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Johnny Depp 're-signs seven-figure deal' with Dior Sauvage amid Amber Heard legal woes
Johnny Depp, 59, has signed a seven-figure sum and has already started shooting promotional photos for Dior Sauvage' new campaign, according to a new report.This comes after Johnny won the very public defamation case against his ex-wife Amber Heard, 36, with new evidence still coming to light.Dior has stood by the Hollywood actor throughout the two highly publicised trials and since allegations of domestic abuse were made against him, which he vehemently denied.Johnny lost many of his Hollywood roles, including his role as Jack Sparrow in Pirates of the Caribbean.He also lost his role as Grindelwald in the Fantastic Beasts franchise.According to TMZ, Johnny signed the new deal after fashion photographer Greg Williams attended one of Johnny and Jeff Beck's gigs in Paris.They claimed that prior to the concert and again they group met to film the advert for the new Dior has contacted Johnny Depp's representatives for comment.According to the Wall Street Journal, Dior has kept the Hollywood actor on due to the increase in sales from the cologne, through the brand and its competitor, Ulta.This comes as Johnny is still embroiled in the aftermath of his court case against his ex-wife.He was awarded $10.35 million in damages after a defamation suit against his ex-wife.But the former Aquaman actress has appealed for the award to be overturned, two months after she was ordered to pay.She was denied her request, after her team argued that one of the jurors was not intended to serve but had taken the place of his father.Since this, Johnny has made a further appeal against the $2 million (£1.7 million) he owes his ex-wife in compensatory damages.The A-lister has made money in recent years by selling his own
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Marilyn Manson used racial slur against The Smashing Pumpkins’ James Iha in text message to Johnny Depp
Marilyn Manson used a racial slur against The Smashing Pumpkins’ James Iha during a text message conversation with Johnny Depp.The conversation happened in 2016 after Lindsay Usich (Manson’s current wife) allegedly “filed a police report” against Manson.The text accuses Usich of “pulling an Amber (Heard)” by getting the police involved but, according to Manson, it was only because her brother-in-law James Iha and her “poor, fat Mom want to steal my money”. It’s here Manson uses a racial slur targeted at people of East Asian descent.According to the texts, Depp then offers Manson a place to “hide out”, if he needs it.More text messages between Marilyn Manson and Johnny Depp— kamilla (@k4mil1aa) July 31, 2022Thousands of pages of documents filed in Johnny Depp and Amber Heard’s defamation case were unsealed at the end of last month, with Depp supporters paying over $3,300 (£2700) to access the files.At the start of June, the jury in the Johnny Depp and Amber Heard trial gave their verdict, ruling in favour of Depp.The verdict was returned after almost 13 hours of deliberation across three days at the district court in Fairfax, Virginia.Depp has been awarded $10million (£8million) in compensatory damages and $5million in punitive damages.
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Britney Spears worries fans as she shares cryptic 'crying' post after slew of nude snaps
Britney Spears has left her loyal fanbase worried after she shared a cryptic Johnny Depp quote about "crying" and always "being strong".Taking to Instagram on Friday (August 5), the Toxic singer uploaded a picture graphic of a quote without a caption - which is rare for the star.Usually captioning her posts with an array of words with lots of exclamation marks and emojis, this time Britney opted for a blank slate.READ NEXT: Britney Spears goes topless on boat for latest racy display as fans worry for singerThe quote she shared was apparently said once by Pirates of the Caribbean actor Johnny Depp.It read: "People cry, not because they're weak."It's because they've been strong for too long."Racking up more than 60,000 likes in one hour, Britney's fans were quick to flock to the comments section to speculate over the singer and her reasoning for posting the quote by the famous actor.Worried for the singer one fan penned: "Something is not right."A second went on to say: "So true, sending lots of love to you!"While a third said: "Love, you are strong and inspiring!"But others were more concerned that Britney seemed to be throwing her support behind Johnny Depp, with one writing: "You had me until Johnny Depp."Another then said: "BRITNEY DELETE THIS," while a third urged: "Delete this I'm begging you."For more of the latest showbiz news from Daily Star, make sure you sign up to one of our newsletters here. This comes after Britney left her fans concerned once again after posting a "chaotic" video montage of her topless on a boat.Dancing around with only a hat to cover up her naked breasts in one snapshot, the singer looked full of joy as she ran around the yacht.Another snippet saw her completely topless as she kneeled on
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Johnny Depp and Jeff Beck reviewing claims they stole lyrics from a poem
Johnny Depp and Jeff Beck have said the duo will review allegations they stole lyrics from a poem on their collaborative album ’18’.The poem Hobo featured in a 1974 book about toasts, Get Your Ass In The Water And Swim Like Me, by Bruce Jackson, reports Rolling Stone.It revolves around a man named Slim Wilson who also vocalised the poem and featured the following lyrics: “Ladies of culture and beauty so refined, is there one among you that would grant me wine?/ I’m raggedy I know, but I have no stink/ And God bless the lady that’ll buy me a drink/ Heavy-hipted Hattie turned to Nadine with a laugh/ And said, ‘What that funky motherfucker really need, child, is a bath.”Depp and Beck’s collaboration ‘Sad Motherfuckin’ Parade’ has allegedly pulled a number of lines from the poem including: “I’m raggedy, I know, but I have no stink,” “God bless the lady that’ll buy me a drink,” and “What that funky motherfucker really needs, child, is a bath.”Jackson claims that he hasn’t been credited by Depp or Beck.Now, a spokesperson for Depp and Beck said: “We are reviewing the inquiry relating to the song Sad Motherfuckin’ Parade on the 18 album by Jeff Beck and Johnny Depp. If appropriate, additional copyright credits will be added to all forms of the album.”Jackson told Rolling Stone: “The only two lines I could find in the whole piece that [Depp and Beck] contributed are ‘Big time motherfucker’ and ‘Bust it down to my level’.
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Johnny Depp taught Christina Ricci what being gay was after witnessing homophobia when she was nine
Johnny Depp who explained to her what homosexuality was when they starred in a movie together. The actress, now 42, was starring alongside Johnny, 59, and his then-girlfriend Winona Ryder, 50, in Mermaids in 1990 when she was just nine when an on-set conflict sparked her curiosity. Christina revealed to Sirius XM’s Andy Cohen: ‘There was something going on on set and someone was not being nice to someone else. And they were like, “Oh, well, he might be homophobic.”‘And then I was like, “Well, I don’t understand what that is.: And I was in Winona’s trailer and she was like, “I don’t know how [to explain].”‘So she put me on the phone with Johnny, and Johnny explained it to me!’Christina revealed that Johnny gave her a matter of fact explanation, adding: ‘He was like, “It’s when a man wants to have sex with a man and when a woman wants to have sex with a woman.” And I was like, “Ah, okay!”’Andy joked that Christina should have asked her onscreen mother Cher, who is a gay icon, to explain what homosexuality was, to which she replied: ‘I know, we should’ve run right over [to her trailer]!’The pair worked together again almost a decade later in Sleepy Hollow where Christina was paired with Johnny for her first ever sex scene, which she found even stranger as she thought of him as a ‘brother’.She explained: ‘Okay.
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Rebekah Vardy compares Wagatha Christie 'sexism' to Johnny Depp libel trial
Rebekah Vardy has compared the Wagatha Christie case against the way Johnny Depp’s trial against Amber Heard was received.The star, who is the wife of footballer Jamie Vardy, claims that she experienced sexism throughout the trial and noted that there were some similarities between the libel case held against Amber Heard.A judge found that Coleen Rooney did not libel Vardy by accusing her of leaking “false stories” to the press. READ MORE: Seven bombshells from Rebekah Vardy's Wagatha chat – coffee with Coleen to 'chipolata'In an attempt to figure out who was leaking personal information about her to the media, back in 2019 Coleen Rooney shared stories on her private Instagram account and change the settings so that only Rebekah Vardy’s account could see them.The information was then found to have been leaked to the press and Coleen went public with the findings.Rebekah claimed that the public statement, that left fans jokingly referring to Coleen as “Wagatha Christie,” had tarnished her name and reputation.During the aftermath of the trial, Vardy has said that she felt “extremely disappointed” with the result and continued to deny the claims against her.Rebekah spoke to TalkTV’s Kate McCann for her first interview post trial and opened up about the ordeal.The TalkTV presenter claimed that Rebekah Vardy’s outfits “were really scrutinised throughout this court case”.The host then asked: “Do you think there was an element of sexism in the coverage of this case?”The WAG replied: “Totally. The whole thing was presented in such a misogynistic way.
John Christopher Depp II (born June 9, 1963) is an American actor, singer, producer, and musician. He has been nominated for ten Golden Globe Awards, winning one for Best Actor for his performance of the title role in Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street (2008), and has been nominated for three Academy Awards for Best Actor, among other accolades. He is regarded as one of the world's biggest film stars. Depp made his film debut in the 1984 film A Nightmare on Elm Street, before rising to prominence as a teen idol on the television series 21 Jump Street (1987–1990). He had a supporting role in Oliver Stone's 1986 war film Platoon and played the title character in the 1990 romantic fantasy Edward Scissorhands.