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Johnny Depp On His Latest Adventures With Face Paint; Julia Louis-Dreyfus Talks Curly Hair; And More…


What inspired Johnny Depp’s unusual adaptation of The Lone Ranger‘s Tonto for the classic TV show’s upcoming movie remake? A painting by artist Kirby Sattler, that’s what. “I looked at the face of this warrior and thought: That’s it,” Depp says. “The stripes down the face and across the eyes…it seemed to me like you could almost see the separate sections of the individual.” [EW]

Move over, Dukan diet; there’s a new weight-loss fad in town. Celebrity “sports scientist” Venice A. Fulton’s book, Six Weeks to OMG, is garnering an impressive number of fans with its mix of nutritional, biochemical, genetic, and psychological know-how—as well as the hardwired belief that coffee and cold baths will spell the end of cellulite. [Daily Mail]

Curly girl Julia Louis-Dreyfus is best known for playing Seinfeld‘s frizzy-haired Elaine Benes. But the Veep star admits that during her early days on Saturday Night Live, a producer tried to convince her that she should always wear her hair straight. “Not only did I make my hair curly on Seinfeld…I enhanced the curl and made it huge,” she recalls. “I wonder if that hair wasn’t some kind of reaction.” [Jezebel]

In other hair transformation reflections, Justin Bieber’s brief flirtation with a dark brunette crop has come to an end. The pop star is back to his natural shade of dirty blond. [Hollywood Life]

Photo: Courtesy of Disney

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