Singer Jennifer Lopez arrived in Lima on the weekend to tape part of her television program “Q’Viva! The Chosen,” which she is producing with her ex-husband, salsa singer Marc Anthony, and which seeks to discover Latino musical talent.
“I arrived in Peru and am very moved because I hope to discover great talents for QViva!,” said Lopez on Twitter.
The performer of “On the floor” arrived in Peru with her children Emme and Max and her new boyfriend, backup dancer Casper Smart, according to Radio Programas del Peru.
On “Q’Viva! The Chosen,” Lopez, Anthony and producer Jamie King will travel through 21 countries in Latin America to find new singers, dancers, musicians and artists who later will be sent to Hollywood to be part of an “extraordinary” talent show.
The program will be taped in English, Spanish and Portuguese and will be broadcast simultaneously on different television networks in early 2012 in weekly one-hour episodes.