Jennifer Lopez is gearing up for another battle with an ex-husband. In addition to her legal fight over first husband Ojani Noa's planned tell-all book, Lopez will be battling it out on the small screen with second husband Cris Judd, as they are both launching dance-based reality shows in January. The On the Six singer is executive producing a reality show for MTV called DanceLife, which follows six dancers aspiring to make it in Hollywood. Judd will host Dirty Dancing on the Women's Entertainment channel, where eighteen women compete to win a dance contract and professional representation. "I would never wish for something to be a failure," Judd said of his competition. "Hopefully both shows will be successful and they can both coincide and we'll have a great time."