Johnny Depp Amber Heard Spoof
Natalie's Johnny Depp and Amber Heard's Apology Video - Making Of. YouTube/communitychannel

While British comedian Ricky Gervais has likened the Johnny Depp and Amber Heard apology video to a “hostage video,” one YouTube vlogger has made a spoof of the original, which has taken the Internet by storm. But first have a look at the original video.

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This is what Gervais said of the video.

“I wish the Australian gov had forced #JohnnyDepp to do a psa about the #EcuadorEarthquake instead. Please donate now,” joked American actor Justin Long.

Now, let’s come to this ingenious spoof by Natalie of Community Channel . Watch the “making of” Johnny Depp-Amber Heard video here.

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The video shows Natalie sitting behind the camera and holding sheets of the lines that Depp and Heard are seen saying like a machine. It seems that both the actors are reading out the lines Natalie has asked them to read. It’s hilarious to say the least.

“I don’t think it was something they would have willingly wanted to do,” said Deputy Prime Minister and Nationals leader Barnaby Joyce. Who threatened the euthanise Heard’s Yorkshire terriers after the celebrity couple bypassed Australia’s bio-security laws and smuggled their dogs to Australia.

According to the ABC, Joyce also added that Depp, being a world-renowned actor, could have used a bit more “gusto” when filming the video. He even claimed that the actor looked like he was auditioning for a Godfather film. He hopes that the video will serve as a warning for everybody who thinks bio-security laws in Australia are a joke.

The cringe-worthy video has since gone viral with people making fun of the actors’ performances. Many are not buying the authenticity of Depp’s performance as they are used to his unparalleled acting in his movies, especially in the “Pirates of the Caribbean” movies. Social media users believe that the two are not at all sorry, going by their gloomy performance in the video.

“@johnnydepp___ performance in 'I'm sorry Australia" is Oscar worthy #sorrynotsorry,” joked a Twitter user.