July 19th, 2011
12:26 PM ET
Now that Jennifer Lopez and Marc Anthony have announced they're ending their seven-year marriage, everyone's retracing the couple's recent moves to look for clues.
There are some who think the split was foreshadowed on Lopez's latest album "Love?," and not just because of that question mark.
People magazine notes that the record's "Starting Over" refers to the singer's love interest as a "dog" and a "player," with other lyrics that reference "dreams falling apart at the seams." Lopez didn't actually write that song, though, but she did co-write another one: "One Love."
On that track, Lopez croons about love "number four" - if you'll recall from "Showbiz Tonight's" Jennifer Lopez Relationship Primer, the 41-year-old mom of two has had high profile relationships with Diddy, Cris Judd and Ben Affleck.
But on "One Love," Lopez describes Mr. Four as someone who "sang to me, but I'm not sure...So worn out, but...made me want to try once more."
And then there are those who are trying to read between the eye-rolling in a video from this year's Grammy awards, when Lopez (employing a host of "I'm so annoyed right now" facial expressions) and Anthony intro'd the record of the year category.
Last but not least: There's the rumor that it was all the video model's fault.
William Levy, who according to GossipCop recently split from actress Elizabeth Gutierrez, starred in Lopez's "I'm Into You," but he says their relationship is nothing other than a professional one.
Levy says in a statement, "My thoughts are with Jennifer and Marc during this very hard time. My relationship with Jennifer has been strictly professional. These alleged rumors suggesting something more personal are 100% false and inaccurate. My best wishes go out to them and their family."
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