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Johnny Depp’s daughter Lily breaks silence in first interview since dad’s ‘wife beater’ trial


Lily-Rose Depp has spoken out following her dad Johnny Depp’s trial (Picture: Getty)

Johnny Depp’s daughter Lily-Rose insisted ‘nobody’s perfect’ in her first interview since her dad lost his ‘wife-beater’ court case.

The 21-year-old, whose mum is French singer Vanessa Paradis, also described fame as a ‘silly side effect’ of a career in acting.

The Voyagers star made her comments after the world learned how Depp would scrawl messages in blood with his severed finger during rows with ex-wife Amber Heard.

‘You can’t be perfect all the time. Nobody’s perfect. Period,’ said Lily-Rose. ‘I think that’s just the fact of life.

‘But I think a big part of keeping a good head on your shoulders is just having a lot of self-awareness and never feeling like you take yourself too seriously to put your actions back into question.’

Last month Depp, 57, was denied permission to appeal after losing his defamation trial in London’s High Court. Lily-Rose says it’s instilled in her to reflect on mistakes.

Lily-Rose said ‘nobody’s perfect’ (Picture: Getty)
Depp was denied permission to appeal after losing his defamation trial in London’s High Court (Picture: Dan Kitwood/Getty Images)

‘I think it’s always good to have a good self-reflection about the things you’ve done and always thinking about how you could be better,’ she added.

However, she distanced herself from the idea of starring with her dad again following their 2016 comedy Yoga Hosers. On the prospect of another father-daughter screen appearance, she said: ‘Never say never.’

But she added to Entertainment Tonight: ‘That’s really not something that I consider first and foremost. What’s interesting to me is the particular character that I may or may not be playing and then the story that it’s telling.

‘I think when the cast then starts to fill that story out, those are other things to consider. But yeah, I mean, I love to work with great actors.’

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Need a little a-cistern-ce there, Katy?

Katy Perry proves she is no loo-ser in the ‘fashun’ stakes as she shows off her yummy mummy style in a toilet cubicle.

Belted up in black leather and standing precariously on the loo seat in her heels, the Hot N Cold singer turned the toilets at American Idol into ‘my own runway’.

Katy captioned her lavatory larks on Instagram: ‘You know I love a fashun bathroom mome…’

The 36-year-old admitted on American Idol this week that some of her beauty regime has gone down the pan since becoming a mum.

She gave birth to Daisy Dove, her daughter with Orlando Bloom, six months ago.

KP quipped to contestant Cassandra Coleman: ‘As a new mother I don’t have very much time, so I’ve quit shaving my legs.

‘But when you sang, the hair on my legs grew an inch and a half. Full-body chills! It was amazing.’

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The 21-year-old Grammy winner is enjoying the last laugh after proving wrong any predictions that Old Town Road would be his only hit.

The rapper came out following his record-breaking 19 weeks at No.1 in 2019.

He tweeted: ‘Y’all told a 19 year old who had just escaped the lowest point of his life that he would never have a hit again. you told him to stop while he’s ahead. he could’ve gave up. but 4 multi platinum songs and 2 #1’s later, he’s still here. thank you to my team and my fans! ily.’

Nothing’s tutu much for tiny Tatum

Magic Mike hunk Channing Tatum has confessed he wears a tutu around the house in an effort to bond with his daughter.

The single dad also added painting nails and braiding hair to his skill set for when he looks after seven-year-old Everly, from his marriage to Jenna Dewan.

Channing, 40, who recently split from Jessie J, said: ‘I want dads not to be afraid to go into their daughters’ world and discover who they are.

‘I paint my face, I wear tutus — rarely am I around the house without some sort of costume on.’

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Disguised in shades, mask and cap, RiRi, 33, joined a Stop Asian Hate march in New York on Monday, where a fellow protester had no idea who she was until he asked to tag her on his Instagram.

Rihanna attends stop Asian hate march

Looking at her bio, the fella exclaimed: ‘That’s you?!’

That night RiRi, wearing a leather jacket and sheer trousers, hit the town for her mum Monica’s birthday.

Kim’s a billionaire in her own right

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Schitt that’s good! Schitt’s Creek star Catherine O’Hara, 67, scooped a Sag at the weekend, making her only the fourth person to sweep the top acting gong at all five major US TV awards.

The course of tattoo love… Nicola’s Brooklyn inking

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