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‘Dirty Dancing’ star Jennifer Gray says Johnny Depp was ‘too beautiful’ and ‘inhuman’ when they got engaged in the late ’80s

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Jennifer Gray and Johnny Depp in 1989.Jim Smeal/Ron Galella Collection via Getty Images; Ke.Mazur / WireImage

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  • Jennifer Gray told Drew Barrymore that Johnny Depp in 1989 was “too beautiful” and was “inhuman.”

  • She was engaged to Depp for nine months in the late 1980s.

  • She said it felt like God got her into “Johnny Depp’s soup.”

‘Dirty Dancing’ star Jennifer Gray reflected on her nine-month life Sharing with Johnny Depp On Thursday’s episode of “The Drew Barrymore Show.”

“You have to understand, Johnny Depp, 1989, Johnny Depp is so beautiful, you’ve never seen prettier… He’s almost inhuman,” Gray told host Drew Barrymore.

Gray also told Barrymore that she was engaged to Depp and Matthew Broderick at various times during the same month in 1988.

“Ferris Bueller’s Day Off” star Broderick first dated. The two were engaged, but A 1987 car accident in Ireland killed two people And they nearly killed him was too much for their relationship and they broke up in 1988. In her memoir “Out of the Corner,” Gray explained that she met Depp through her agent and they were romantically involved for about two weeks.

Gray told Barrymore of the fact that she was engaged to two men in the same month: “It was really a sign of trouble afoot on my part.” I thought God would save me From one bad case And he gently entered me into Johnny Depp’s soup.”

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

She wrote, “On August 12, I wrote in my magazine, ‘I’m in love, totally confident for the first time in my life… He’s kind, funny, smart, moral, thoughtful, and respectful.'”

Johnny Depp and Jennifer Gray.

Johnny Depp and Jennifer Gray.Photo by Vinnie Zovant/Getty Images

I also participated in that Monday He had a dog named Lulu. Written in an excerpt from the book that was originally published by The Independent.

But according to Gray, the relationship was short-lived in part because of Depp’s behaviour.

“He started missing his trips home to Los Angeles after he slept so long, or when he got home he was jealous and crazy about what I was doing while he was gone,” she said in the book. She admitted breaking off the engagement via a letter she left in his hotel room the day after he left for a meeting one morning and failed to return or attempt to contact her.

“Out of the Corner” is now available.

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