Demi Moore is reportedly moving on from her estranged husband Ashton Kutcher and is now said to be dating "True Blood" star Joe Manganiello.
Moore, 49, recently attended the after-party for the premiere of Manganiello's new film "That's My Boy" at Los Angeles' Napa Valley Grille where the pair reportedly hit it off, according to Heat Magazine.
"They looked amazing together. Demi was getting a lot more attention than a lot of the younger girls in the room, and Joe was seen waiting for her before they went off and hung out together at the party. They had amazing chemistry," a source told Heat.
"Demi has finally got her groove back - and it's all thanks to meeting Joe. She's feeling confident again and, more importantly, sexy," the insider added.
Moore and Manganiello, 35, met when they both signed on to star in Steven Soderbergh's "Magic Mike," although the mother of three soon pulled out during her emotional breakdown in January.
Moore was hospitalized just weeks after announcing her split from Kutcher, following allegations that the 33-year-old had an affair with Texan party girl Sara Leal, 22.
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Despite reports that she inhaled nitrous oxide, also known as "whip-its," Moore's representative said that her client was rushed to hospital due to "exhaustion."
"Because of the stresses in her life right now, Demi has chosen to seek professional assistance to treat her exhaustion and improve her overall health," Moore's rep told TMZ.
"She looks forward to getting well and is grateful for the support of her family and friends," the rep added.
Moore lost a substantial amount of weight during her breakdown, which ignited fears that she was suffering from an eating disorder, but new photographs reveal that the actress appears to be have reached a much healthier weight.
"Back then Demi was basically living on Red Bull but now she's eating balanced meals that include protein, complex carbs and organic vegetables," the source said.
"She's also been swimming and doing yoga every day and has gained just over a stone," the source added.