Rihanna’s new Savage X Fenty show to feature Johnny Depp

Johnny Depp

Actor Johnny Depp is all set to feature in Rihanna’s upcoming “Savage X Fenty Vol. 4” fashion show.

Depp will be the first male celebrity to appear in one of Rihanna’s shows as a featured “star,” according to Variety. His brief cameo is similar to other celebrity cameos, such as Cindy Crawford’s appearance in the Savage X Fenty showcase in 2021. As of now, Rihanna herself, “Black Panther: Wakanda Forever” actor Winston Duke, “Abbott Elementary” Emmy winner Sheryl Lee Ralph, Simu Liu from Marvel’s “Shang-Chi,” Taraji P. Henson from “Empire,” Irina Shayk from “Empire,” Marsai Martin from “Empire,” and performances by Burna Boy and Anitta are all confirmed celebrities for the “Vol. 4” show.

On November 9, “Savage X Fenty Vol. 4” will be available on Prime Video.

Depp is currently making headlines over an alleged romance with his attorney, Joelle Rich.

In 2018, Johnny was represented by Joelle Rich during his libel case against The Sun. People magazine has verified the news regarding their split.

A source told the publication back in September that the “Pirates of the Caribbean” actor and the London attorney were “dating, but it’s not serious.”

The two are no longer dating, according to the most recent reports.

Rich was a member of Depp’s legal team during his unsuccessful libel case against The Sun in November 2020.

He filed a lawsuit against the British publication for labelling him a “wife-beater,” but the court upheld the charges as “basically true,” and his ex-wife Amber Heard gave testimony to support them. His effort to overturn the judgement was rejected in March 2021.

In the defamation case against Heard, 36, that was heard in Fairfax County, Virginia, Rich was not one of his attorneys.

Rich has had previous encounters with well-known individuals from other countries while working in her field.

In the Duchess’ 2019 lawsuit against the Daily Mail over the publication of a private letter to her estranged father, the attorney, a partner at the firm Schillings, successfully defended Meghan Markle, according to Page Six. The Duchess won on behalf of her client in 2021.