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Whitney kisses and tells after Johnny Depp encounter

PIRATE PASH: Whitney Aldridge gives Johnny Depp a kiss on the cheek. Contributed.
PIRATE PASH: Whitney Aldridge gives Johnny Depp a kiss on the cheek. Contributed.

WHITNEY Aldridge of Cabarita kissed the man once voted the World's Most Sexiest Man Alive, after waiting in a queue of fans at the entrance of the headland for three hours.

  "At the same time I just felt the urge to give him a kiss, as my love for him is beyond words," Ms Aldridge said. 

  "It all just happened so quickly, I grabbed his face and next thing I know if my lips were touching his cheek and a dreadlock, it was absolutely amazing. "

Johnny said: 'Bless your heart, you're not shy'.  

"I was speechless and just kept thanking him for the opportunity I had shared with him. I ran away with the biggest smile on my face.

 "He is one of the most handsome, gentle, caring, appreciative celebrities I have ever met."  

Ms Aldridge has been considering a raft of lucrative kiss-and-tell media deals following her 'kiss video' going viral on the internet.  

"It was the most amazing night I have ever had," Ms Aldridge said.

VIDEO: JOHNNY DEPP TALKS TO FANS AT HASTINGS

HOLLYWOOD FILMMAKERS BRAND HASTINGS 'MAGNIFICENT'

Footage of the audacious 'love-in' has gone viral, along with hundreds of other selfies and videos taken on Monday and Tuesday night, when about 200 and 600 residents converged on the headland, respectively.

Mr Depp completed filming at Hastings Point yesterday to return to the Gold Coast for another month of filming.

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