Does Jennifer Lopez Have a New Man?

Does Jennifer Lopez Have a New Man?

Has J. Lo already moved on? Rumors are flying that Jennifer Lopez is hot and heavy with the hunk from her new music video.

His name is William Levy. He's a big TV star in Mexico. And get this—after shooting the video with JLo, he also announced his marriage is over. He and his beautiful wife were married for eight years and have two kids.

JLo was asked about her obvious chemistry with Levy on The Tonight Show two months ago.

Jay Leno asked, "I want to ask you something. I know your husband. I know he's going, 'Who is that guy?' "

Lopez laughed and said, "He knows him."

"And he's cool with it?" asked Leno.

"Yes, of course," said Lopez.

But a source tells the Chicago Sun-Times not to "jump to any conclusion...[her divorce] is just about a marriage falling apart for other reasons after seven years."

Levy's rep says, "The only relationship there was or is, is a professional relationship. That's all there's ever been."

After the stunning divorce announcement late Friday, Marc Anthony spent the weekend on tour. In Bogota, Colombia Sunday night, he made a cryptic comment about his split: "They say I am a single man."

In their joint statement, they said, "We have come to an amicable conclusion on all matters."

Family law attorney Debra Opri told INSIDE EDITION, "This is one of the fastest breakups in Hollywood. Why? Prenup. They already had a pre-arranged deal."

JLo and her husband seemed more in love than ever when they gave a red hot performance on the American Idol finale in May. But people.com reports there were signs of trouble.

People magazine's West Coast Editor Mike Fleeman told INSIDE EDITION, "In the weeks leading up to the split, they were arguing constantly."

Anthony was noticeably absent when Lopez met the royal newlyweds at an event last week. She wore a sexy cutout dress, but no wedding ring. Her mom was her date.

"It is sort of your typical showbiz relationship in that, they had a lot of distractions, a lot of strain, a lot of problems that would pull them apart," said Fleeman.