Adamari López and Luis Fonsi is a breakup a lot of fans have not been able to get over as they were both seemingly perfect for each other. The reality is that they have both moved on, but every time they each talk about each other it creates speculation around them. Fonsi recently included his "Échame La Culpa" hit duet in a karaoke service that allows users to join him in singing the song. López took in on the fun and recorded short clips in place of Demi Lovato's part and the finished product was a fun interaction between both.

Fans couldn't help but notice that the words of the song play well with their love story that ended with a split. In the clip Fonsi sings the following words: "I have a story I need to confess, I understand what happened and eventhough it hurts I need to accept that you're not the bad person, I am the bad person." López then sings: "You never really knew me, the magic of our love is gone." Is this a hint that Fonsi is the one to blame for the ending of their relationship? Watch the video down below and tell us what you think!

Adamari López has shown her support for Fonsi over time. She recently was upset when "Despacito" was not nominated for an MTV VMA award. "Fonsi ask your people who didn't send that video [for consideration] because it's surprising that it's not nominated," López said. "If it was nominated he would've won." Although it was a little bit awkward it shows that Adamari is so over her ex.

Back in April, fellow co-host Rashel Díaz was promoting an interview she did with Luis Fonsi where he talked about his divorce. As Díaz was hyping up her primetime special, López was completely stoic, in contrast to Ana María Canseco who had a smile on her face. Adamari showed no expression and was listening attentive to what her co-host was saying.

When Rashel sent to the clip, she asked the "Despacito" hitmaker what has been one of the most difficult times in his life. "On a personal level I would say my divorce," he answered. "My divorce I think was the most difficult, where I learned the most, what fortified me... but I can't lie to you, it was without a doubt a difficult time." Rashel then asks what was the most difficult time professionally to which he responded: "I think it was that as well."

On the way back to the Telemundo morning show cast, Adamari continued to remain expression-less, while Rashel plugged her show. Daniel Sarcos chimed in as there seemed to be tension on the table. He started laughing saying that it was "a moment" after seeing Fonsi's declarations. López laughed it off and completely changed her expression to move on from the subject, finishing it off by promoting the television special.