If there were any doubts big names would get behind Johnny Depp again following his legal win over Amber Heard, lay them to rest … Dior is betting big on JD with a new contract.
Sources directly connected to the deal tell TMZ … Johnny just signed back with Dior to be the face of their Sauvage men’s scent. We’re told in all, it’s a multi-year deal worth 7-figures.
We’re told the deal recently came together, and was cemented after Dior honchos and famous fashion photog Greg Williams attended one of Johnny and Jeff Beck‘s rock concerts in Paris as a show of support for JD.
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Our sources say Johnny did a photo shoot with Greg before and after the Paris show, and the content will be used in a new Dior advertising campaign.
Remember … Johnny first signed with Dior back in 2015 as the face of the cologne and the deal has just been re-upped. It’s interesting … after Amber first made her allegations against Johnny, the Sauvage commercial stopped airing on TV.
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