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Amber Heard (almost) bares all

 
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Johnny Depp’s got himself a handful. The actor’s fiancee Amber Heard told W magazine that she’s not as sweet as she looks. “Whenever my old friends meet someone I’m involved with romantically, they immediately warn them: ‘She may look refined, but when she’s angry, she can go trailer park really fast.’ ” The magazine’s cover features the 28-year-old wearing a black bra and underwear covered up by an unbuttoned green coat.

Stalker fears

Emma Watson’s graduation from Brown University Sunday was overshadowed by an unsettling sight. The actress had an undercover armed guard with her during graduation ceremonies. The 24-year-old British actress best known for her role as Hermione in the Harry Potter movies was photographed at the ceremony next to a woman with a holstered weapon and badge. The Daily Mail reports that Watson pays a security guard to be with her in public after a crazed fan tried to contact her on the set of Noah.

Rockin’ for a cause

Bon Jovi guitarist Richie Sambora isn’t staying idle just because he’s taken a leave from the band. The rocker is planning to debut a new song at a New Jersey forum on drug abuse. The event is aimed at raising awareness about abuse of heroin and prescription painkillers along the Jersey Shore, which has seen a surge in addictions and related fatalities (you can’t blame Snooki for this one).

Fun’s over

Wow, authorities didn’t take Wiz Khalifa’s cellphone away even after he was arrested in Texas. The performer was stopped at an inspection checkpoint at the El Paso airport Sunday because he had no ID, according to a statement from El Paso police. A TSA search turned up a canister with marijuana on his person. Wiz was charged with misdemeanor possession and tweeted a sad selfie from a holding cell before being released after posting $300 bail.

The North Dakota native is married to model Amber Rose.

Eye candy

Broadway meets Hollywood at this year’s Tony Awards, with appearances by too many big names to boldface. Think Bradley Cooper, Kevin Bacon, Clint Eastwood, Will Ferrell and Liev Schreiber. Hugh Jackman will host. Other presenters of the June 8 telecast from Radio City Music Hall are Gloria and Emilio Estefan.

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    Usually, when lead singers of rock bands shout to the crowd “Are you feeling good?!” they don’t mean it in a holistic or spiritual way. But that might change at the Soulshine Tour Featuring Michael Franti & Spearhead, which hits Sunset Cove Amphitheater in Boca Raton on Tuesday.

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Javier Mascherano of Argentina looks on during the National Anthem prior to the 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil Semi Final match between the Netherlands and Argentina at Arena de Sao Paulo on July 9, 2014 in Sao Paulo, Brazil.

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    Donny Osmond is on a hot streak. The child star turned teen heartthrob turned Vegas entertainer just came out with a rustic-chic interiors line with wife Debbie. The couple picked up ideas for Donny Osmond Home through their travels. Want music? There’s that too. His 60th album, “Soundtrack of My Life,” is set to drop in January. The real-life American Idol, 56, proves he’s Web savvy, too, launching an app that offers stories and previews of the songs. donnyosmond.com.

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