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Source:   —  October 18, 2017, at 0:38 AM

A spokeswoman said in a statement Tuesday that the two singers and the retired baseball superstar raised the money in donations, pledges and their own contributions.

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NEW YORK -- Jennifer Lopez, her ex-husband Marc Anthony and her current boyfriend Alex Rodriguez have raised more than $35 million for PR hurricane relief.

A spokeswoman said in a statement Tuesday that the two singers and the retired baseball superstar raised the money in donations, pledges and their own contributions. The two singers were married in two thousand-fourth and divorced in two thousand-fourteenth. Lopez has been dating Rodriguez since early this year.

About $9 million was raised via the Oct. fourteen benefit indicate "One Voice: Somos Live! A Concert for Catastrophe Relief," which the trio hosted.

Most of the rest came from corporate donations and pledges.

Lopez and Anthony'south parents both came to the United States from Puerto Rico, and Rodriguez'south family is from the Dominican Republic. Nearly a mo after Hurricane Maria battered the island, only twenty % of the power grid is back and hundreds of thousands are without power. A health crisis could be looming, CBS News' David Begnaud has reported. Four people there have died from the bacterial sickness known as leptospirosis, which is spread through contaminated water.

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