Watching "Q'Viva! The Chosen," there are moments could almost forget that its two most famous hosts -- Jennifer Lopez and Marc Anthony -- are no longer married.
The Latin American-based show recently debuted on Univision, but an English-language version debuts on Fox on Sat. March 3. Though Lopez and Anthony split in July 2011, they both committed to the reality show. On "Q'Viva," Lopez, Anthony and concert director Jamie King travel to 20 countries in search of the best Latin performers, including singers and dancers, with the help of YouTube and Facebook
"I don't think one of us thought about abandoning the project, ever, because of anything that happened. It was just how we we're going to do it," Lopez says in one of the "Q'Viva" episodes. "I'm glad we stuck with it. This is just a testament that it's bigger than us ... It's a human thing. It's a life thing. It's a legacy thing. We are put in a position to do something about it," Anthony adds.
During a recent appearance on "The Ellen DeGeneres Show," third wheel Jamie King joked: "I find myself in the middle refereeing sometimes. It's fantastic."
Anthony called his divorce from Lopez "very Sonny and Cher", proving they are hardly the first famous couple to find themselves working together on television after a divorce. From the iconic example of the "I Got You Babe" duo to the two stars who stuck with "I Love Lucy" post-split, see our slideshow of more couples who made TV magic even after ending their marriages.