WATCH: Johnny Depp showered with gifts by fans as he leaves court

 - Celebrities - May 9 SHARE ON:
Johnny Depp showered with gifts by fans as he leaves court

A video uploaded by @jessvaloritz on Instagram showed Johnny Depp fans showering the actor with all sorts of gifts as he left court in a black vehicle.


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The actor wilfully embraced the gifts, with people throwing love notes into the car among other objects. One even seemed to hand him an entire suitcase. 

The same could not be said for Amber Heard however as the vehicle carrying the actress simply drove off without any fan interaction. 


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Max Verstappen wins first ever Miami Grand Prix

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Current World Champion Max Verstappen has won the inaugural Miami Grand Prix after a fierce battle with title rival Charles Leclerc. The race went down to the last lap with many drivers such as Lando Norris and Pierre Gasly unfortunately having to retire.



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Charles Leclerc who started the race in pole position lost top position to Max Verstappen in the 7th lap but gradually kept up with the Dutchman until he found some pace in the closing stages of the races. Unfortunately for the Ferrari driver his late surge wasn’t enough to see him win another race this season.

The final podium position of the race was secured by Ferrari driver Carlos Sainz whilst the Mercedes duo of George Russell and Lewis Hamilton managed to finish in 5th and 6th respectively.

The race itself wasn’t the most entertaining according to fans until Lando Norris’s crash with Pierre Gasly that forced a yellow flag before the last few laps of the race. Both drivers had to retire from the race while other drivers such as Fernando Alonso were given 5 second penalties for illegally overtaking Gasly before his retirement. There was also another late collision between German friends Mick Schumacher and Sebastien Vettel.



UK singer and Eurovision 2022 possible winner reveals Malta connection

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UK singer and Eurovision 2022 possible winner reveals Malta connection

Maltese Producer and Mixer Dan-Grech Marguerat was part of the team of UK’s Sam Ryder’s possible winning song for this years Eurovision Song Contest in Turin.

Sam Ryder announced this during an exclusive interview with Malta Daily’s Peter Carbonaro in Turin as ‘il-Eurovision’ team are currently following the latest Eurovision news and will be updating us on Malta Daily with exclusive interviews.

Peter and his team interviews Sam Ryder, a possible winner for this years Eurovision following a request by BBC, UK official broadcaster and responsible for Eurovision.

The Maltese producer and mixer of this years UK entry, Dan-Grech Marguerat over the past few years achieved international success working with artists including George Ezra, The Killers, Halsey, Lana Del Rey, Mumford & Sons, The Vaccines, Tom Odell and Liam Gallagher.

Dan won UK Mixer of the Year at the MPG’s in 2021 and has been shortlisted again for 2022.

Sam is a singer and songwriter from Essex who has seen his popularity go stratospheric, largely thanks to social media.

As the world went into lockdown in March 2020, Sam uploaded the first of his now famous cover videos, quickly catching the attention of celebrity fans including Justin Bieber, Sia and Alicia Keys, who even posted her own video reacting to his cover of her song If I Ain’t Got You.

Since then he’s been signed by Parlophone Records, released his debut EP (The Sun’s Gonna Rise), and received top-level support from the UK’s biggest radio stations.

Follow the exclusive interview with Sam Ryder today at 3pm on Malta Daily.


PN MP Darren Carabott pays tribute to parents on day of swearing in

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While some Maltese MPs chose to walk the streets of Valletta with their partners, others opted to take their parents to celebrate an important day in their political lives.

Nationalist MP Darren Carabott stated that his parents were always there for him and it was the least he could to to let them know how grateful he is for what they did with him and his brother.

Carabott stated that his only regret was that he could only invite one guest to attend the mass at St. John’s Co-Cathedral and the state opening of Parliament, presumably due to a logistical issue. Regardless of this, Carabott’s father joined in on the event, enthusiastically waiting for the MP and his mother as they walked the streets.

Carabott wholeheartedly dedicated that important day in his political career to his parents, stating that he is what he is thanks to their sacrifices and upbringing.

“It was just a small way of saying thank you, even if I’ll always fall short of doing so.”


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