She’s doing just fine! Olivia Munn has landed a new gig hosting the Critics’ Choice Awards 2018 amid reports that her ex-boyfriend Aaron Rodgers has changed on with Danica Patrick.
The X-Men: Apocalypse actress, 37, will lead the star-studded eventuality on Thursday, Jan 11, at Barker Hanger in Santa Monica, California. “We are positively anxious to have Olivia hosting this year’s ceremony, and know that she will broach an interesting and quick dusk to everybody in the room, and the viewers at home,” Broadcast Film Critics Association boss Joey Berlin pronounced in a statement. “Beyond her skills as an actress, Olivia’s work as an romantic within the attention gives her a absolute voice, making her the ideal claimant to lead this night honoring the best and brightest in film and television.”
As formerly reported, Munn was one of 6 women to lay passionate bungle against executive Brett Ratner in Nov 2017. The following month, she penned a vehement letter for Entertainment Weekly about the “abuse of power” in Hollywood and voiced her fixed support for the “#MeToo” movement.
The news comes one day after the sports report blog Terez Owens reported that the Office Christmas Party star’s ex Rodgers, 34, was speckled on a date with Patrick, 35. “Danica and Aaron were all over any other, kissing and couldn’t seem to keep their hands off any other,” an watcher claimed to the site, observant that the NFL pro and the NASCAR motorist had cooking together after Christmas at his favorite restaurant, Chives, in Green Bay, Wisconsin. “This is on the extreme down low, as they both wish to keep this still for now. It’s early but they are really attack it off.”
A source also claimed to Us Weekly that the two athletes are dating.
As formerly reported, Rodgers and Munn separate in Apr 2017 after 3 years together. According to an insider, the twin finished their intrigue due to tragedy the indication had with the quarterback’s family. Meanwhile, Patrick and associate race automobile motorist Ricky Stenhouse Jr. called it quits on their five-year attribute in Dec 2017.
The 23rd Annual Critics Choice Awards will air on the CW Thursday, Jan 11, at 8 p.m. ET.
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