"Marc and I are good how we are right now. You know what I mean? There’s a reason we’re not together," Lopez explained. "But we’re great friends. We’re parents together. We’re even working on a Spanish album together."
The triple-threat star added that collaborating with her ex has made their relationship stronger. "That has been even better for us -- we met working," she shared. "That’s where we’re really magical, when we’re on stage together and stuff like that. That’s where we’re good, so we leave it there."
As for Anthony and Lopez's 9-year-old twins, Max and Emme, the proud mother can't believe she'll soon have two 10-year-olds in her house. "It’s hard for me to believe nine years has gone by since I had them. It flew by. [I] hate that part,” she admitted, adding that her kids are currently home-schooled but want to attend regular elementary school. “They’re two beautiful, little souls who bring joy to me every day.”
Lopez also admitted that parenthood is her hardest job, followed by filming her NBC show, Shades of Blue. "As far as work goes, it’s definitely the most challenging role for me," she confessed, calling the series “incredibly demanding emotionally."
In November, Anthony and Lopez sparked reconciliation rumors when they exchanged a friendly kiss onstage at the Latin GRAMMYs after performing together. While the moment certainly raised eyebrows, a source told ET that "Jennifer and Marc are not back together."
"That kiss onstage was totally innocent and egged on by the crowd," the source said. "Nothing there, nothing."