Christina Ricci reveals Johnny Depp ‘explained what homosexuality was’ to her when she was nine

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Two-time Emmy nominee Christina Ricci revealed that three-time Oscar nominee Johnny Depp ‘defined what homosexuality was’ to her when she was 9 years previous.

The 42-year-old former little one star was on the Massachusetts set of Mermaids, her first film, in 1989 with co-star Winona Ryder when somebody accused somebody of being ‘homophobic.’

‘I used to be like, “Properly, I do not perceive what that’s.” And I used to be in Winona’s trailer and she or he was like, “I do not understand how…”‘ Christina recalled on Andy Cohen’s SiriusXM present Thursday.

Throwback! Johnny Depp pictured in 1990

Throwback! Two-time Emmy nominee Christina Ricci revealed that three-time Oscar nominee Johnny Depp ‘defined what homosexuality was’ to her when she was 9 years previous

‘And so she put me on the cellphone with [her boyfriend] Johnny. And Johnny defined it to me. In like the best phrases, yeah. He was like, “It is when a person desires to have intercourse with a person. And when a girl desires to have intercourse with a girl.” And I used to be like, “Oh, okay.”‘

Cohen questioned why Ricci did not ask her onscreen mom – homosexual icon Cher – about homosexuality and she or he replied: ‘I do know, we should always’ve run proper over [to her trailer]!’

The 59-year-old nineties heartthrob was 26 and the 50-year-old Oscar nominee was 17 after they started their headline-making, four-year romance, which resulted in 1993.

Her first movie: The 42-year-old former child star was on the Massachusetts set of Mermaids in 1989 with co-star Winona Ryder (R) when someone accused someone of being 'homophobic'

Her first film: The 42-year-old former little one star was on the Massachusetts set of Mermaids in 1989 with co-star Winona Ryder (R) when somebody accused somebody of being ‘homophobic’

Christina recalled on Andy Cohen's SiriusXM show Thursday: 'I was like, "Well, I don't understand what that is." And I was in Winona's trailer and she was like, "I don't know how..." And so she put me on the phone with [her boyfriend] Johnny'

Christina recalled on Andy Cohen’s SiriusXM present Thursday: ‘I used to be like, “Properly, I do not perceive what that’s.” And I used to be in Winona’s trailer and she or he was like, “I do not understand how…” And so she put me on the cellphone with [her boyfriend] Johnny’

Ricci continued: 'Johnny explained it to me. In like the simplest terms, yeah. He was like, "It's when a man wants to have sex with a man. And when a woman wants to have sex with a woman." And I was like, "Oh, okay"'

Ricci continued: ‘Johnny defined it to me. In like the best phrases, yeah. He was like, “It is when a person desires to have intercourse with a person. And when a girl desires to have intercourse with a girl.” And I used to be like, “Oh, okay”‘

Cohen wondered why the Cali-born, New Jersey-raised actress didn't ask her onscreen mother - gay icon Cher (M) - about homosexuality and she replied: 'I know, we should've run right over [to her trailer]!'

Cohen questioned why the Cali-born, New Jersey-raised actress did not ask her onscreen mom – homosexual icon Cher (M) – about homosexuality and she or he replied: ‘I do know, we should always’ve run proper over [to her trailer]!’

'Wino forever': The 59-year-old nineties heartthrob was 26 and the 50-year-old Oscar nominee was 17 when they began their headline-making, four-year romance, which ended in 1993 (pictured in 1991)

‘Wino without end’: The 59-year-old nineties heartthrob was 26 and the 50-year-old Oscar nominee was 17 after they started their headline-making, four-year romance, which resulted in 1993 (pictured in 1991)

The Cali-born, New Jersey-raised actress went on to movie her first intercourse scene with Johnny in Sally Potter’s 2000 indie drama The Man Who Cried, which she described as ‘bizarre’ as a result of he was like a ‘large brother.’ 

‘It was a bit of bizarre,’ Christina advised Leisure Weekly in 2001.

‘Anytime you are rooting round like two pigs in entrance of 20 males or ladies on a set, it is sort of weird, particularly with somebody you met if you had been 9 and he was 26. However we get alongside so nicely that we may each chuckle it off and say, “That is actually irritating.”‘

'It was a little weird': Christina went on to film her first sex scene with Johnny in Sally Potter's 2000 indie drama The Man Who Cried, which she described as 'weird' because he was like a 'big brother'

‘It was a bit of bizarre’: Christina went on to movie her first intercourse scene with Johnny in Sally Potter’s 2000 indie drama The Man Who Cried, which she described as ‘bizarre’ as a result of he was like a ‘large brother’

She told EW in 2001: 'Anytime you're rooting around like two pigs in front of 20 men or women on a set, it's kind of bizarre, especially with someone you met when you were 9 and he was 26. But we get along so well that we could both laugh it off'

She advised EW in 2001: ‘Anytime you are rooting round like two pigs in entrance of 20 males or ladies on a set, it is sort of weird, particularly with somebody you met if you had been 9 and he was 26. However we get alongside so nicely that we may each chuckle it off’

Blindfolded kiss: Ricci and Depp also played love interests in Tim Burton's 1999 supernatural horror Sleepy Hollow (pictured), and they shared a scene in Terry Gilliam's 1998 black comedy Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas

Blindfolded kiss: Ricci and Depp additionally performed love pursuits in Tim Burton’s 1999 supernatural horror Sleepy Hole (pictured), they usually shared a scene in Terry Gilliam’s 1998 black comedy Worry and Loathing in Las Vegas

Ricci and Depp additionally performed love pursuits in Tim Burton’s 1999 supernatural horror Sleepy Hole, they usually shared a scene in Terry Gilliam’s 1998 black comedy Worry and Loathing in Las Vegas.

For her position as Misty Quigley, the Yellowjackets star will subsequent compete for one of the best actress in a drama trophy on the 74th Primetime Emmy Awards, which air September 12 on NBC.

Christina should face off towards Patricia Arquette, Julia Garner, HoYeon Jung, Rhea Seehorn, J. Smith-Cameron, Sarah Snook, and Sydney Sweeney.

Scene stealer: For her role as Misty Quigley, the Yellowjackets star will next compete for the best actresss in a drama trophy at the 74th Primetime Emmy Awards, which air September 12 on NBC

Scene stealer: For her position as Misty Quigley, the Yellowjackets star will subsequent compete for one of the best actresss in a drama trophy on the 74th Primetime Emmy Awards, which air September 12 on NBC

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