Johnny Depp may venture Down Under again after all.
In April 2015, the actor was accused of failing to declare his two Yorkshire terriers, Boo and Pistol, when he flew into Australia on his private jet to film Walt Disney Pictures' Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales. Barnaby Joyce, Australian Minister for Agriculture and Water Resources, spoke to ABC radio at the time, saying, "There is a process if you want to bring animals: you get the permits, they go into quarantine and then you can have them. But if we start letting movie stars—even though they've been the Sexiest Man Alive twice—to come into our nation [and break the laws], then why don't we just break the laws for everybody?"
Joyce gave him 50 hours to remove the dogs from Australian soil or risk being euthanized. Depp complied with his request, and the dogs flew home to California.
While walking the red carpet at the 2016 Grammys in L.A. Monday night, Sydney-based TV reporter Emma Dallimore asked Depp, "Do you still love us in Australia?" The Hollywood Vampires rocker replied, "Of course. I love Australia."
"Are you going to come back?" Dallimore asked. Depp said he "absolutely" will. "I think that guy, Barnaby? He invited me to stay at his house, for some reason."