• Jennifer Gray told Drew Barrymore in 1989 that Johnny Depp was “very beautiful” and “inhuman.”
  • She was in Depp for nine months in the late 80’s.
  • She said she felt like God had dropped her into “Johnny Depp’s souffle.”

“Dirty Dancing” star Jennifer Gray looks back on her nine-month engagement with Johnny Depp in an episode of The Drew Barrymore Show on Thursday.

“Must understand, Johnny Depp, 1989 Johnny Depp, so beautiful, I’ve never seen anything so beautiful … it’s almost inhumane,” Gray told host Drew Barrymore. rice field.

Gray also told Ballymore that he was engaged to Depp and Matthew Broderick at different times of the same month in 1988.

The star of “Ferris Bueller’s Day Suddenly One Morning” first dated Broderick. The two were engaged, but a car accident occurred in Ireland in 1987, killing them and almost dying, so they couldn’t handle the relationship and broke up in 1988. Gray explained that he met in her memoir “Out of the Corner”. She depped through her agent and they engaged in their romance for about two weeks.

“It was really a sign that there was a problem on my part,” Gray told Ballymore about the fact that she was engaged to two men in the same month. “I just thought that God rescued me from a bad situation and lovingly threw me into Johnny Depp’s souffle.”

In an excerpt from her book that the insider saw, Gray shared an entry from a journal she had kept shortly after meeting Depp.

“On August 12, I wrote in my diary,” I’m in love. I’m sure it’s the first time in my life. He’s kind, funny, wise, moral, thoughtful, and respectful. I will do it. “

Johnny Depp and Jennifer Gray.

Johnny Depp and Jennifer Gray.

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She also shared that the two had a dog named Lulu. “She was our practice baby and she was the one who would go out with me when Johnny was away from town,” she wrote in an excerpt from the first book published by Independent. ..

However, according to Gray, this relationship was short-lived, partly because of Depp’s actions.

“He overslept and began to miss the return flight to LA, or when he got home, he was engrossed in jealousy and delusions about what I was doing while he was leaving. I embraced it, “she said in the book. She admitted that one morning she interrupted her engagement through a note she left in a hotel room the day after he went to a meeting, and couldn’t come back or contact her. ..

“Out of the Corner” is now available.

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