Amber Heard is making a big move on social media that is sure to draw some fire from her online critics, as the controversial “Aquaman” star just dropped a new personal message for fans and made it very clear what she’s most proud about these days. The actress, who is currently caught in a war of nasty Internet rumors about her status for the upcoming “Aquaman 2” DC movie, shared a video this week with fans about the celebration of being a woman.
34-year-old Amber Heard filmed a selfie video message in honor of L’Oréal Paris celebrating the 50th anniversary of their “I’m Worth It Campaign.”
“Happy 50th to L’Oréal’s iconic, Because I’m Worth It Campaign,” the star said while smiling proudly into her iPhone camera.
Heard added, “Nothing could mean more to me as an advocate, as an activist, an actor or woman than that tagline. I am proud to serve as a representation of that idea of that movement of that momentum, we need that, especially considering where we are.”
Amber Heard has longtime been a spokesperson for L’Oréal Paris and is regularly featured in their commercials and promos. Even though the public scrutiny of the cosmetics company standing by Heard’s side amid her ongoing war with Johnny Depp. Many critics have called on L’Oréal to drop Heard from their stable of celebrities, but the company has shown nothing but unwavering support for the actress.
“I am proud to stand with a brand that represents that through and through, happy birthday,” Heard added with a wide smile.
The love for L’Oréal was seconded by Amber Heard’s fellow spokesperson, and iconic actress, Andie MacDowell, who responded with “Right on.”
Although Heard’s post gained over 400,000 likes, there weren’t many other comments allowed as the star has limited the interactions from fans on her social media pages amid the drama with Johnny Depp and his loyal supporters.
As we previously reported, Heard was at the center of the drama around the next installment in the “Aquaman” franchise as it had been reported that she was let go from the movie for allegedly breaching a fitness clause in her contract. Although Warner Bros. nor Heard have addressed those rumors, other reports have since surfaced claiming she is still involved with the movie.