Is Johnny Depp still with Vanessa Paradis or seeing Amber Heard?
By Bill Zwecker June 5, 2012 8:55PM
Among the more complicated celebrity relationships may be the one involving Johnny Depp and longtime love Vanessa Paradis. In the wake of reports the two had split after 14 years and two children, the couple put out the word they are not kaput.
Updated: July 7, 2012 8:48AM
Among the more complicated celebrity relationships may be the one involving Johnny Depp and longtime love Vanessa Paradis.
In the wake of reports the “Dark Shadows” star and the French singer had split after 14 years and two children, the couple put out the word they are not kaput, even though they have not been seen together in public for more than a year. There were indications that a fling between Depp and his “The Rum Diary” co-star
There were indications that a fling between Depp and his “The Rum Diary” co-starAmber Heard may have led Paradis to pull the plug, but that was denied by them, even as “Diary” insiders claim it was true.Making it all even more complicated: Heard recently admitted she is bisexual and is involved with artist and photographer
Tasya van Ree.
Yet, there also have been recent sightings of Heard and Depp — though the privacy-obsessed Depp has been able to avoid being photographed with Heard, at least so far.
† For his annual “Early Birds & Bookworms” breakfast at RL — supporting the Jane Addams Senior Caucus — Bunky Cushing brought in New York socialite, animal activist and author Cornelia Guest, who charmed the SRO group of Chicago’s Very Visibles on Tuesday while boosting her Simple Pleasures book about “cruelty free” vegan cooking and entertaining. When the lifelong vegetarian and animal lover listed a number of her pets over the years, a mention of “my donkey Madonna” brought a few chuckles. “Duly noted she didn’t call her an ass,” quipped one wag.
† Speaking of Tillman, the NFL pro hosts his “Celebrity Pro BOWLer Tournament” Thursday at the Kings Lanes Lounge & Sports — joined by a big bunch of supportive teammates raising funds for kids’ health issues.
Bill Zwecker reports on “Good Day Chicago” and “Fox Chicago News at 9” on WFLD-Channel 32.