Marc Anthony Jennifer Lopez split
Lopez and Anthony kiss at the conclusion of their performance at the Carousel of Hope Ball in Beverly Hills. reuters

Jennifer Lopez and Marc Anthony announced the end of their seven years of marriage on Friday. Speculations have already started on the couple's assets and as to who will get how much of that. Well, there is a bigger question at the moment: Whether the couple will continue with plans of launching the new Latin talent show Q'Viva: The Chosen.

Announced in June, the collaboration between Lopez, Anthony, director-choreographer Jamie King and American Idol creator and XIX Entertainment CEO Simon Fuller seeks to find the best undiscovered performers south of the border, reported the Hollywoodreporter.

The show requires the couple to visit dozens of communities. Also,the series promised multi-lingual simultaneous broadcast across 21 countries in North America, Central America and South America.

The show goes on, a representative for XIX Entertainment tells THR. Q'Viva!, the hotly anticipated 2012 celebration of Latin music, artistry and dance, is set to film this autumn in South America with Jennifer Lopez and Marc Anthony as previously announced.

This television series will not be the only creative endeavor that the two stars have taken on together in recent years. Earlier in 2006, they teamed up for the film El Cantante, which starred the duo.

Lopez was a part of American Idol's 10th season, which got her an estimated $12 million. Her plans of appearing for the show this year again are still under speculatuions, but she has signed on for the Lionsgate comedyWhat To Expect When You're Expecting, supposed to open in May 2012. Anthony can currently be seen in the TNT medical drama Hawthorne, said the report.

Demanding schedules aside, XIX assures that both Jennifer and Mark are committed to theQ'Viva! project and will work on it as planned, THR reported.