The truth about Anna Camp's new boyfriend, Michael Johnson

It looks like love is in the air for the ladies of Pitch Perfect! On March 15, 2020, People reported that actress Brittany Snow married realtor Tyler Stanaland in an intimate ceremony. Now, actress Anna Camp has gone Instagram official with her new beau, Michael Johnson. "In the middle of nowhere with no one I'd rather be with," the star captioned an Instagram photo of the pair in Joshua Tree, Calif. on March 23, 2020 . Us Weekly reported that, based on Camp's social media activity, the couple had been in the desert for two days before she revealed the new man in her life for the first time.

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Fans of the actress will know that Johnson is the first person she's dated (at least, publicly) since her divorce from fellow Pitch Perfect star Skylar Astin. While Camp and Astin officially divorced in August 2019, the couple announced their split in April 2019. "We can confirm that we have decided to separate, and this decision was made mutually and amicably," the former spouses told E! News in a joint statement. "We kindly ask for privacy as we navigate this transition." Although few details about the breakup are known, Camp and Astin cited "irreconcilable differences" for the dissolution of their marriage.

Now, nearly one year later, Camp appears to be as happy as ever. But who's her new boyfriend?

Anna Camp's new man marches to the beat of his own drum

Anna Camp's new love, Michael Johnson, has spent his fair share of time in the spotlight. As the former drummer of SoCal punk band New Beat Fund, Johnson can't imagine existing outside the music world. "For me, growing up listening to music was just one of the most influential things in my life, so I kinda just wanted to do that. Once I started playing music I've never really done anything else," Johnson told The Orion in 2016.

Johnson, who once dated Camp's co-star Brittany Snow, launched his music career in 1999 with the boy band Natural. After Natural split, Johnson went on to join the New Beat Fund, trading his pop history for the punk vibe. "When people meet us, they say, 'You guys are weird, but it's fun!'" Johnson said, via the New Beat Fund's bio (via 7S MGMT). "We want people to be cool with being weird, and thinking about things differently... that's the whole vibe of our band. Just being weird and free." 

While, these days, Johnson might be a free agent in the musical sense, personally, Johnson seems more than happy to be taken.