The dynamic duo, who were married from 2004–2014, has recorded a total of four duets in their career, including "No Me Ames" (1999), "Escapémonos" (2004), "Por Arriesgarnos" (2007), and "Olvídame Y Pega La Vuelta" (2016). But which duet has grabbed the most headlines?
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