What goes on in Vegas most certainly will NOT stay in Vegas here!
Watch it go down (below)!!!
Johnny Depp is no stranger to getting tattoos, but there's at least one on his body that is unacceptable — and he went and made a change to it that tells a BIG story!
Last year, on his right knuckles, the actor inked the letters "SLIM" — Amber Heard's nickname — as a nod to his then-love (inset, above).
But after everything's gone to hell the last few months, it seems like everything has changed!
To say Johnny Depp's life has been circled by drama these days is definitely an understatement.
In fact, Johnny maintained a rather somber expression as he attended a dinner celebrating his late mother Betty Sue Palmer with his two children, Lily-Rose and Jack, his sisters, and others at the West Hollywood, CA eatery Ago. Obviously, Johnny's former flame wasn't in attendance as Betty Sue reportedly despised the Magic Mike XXL actress.
As you may recall, the 53-year-old is currently in the middle of intense legal proceedings with his estranged wife as she's accused him of physically abusing her throughout their marriage. Not to mention, Depp has also been
On Sunday, Johnny Depp stopped by the Jonesy's Jukebox radio talk show for his first interview since his divorce drama with Amber Heard made headlines. However, the actor turned rocker only spoke about the music industry as he was interviewed alongside his Hollywood Vampires bandmates Matt Sorum, Robert DeLeo, and Bruce Witkin.
During his sit down, Depp elaborated on how he started acting after first trying his hand at music. He explained:
"I've [been a musician] since I was little – since I was 12 I've played. I started playing clubs when I was like 13 in Miami."
Huh, the more you know. On his "accidental" acting career, Johnny added:
On Saturday, the scandalized star attended a show at The Comedy Store — and even took the stage!
According to E! News, the Pirates of the Caribbean star and comedian pal Doug Stanhope — who famously stood up for the actor amid Amber Heard's disturbing claims — were watching comics perform, when suddenly the 53-year-old became part of the show.
During his set, comedian Mat Edgar mentioned that the famous father was a part of the audience, and that's when the A-lister hopped up onstage for some banter that even caught the performer off-guard!
Apparently, Johnny joked that the time for Mat's set was up before swapping banter with the funnyman that the audience greeted with applause. At one point, Mr. Stanhope also took the stage during Mat's bit, too.
Get a glimpse of the impromptu exchanges (below)!
If you don't remember, the Stranger Things actress and the 53-year-old dated for four years, three of which they spent engaged before they split in 1993.
In a new interview with TIME, Winona recounted her relationship with the actor, sharing that the abuse claims made against her ex are "unimaginable."
We're gonna be seasick.
Johnny Depp is currently wrapped up in the most tumultuous divorce of the year, and once again, his prominent industry peers don't seem to care very much about Amber Heard's disturbing domestic abuse claims.
Disney CEO Bob Iger became the latest Hollywood power player to speak out about the Pirates of the Caribbean actor's personal problems on Wednesday… but he seems almost too lackadaisical about the whole ordeal.
The 65-year-old businessman sat down with The Hollywood Reporter this week to discuss the grand opening of Shanghai Disneyland Park, but when the topic of Jack Sparrow's role in the Pirates ride came up, Bob didn't seem at all bothered by the drama.
In fact, while Bob doesn't necessarily think the public is going to forget about Amber's accusations anytime soon… he's not that worried about their effect on the Pirates brand:
The 53-year-old has been hiding out on his private island in the Bahamas (not too shabby, if you ask us) since wrapping the European leg of his tour with The Hollywood Vampires.
Depp supposedly avoided going back to El Lay after the hearing for Heard's temporary restraining order was extended to August.
A source tells People:
"Johnny was very nervous about the court date. He really didn't want to return to L.A. for court. He was very relieved that his lawyer was able to figure things out for now."
And for now, the Black Mass star doesn't have plans to return to the States until his tour picks back up in July:
"He has no plans to return to L.A. He misses nothing about L.A. but his kids, and they are visiting him in the Bahamas."
The insider adds: