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And also like the actress, Musk is in the middle of a divorce.
For a person who's internationally famous and whose very name is more or less a buzz word for tech money, Musk has managed to remain a face primarily of business rather than personal drama—though his relationship history is actually quite fascinating.
2016, you weren't alone — it's hardly the first time the Dallas beauty has stolen hearts. Even before Jo Jo risked it all with Ben Higgins and was left heartbroken in the Season 12 finale, there was another man in her life.
As she mentioned on the show, she went through a breakup three months before starting filming with a guy by the name of Chad Rookstool.
Only now, at 45, does the father of five at least seem to be trying the proverbial smoking jacket on for size. An insider confirms that Heard and Musk were indeed hanging out together at the Delano South Beach hotel in Miami Beach a couple weeks ago.
Heard then headed to London last week to film , Musk, Heard, Cara Delevingne and Jared Leto were all spotted leaving at the same time.
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In April 2008, it was announced that Miller would host So You Think You Can Dance Canada, which began broadcasting across Canada in September of that year.
Missing her family, she moved back to Toronto after a few years.
She has hosted the Much Music Video Awards (MMVAS) and various Live at Much specials.
Leah Miller (born July 20, 1981) is a former Much Music VJ from Toronto, and a former host of the now defunct show So You Think You Can Dance Canada.
She was also a correspondent for the entertainment news show etalk, and E! and Don Bosco Catholic Secondary School in Toronto, Ontario, Miller moved to Los Angeles to gain acting experience and worked on Ashton Kutcher's celebrity prank show Punk'd and in Chris Rock's movie Down to Earth.