Singers Jennifer Lopez and Marc Anthony are getting a divorce, PEOPLE Magazine reports.
"This was a very difficult decision," the couple told the magazine. "It is a painful time for all involved and we appreciate the respect of our privacy at this time."J.Lo and Anthony on what marriage was like
The couple also said they have reached "amicable conclusions on all matters."
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They wed in 2004 and have 3-year-old twins, Max and Emme.Story: 35 million reasons why J.Lo might not return to 'Idol'
Lopez was a judge on "American Idol" last season, but has not yet announced if she will return to the show. In addition to her musical career, she has starred in films including "The Wedding Planner," "Maid in Manhattan," and "The Back-up Plan."
In April, the pair announced plans for a television show together, "Q'Viva! The Chosen," with Simon Fuller, the creator of "Idol." The show was to feature the superstar couple as they traveled the world to find the best performers in Latin music, dance and other arts with the goal of creating a live extravaganza.
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The show had no airdate, and it's unclear if it will continue.
Lopez released her latest album, titled "Love?" this year. Her career, which had lulled in recent years, has surged since she became an "Idol" judge.
In April, People put her on its cover declaring her the "World's Most Beautiful Woman."Story: Jennifer Lopez 'on the fence' about 'Idol' return
The marriage was the third for Lopez, 41, and the second for Anthony, 42. He was previously wed to 1993 Miss Universe winner Dayanara Torres. She was married to dancer Cris Judd and before that, to waiter Ojani Noa. Each of their previous three marriages lasted just a year.
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