"I'm the performer?" Heard asked in her interview, when faced with accusations that she was "acting" during the trial.
Heard's interview with Savannah Guthrie—her first since her court battle with Johnny Depp—pulled in less-than-stellar numbers, it has been revealed.
If Depp has a "problem" with his ex-wife's post-trial TV appearance, he should do a Savannah Guthrie interview too, Heard's team said.
"One thing I'm not is vindictive," said Heard in her interview with Savannah Guthrie.
In a statement released ahead of Amber Heard's Savannah Guthrie interview airing in full, a rep said Johnny Depp is "looking to move forward with his life."
"The jury heard all of your defenses, all of your attempts to poke holes in the credibility of these people, and they rejected them," Kelly said of Heard.
"I loved him with all my heart," Heard told Savannah Guthrie of Depp. "And I tried the best I could to make a deeply broken relationship work. And I couldn't."
"I'm not a good victim. I get it," Heard told Savannah Guthrie. "I'm not a perfect victim. But when I testified, I asked the jury to just see me as human."
Legal experts weigh in on how Amber Heard's NBC interview could affect her decision to appeal the outcome of the Johnny Depp trial.
Heard referenced her ex-husband's role in 'Edward Scissorhands," the cult 1990 fantasy film.
"Every single day I passed... city blocks lined with people holding signs saying, 'Burn the witch,' 'Death to Amber,'" Heard told Savannah Guthrie.
Amber Heard is receiving more backlash online after the announcement that she has sat down for an upcoming interview with NBC's Savannah Guthrie.
"I actually understand," Heard told Savannah Guthrie of the jury ruling in Depp's favor. "He's a beloved character and people feel they know him."
Heard has given her first post-trial interview to "Today" co-host Guthrie, whose husband, Michael Feldman, was a consultant for Johnny Depp's legal team.
"Jeopardy!" has been hosted by Savannah Guthrie for the last two weeks, but the NBC anchor is getting ready to hand over to the next guest host.
During Monday's episode of the show, a clue and answer in the "Plain-named Maladies" category said that postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome is also known as Grinch syndrome.
The "Today" presenter will be the latest in a long line of celebrities taking on temporary hosting duties at the long-running quiz show.
Sylvia Shaw, an academic and author of "Women, Language and Politics," told Newsweek, "This is part of the febrile political polarization in the run-up to the U.S. election right now—with a sexist twist!"
Guthrie's performance during the NBC event drew praise and criticism—and gained her thousands of new social media followers.
Mary Trump's tweet suggested she agreed with the characterization of the president as a "crazy uncle."
"Questions, topics, tactics, all reeking of nothing but pure political bias," claimed the Fox News host.
The conversation between Trump and a group of Florida voters is set to be moderated by Today co-host Savannah Guthrie.
Feldman served as former Vice President Al Gore's traveling chief of staff during the 2000 presidential election cycle.
During the one-hour televised event in Miami, the Today show co-host will lead a conversation between the president and a group of Florida voters.
The filmmaker behind some of Hollywood's biggest comedies called on the broadcast journalist to hold Trump accountable for past statements.
Although this may be an impressive timeline to people, Fauci noted that it's in line with what he's been saying since the beginning of this year.
"This is a history going back to the 1830s minstrel shows to demean and denigrate a race. It wasn't right," Al Roker said.
The interview comes on the heels of Daniels's interview on "60 Minutes," where she alleged that she was threatened to keep quiet about President Donald Trump.