They’re both shockingly bad at “acting” in this video, but it is the funniest thing I’ve seen in a looooong time, so there’s that. But it seems that Barnaby Joyce, the deputy prime minister of Australia, isn’t done with these two quite yet. Joyce made some statements after the video apology was released:
Australia’s deputy prime minister — who once threatened to euthanize dogs belonging to Johnny Depp and Amber Heard — has mocked the actors’ videotaped apology for failing to declare the Yorkshire terriers when entering the country last year.
Agriculture Minister Barnaby Joyce told Australian public broadcaster ABC that Depp “looked like he was auditioning for the Godfather” in the somber apology video, but said he did not “think he’ll get an Academy Award for his performance.”
He doubled down on his criticism in an interview with CNN affiliate Channel 7′s “Sunrise” program, advising the Academy Award-nominated actor to “do it again” with “a little gusto.” The apology video by the Hollywood couple was played to a Queensland court on Monday as Heard appeared over the incident.
Iggy Azalea kinda wants her cake and to eat it, too.
She’s telling all of us that we should NOT talk about her and her killin’-it-at-fiance-ing Nick Young, because she’s entitled to her privacy…but she’s sure regale us with how she wants to “cut his dick off.”
Iggy tweeted on Monday that “we are together and i would love to be given a little (a lot) of privacy on the matter.” And yeah, I get it, but she’s showcased her bare ring finger to show Nick who’s boss, and kinda generally letting us all in on her saga, so maybe, I dunno- stick to your own wishes?
She recently went on “Ellen” and a bunch of radio shows talking endlessly about the scandal, but now she’s gunning for privacy.
What do you think- should she get the privacy that she now seems to want? WEIGH IN BELOW!
The actress pleaded guilty in court for making a false statement on her immigration card about her dogs, and made some weird apology video to show how remorseful she was (with a cameo from Johnny, of COURSE). The Queensland judge gave her a one-month good behavior bond with no conviction recorded. If she breaks the bond she must pay $1,000, with a maximum penalty of 10 years in jail or fines of up to A$265,000.
The rapper told103.7 KVIL‘s Leigh Ann and Courtney Kerr:
“Ya, I guess I’m still engaged, I think so. I know [that] I haven’t called it off, I have to have a talk with him and see how the talk goes. We’re not unengaged yet.”
Uh, okay. Igz added:
“But he doesn’t deserve for me to be wearing his ring right now. We’re not not engaged, but you have to, like, do some work for me to [see me] put the ring back on.”
Hey, I kinda like how she’s going about this- while still asserting her strength, she’s kinda calling on Nick to be a better guy. You know, the kind of guy who doesn’t leak a video confessing that he cheated.