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Marc Anthony and wife split

Published 18/11/2016

Marc Anthony and wife split
Marc Anthony and wife split

News of the salsa star's third failed marriage emerges the day after he shared a kiss with his ex-wife Jennifer Lopez at the Latin Grammy Awards.

Marc Anthony and his model wife have split after two years of marriage.

Marc and Shannon De Lima reportedly separated some weeks ago, but the news comes the day after the singer and his ex-wife Jennifer Lopez hit the headlines by sharing a lip lock at the Latin Grammy Awards on Thursday night (17Nov16).

J.Lo performed with her ex and presented him with the Person of the Year Award at the ceremony in Las Vegas, before they briefly embraced and kissed, sending the crowd wild.

However, Lopez's longtime manager, Benny Medina, insists the couple is "not back together", despite reports suggesting the onstage kiss was a sign the exes are far more than just friends.

According to TMZ, Shannon and Marc were last seen together publicly at his Madison Square Garden concert in August (16), when Lopez performed a duet with Anthony.

The former couple has since reunited in the studio to work on a new Spanish-language album.

Lopez has been single since splitting from on-off boyfriend Casper Smart earlier this year (16).

Marc wed Venezuelan model De Lima at his residence in the luxury Casa de Campo beachside golf resort in La Romana, Dominican Republic almost exactly two years ago (11Nov14). The couple became engaged the previous March (14), after dating on and off for two years. The romance began about five months after the singer split from J.Lo.

It's the salsa star's third failed marriage - he was previously wed to beauty queen Dayanara Torres and finalised his divorce from Jennifer Lopez in 2014.

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