The two were spotted on a dinner date Thursday night in Los Angeles, as seen in photos obtained by E! Billboard also put her on its list of 50 Most Powerful Executives in music for two consecutive years, 20.
Campbell didn't exactly deny that she had issues with Rihanna when Andy Cohen and Ru Paul asked her about the singer on a recent "Everything's fine ...
of course, it's fine," replied Campbell, winking as the audience laughed.
Three months after Jennifer Garner and Ben Affleck filed for divorce, he has finally moved on!
Rumors are swirling that Affleck, 44, is dating “Saturday Night Live” producer Lindsay Shookus, 37. News that Affleck and Shookus also spent time together in London, where they took in a performance of Sam Mendes’ play “The Ferryman," adding, "It's more than a summer fling. It's early and they are taking it slow.” Another insider told Us Weekly, "They were together on the set of 'Justice League' in London where Ben was filming reshoots.” Aside from working on "SNL,” Shookus was also a producer on Adele’s NBC special “Adele Live in New York City” and an associate producer on “30 Rock.” Shookus won an Emmy for her work on “The Saturday Night Live 40th Anniversary Special” in 2015.
Heard is only 31, but she has had quite a career and continues to take on bigger roles.
In 2017, she'll appear as Mera, the queen of Atlantis, in "Justice League," and she'll probably have a more substantial role in 2018's "Aquaman." She's also an advocate for women, especially those who are victims of domestic violence.
In 2016, Heard read a letter written by the victim in the recent Stanford rape case alongside Freida Pinto and Gabourey Sidibe at the Glamour Women of the Year awards.
She has also spoken openly about domestic violence.
The two have kept their split amicable since announcing their separation in 2015.