Johnny Depp has admittedly always been a bit on the strange side, but he’s also never been one to hide anything about himself either. Lately, he has been traveling around with Mortdecai co-stars Gwyneth Paltrow and Paul Bettany so they can promote the film. On Thursday, they stopped by the The Ellen DeGeneres Show and admitted something quite private.
Johnny Depp, Gwyneth Paltrow, and Paul Bettany — along with Ellen — all admitted to being members of the Mile-High Club, per AOL. No, that doesn’t mean they’ve gone to Denver.
On the show, the trio sat on the couch and played a game of “Never Have I Ever” with the daytime talk show host. The stars all had paddles reading “I have” or “I have not” while being asked a series of rather interesting questions.
DeGeneres asked if they had joined the Mile-High Club, and Depp admitted he had before Paltrow became red-faced and admitted it too. Then Bettany spun his paddle around to “I have,” and DeGeneres threw up her “I have” paddle to make it a clean sweep.
Johnny Depp and Gwyneth Paltrow spoke with DeGeneres earlier in the show about working together on Mortdecai.
Paltrow said that Depp was “sort of perfect,” but that he his late nights on the set kind of got to her. She said that he’s simply “too cool to follow a regular 24-hour schedule like we do.” Depp knows he’s a bit different than others.
“I mean, my ‘on time’ is just slightly late, that’s all.”
According to Mercury News, there were a few other questions to the “Never Have I Ever” game, there were some mixed reveals from the Mortdecai stars.
- Lied to get a job – Depp, Bettany, DeGeneres have; Paltrow has not
- Used celeb status to get out of a speeding ticket — Paltrow and Bettany have; Depp and DeGeneres have not
- Sexted — Paltrow has; The other three have not
Depp also admitted to never regretting getting a tattoo before. That includes the “Winona Forever” tattoo he had for when he was dating Winona Ryder, his co-star on Edward Scissorhands. Since then, the tattoo has been changed to “Wino Forever.”
Johnny Depp and Gwyneth Paltrow are two of the biggest celebrities in the world, but they do have their normal people intricacies about them. That happens to include being proud members of the Mile-High Club.
[Image via Ellen Show]