Katie Holmes has a new boyfriend! he lucky man is musician Bobby Wooten III, and it seems like they’re still going strong after two months of dating. The pair were spotted attending a wedding together on June 25 and “looked very in love,” a source told Us Weekly

“Katie spent time with Bobby’s family, who really liked her,” the insider said. “Katie was very unassuming and kind to everyone … Whenever they would go without seeing each other, they would kiss and be very happy to be together again. Katie and Bobby were very affectionate with each other at all times.”

Bobby Teaches Music at NYU

He’s an adjunct professor at the prestigious Clive Davis Institute of Recorded Music at the university’s Tisch School of the Arts. His bio notes that he’s a “Grammy-nominated composer/producer/instrumentalist raised in Chicago, Illinois,” and that he “credits his family’s gospel Wooten Choral Ensemble as his main influence & inspiration.”

Bobby Has Worked With High Profile Talent

According to his NYU profile, “Bobby has performed and/or recorded with David ByrneJennifer LopezMac MillerJennifer Hudson and Rick Ross among others.” He also has composition and production credits with Machine Gun Kelly, the TV series Empire, ESPN, Nike, Google and Reebok.

Bobby Has Performed on Broadway

The talented musician was part of the bands for the Broadway productions of Moulin Rouge! and David Byrne’s American Utopia, where in the latter her served as a bassist, singer and dancer in the show. Bobby got to know music icon David while working on another project together in 2017, and the two bonded so well he was hired for American Utopia.

In an interview with Black Film and TV, Bobby revealed about the show, “We’re obviously all close as a band, and so that none of that’s acting. That’s real joy. When people are there, without even knowing it, you’re getting it in the most simple of ways. You just have not seen live music done that way before. There’s no smoke machine. There’s no spectacles to wow you like that. It’s merely, as David says at the start of the show, us and you.”

Bobby Has His Own Web Series

In his school bio, it described Bobby’s internet series, America, Learn Your History, as “inspired by the Black Lives Matter movement. In 2 minute episodes, he retells history as seen through the Black lens. Revisiting stories that have been misunderstood, misled, or lied upon in American education.”

Reps for Katie and Bobby did not immediately respond to Life and Style’s request for comment.



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