PIC: Jennifer Lopez, Marc Anthony Reunite in San Juan for TV Show

Celebrity News Nov. 15, 2011 AT 5:41PM
PIC: Jennifer Lopez, Marc Anthony Reunite in San Juan for TV Show Credit: Primerahora.com/Splash News

Reunited and they look so good!

Just four months after announcing their separation, Jennifer Lopez and Marc Anthony reunited in San Juan, Puerto Rico on Nov. 8. The parents of 3-year-old twins Max and Emme were shooting scenes for their Latin-American talent competition Q'Viva! The Chosen.

VIDEO: What went wrong in Jennifer and Marc's relationship?

But don't expect the spouses of seven years to reconsider their decision to divorce. Over the weekend, a source confirmed to Us Weekly that the 42-year-old American Idol judge has been romantically involved with backup dancer Casper Smart, 24, for a few weeks. (The Insider broke the news of the new romance on Friday.)

PHOTOS: J-Lo and Marc in happier times

Since Lopez and 43-year-old Anthony split in July, the singer-actress has also been romantically linked to Bradley Cooper. A source told Us the Hangover star, 36, was "really trying to woo Jennifer in a big way" and the actor had been "after Jennifer, calling her, for ages." In addition to a super romantic candlelit Sept. 10 dinner at NYC's Per Se eatery, the charming Limitless actor stepped up his seduction game again with a secret flight to Boca Raton.

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Lopez "liked the thrill and the fact that Bradley has been pursuing her," but a source says she "has really been trying to concentrate on her kids and work. But Bradley has been especially eager."

But Lopez doesn't pretend to be an expert relationships. She told Us last year prior to her split: "I'm not one to give advice on marriage. You have to communicate if you want it to keep on working."

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