Johnny Depp and Amber Heard are back together and this time its serious

Getty Images File PhotoRumor has it that Johnny Depp and Amber Heard are back on again.

Getty Images File PhotoRumor has it that Johnny Depp and Amber Heard are back on again.

Rumors are ramping up about Johnny Depp and Amber Heard, and this time he has reportedly told her that he loves her.

The pair met during the filming of “The Rum Diaries” and pulled a Brangelina — Depp was still involved with Vanessa Paradis at the time and Heard was with a woman named Tasya van Ree (that’s right, Johnny Depp can even turn a lesbian straight). They have tried to keep their romance on the down low, but lately have been seen out in public looking cuddly and canoodly at a Los Angeles club, according to the New York Post. “They looked very flirty and sat close, conversing the whole time,” one onlooker said.

 

Cougar Madonna cries wolf

Every time Madonna makes another appearance on her world tour, she does something shocking. But if she does something shocking onstage every time, is it shocking anymore?

Meh.

First she projected a swastika on some French dude’s face, then she strip-teased to reveal the name of a young girl shot by the Taliban scrawled across her back. This week, she flashed her crotch in what can only be described as a front-wedgie. Ouch. The only truly surprising thing that has happened on the “MDNA” tour happened in Dallas, when the chanteuse fell flat on her face during “Like A Prayer” after a fan yanked her down. Now that’s entertainment!

 

Chaos theory

LeAnn Rimes seems pretty high-maintenance. That’s why it’s no surprise that her marriage to Eddie Cibrian is reportedly undergoing some stress. A source told the Star  that Cibrian is “sick and tired of the chaos” that comes with being her husband.

Hmmm … he better just learn to deal with it, because her career is doing a heck of a lot better than his. Grin and bear it, Eddie. As for Rimes, anyone who admits to starting an affair with a man who is married, as she did with Cibrian, has to spend much of the new relationship worried that he will do the same thing again. To quote the sage Dr. Phil McGraw, “Past behavior is the best predictor of future behavior.”

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Quick Takes 

  • In the wake of continued bad ratings, “Today” host Matt Lauer is going to be fired soon, according to the National Enquirer.
  • Crooner Susan Boyle inadvertently invited her fans to an “Anal bum party” when she used the hashtag #susanalbumparty.
  • Jon Bon Jovi spoke publicly about his daughter’s heroin overdose, saying “We’ll get through it.”</li>
  • Yes, there will actually be a “Paranormal Activity 5.”

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