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Tuesday 30 September 2014

Johnny Depp 'flirty with Heard'

Johnny Depp

Johnny Depp and Amber Heard were "flirty" while at a nightclub recently.

The two stars appeared alongside each other in the 2011 movie The Rum Diary. They are said to have got along well and are now thought to be dating, following Johnny's split from Vanessa Paradis.

The pair haven't confirmed they are an item but fuelled romance rumours when they were spotted together at Los Angeles' AV Nightclub on Monday.

"[They looked] flirty [and] sat close, conversing the whole time," an insider told New York Post.

The pair appeared "cosy" together and stayed at the hotspot for a few hours.

They seemingly wanted to keep their date under the radar, with staff ensuring no one else could get onto the patio where they were sitting.

Amber debuted a short, brunette hairstyle at the club.

Speculation about Johnny and Amber's relationship began before he confirmed his split from Vanessa. However, the Hollywood icon and his former French partner hadn't been seen together in public for over a year before the announcement, so it's thought they waited to reveal the demise of their romance for the sake of their two children.

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