viva: The Chosen.
Jeniffer, 41, and Marc, 42, are parents to three-year-old twins Max and Emme. The couple released a statement on July 15 saying, We have decided to end our marriage. This was a very difficult decision. We have come to an amicable conclusion on all matters.
The couple got married at J.Lo's Beverly Hills home in a June 2004 ceremony, just five months after she ended her high-profile engagement to Ben Affleck, Mirror.co.uk reported.
Before her marriage with Marc, J.Lo got married twice - first, to restaurateur Ojani Noa and after that with dancer Cris Judd. She ended her marriage with Noa in 1998 and with Judd in 2003.
The couple performed together in a 2007 tour called Juntos en Concierto. They also worked on each other's albums and starred opposite each other in 2006 film El Cantante.