The former couple laughed with each other throughout the TCA press tour conference in Pasadena and touched hands at one point.
Former husband and wife, Marc Anthony and Jennifer Lopez, were far from awkward when promoting their new joint project. Six months after splitting, the parents of twins attended a panel at Television Critics Association press tour in Pasadena on Saturday, January 14 to promote "Q'Viva! The Chosen".
Anthony helped Lopez to get to her seat and they sat next to each other on stage. The former couple smiled throughout the event and corresponded each other during the conversation with the audience. Anthony reportedly even held her hand to examine some of her rings. After he let go, she lightly stroke his arm.
"There are good ideas and there are great ideas, and great ideas are when everybody wins," Anthony explained about the show. "We had many things to consider project-wise, and it was about time to take (this) on."
The crowd, consisting of journalists, drilled the couple with tough questions about their project that Anthony said, "It's too early for this." One journalist asked about their dynamic as a former couple working together. "Same as it was any other time we worked together," Lopez said. "We have a great time working together."
"Q'Viva" will begin airing January 28 on Univision while the English version will follow on FOX.