"Man, I'm so far removed from her," Judd said. "I have, gosh, you know, I just wish her the best."
"I hope the movie does really well," he added of "Hustlers," which J.Lo not only starred in but produced.
When asked if he ever watches Lopez's films, Judd replied, "I mean, you know, not really. I mean, to be honest, uh, no."
Judd and Lopez met in late 2000 on the set of her music video "Love Don't Cost a Thing," where he appeared as a back-up dancer. The couple tied the knot in September 2001 after a month-long engagement, however, they split that following June. Their divorce was finalized in 2003.
Lopez, who was previously married to Ojani Noa before Judd, later was married to singer Marc Anthony from 2004 to 2014, with whom she shares two children. The "Second Act" star began dating former MLB star Alex Rodriguez in 2017 and became engaged last March.
Meanwhile, Judd married Kelly A. Wolfe in Laguna Beach, California in November 2009. They share a 5-year-old daughter, Vivienne.
While Judd is best known for his dance career, he has most recently been involved in children's scripted television.
"I do scripted TV," he said. "So I do a bunch of shows for Nickelodeon, Netflix, you know, 'Mr. Iglesias' is coming back for the second season. So I worked on that show. 'Coop & Cami Ask the World'...Those types of shows. Um, 'All That' -- back for the season 11, so I just finished that."
"I have to do is give it up to Kel Mitchell though," Judd said. "He's just got cast in 'Dancing with the Stars,' so he's competing this year."
When asked if he has any advice for Mitchell, Judd expressed, "You know, it's a tough -- I'm sure he's already experiencing how tough dance is."
"I just wished him the best and I'll just be pulling for him," he added. "I think he'll do well. I think you really do well. I think he's got the mindset and the soul to do it. I think he'll do really well."