Johnny Depp Says He Would Play Trump on 'SNL'

Johnny Depp Says He Would Play Trump on 'SNL'

Johnny Depp Says He Would Play Trump on 'SNL'

Actor Johnny Depp, pictured on May 18, 2017 in Hollywood, has offered to play President Trump on "SNL". "Because, God knows he's been one of the most private and stand-up people I've ever met".

Speaking with Ellen DeGeneres on her chat show this Thursday, the Pirates of the Caribbean actor answered some personal questions. Also in pursuit of this holy grail is Carina Smyth (Kaya Scodelario), an astronomer who hopes it can help with her understanding of the relationship between the ocean and the moon. "You're no good at this game". "So I was extremely relieved that Brenton is only a year older than me". The daytime TV host follows up by inquiring if Depp likes his "a**", to which he replies, "I accept it". While Depp may not have been too honest with his responses, he was right on point with entertainment. "You meet all these kids who are dealing with very adult illnesses, and you see this incredible courage on their faces, and it's the parents that are falling apart".

Maria Sharapova opts against Wimbledon wildcard request to enter qualifying
She will then enter the qualifying stages at Wimbledon at Roehampton which will take place between June 26th and June 29th. Sharapova is one of the most marketable stars in tennis and was estimated to be worth up to $195 million back in 2016.

A source told People magazine, "He is taking work seriously and seems healthy".

Realizing he'd be taping an interview with Ellen to promote his new "Pirates of the Caribbean" movie earlier this week, Johnny made a decision to paint her a fresh elephant in his hotel room the night before.

NHS cyber attack: A&Es 'fully open' again
Microsoft has blamed the USA government for creating the software code that was used by hackers to launch the cyber-attacks. Another reader said they received a call from someone saying there was a major problem with their Windows.

Despite the turmoil away from the cameras, Johnny has not let the controversies interfere with his work, and he has been keeping busy promoting his new movie Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales.

South Korean leader Moon discuss North Korea with China's Xi: Blue House
Chinese President Xi Jinping and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe both congratulated Moon on Wednesday. It said Moon told Abe that it was emotionally hard for South Koreans to accept the agreement.

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