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Marc Anthony supports Jennifer Lopez at Las Vegas show

Published 15/08/2016

Marc Anthony and Shannon De Lima
Marc Anthony and Shannon De Lima

Marc Anthony's wife shares message of support for Jennifer Lopez.

Marc Anthony showed his support for ex-wife Jennifer Lopez by cheering her on at her Las Vegas residency show at the weekend (13Aug16).

The former Latin supercouple officially divorced in 2014 after 10 years of marriage, but Jennifer and Marc have stayed friendly following their split, and both have moved on to new relationships.

On Saturday (13Aug16), Marc and his model wife Shannon de Lima were in the audience for Jennifer's All I Have show at The AXIS auditorium in Planet Hollywood, and following the gig, they posed for a picture with the star of the show and her longtime boyfriend, dancer Casper Smart.

Shannon shared the backstage shot of the foursome, and added a sweet message of support for Jennifer, writing: "Having an amazing time in Vegas #jlo all I have amazing show. Congrats baby!"

J.Lo gave her ex-husband a cute shout-out during the show. Acknowledging his presence to fans in the audience, she said, "You're an international legend and icon, but you're also my baby daddy," prompting Marc to stand up and take a bow.

He was also visibly touched when Lopez performed one of her ballads during the concert and talked about their eight-year-old twins, Max and Emme, as their photos appeared on screens by the stage.

Jennifer, who kicked off the Las Vegas residency in January (16), pays tribute to her kids during the show nightly by dedicating a cover of country singer Lee Ann Womack's I Hope You Dance to them.

She previously told ETOnline that the performance often makes her emotional, no matter how many times she sings it on stage.

"People are like, 'Is she crying?' I'm like, 'Almost every night, thank you'," she confessed.

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