One woman stole the affections of Johnny Depp last night but dont take him off the singles market just yet.
Making his admirers jealous everywhere, the Pirates of the Caribbean actor was pictured kissing a female friend at an event on Wednesday evening. But dont worry, theres nothing romantic between them as the mystery blonde insists theyre just friends.
Letitia Frye is the lucky woman who got to pucker up to the Hollywood heartthrob and shared the amorous moment on Instagram.
The humanitarian captioned the image: I posted earlier about my annual prom pic with @alicecooper, glad I had the foresight to use this pose in my first pic with #johnnydepp years ago. Heres our semi-annual Christmas Pudding pic for 2018!
The pair were attending Alice Coopers annual Christmas Pudding concert in Phoenix, Arizona where Johnny, 55, generously donated two guitars bringing in $50,000 (£39,600) for the charity.
No wonder he got a kiss.
The pals later posed for a less kissy photo while backstage at the event, which Letitia used as an opportunity to downplay the inevitable rumours of a romance.
She said: See guys, just friends raising money for our good friend @alicecooper@alicecoopersolidrock to help teens. Johnnys two items brought in over $50,000. Its all about helping the kids get a foundation in the arts. Please check out this amazing organization!
Proving her wicked sense of humour, Letitia then joked about being a #mysteryblonde in the hashtags.
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Johnny is believed to have been single since splitting from his ex-wife Amber Heard in 2016 and finalising their divorce the following year.
The Edward Scissorhands actor has instead focused on his career, with recent roles in the Harry Potter spin-off Fantastic Beasts. However, its reported that he has been axed from Disneys beloved Pirates of the Caribbean franchise leaving his future with the studio uncertain.
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