Jennifer Lopez and Marc Anthony begin traveling in July throughout Latin America in search of undiscovered talent as camera crews follow them for their new TV show, "¡Q'Viva! The Chosen."
The reality show features the husband and wife team, along with music tour director/choreographer Jamie King, as they travel to 21 countries in search of entertainers who have yet to be discovered. Producers are looking for singers, musicians, dancers and many other types of performers.
In a three-minute video at qvivathechosen.com, the trio discusses their plans for the show as they travel the Americas looking for talent that will eventually be showcased on TV during a live show scheduled to tape in the United States.
"I'm wondering why I didn't do it sooner," Anthony says in the video about why he's doing the show. "We don't know what's out there, but we have made a pact to go on this journey to uncover the world's most extraordinary talent. We're not holding auditions. We're literally being guided by the people."
Through Facebook and Youtube, people can lead the hosts to talent throughout the Americas. Scheduled stops include Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Mexico, Puerto Rico and the United States. The show's executive producer is Simon Fuller, who also produces "American Idol."
"¡Q'Viva! The Chosen" is filming in English, Spanish and Portuguese. Details on how the show will be distributed have not been disclosed.
"It's probably the biggest thing I've been involved with yet," Lopez says in the video.