Johnny Depp's Yorkshire terriers Boo and Pistol need to leave Australia by tomorrow or face euthanasia, The Daily Mail reports. The Australian Department of Agriculture says the dogs, who arrived with Depp, 51, on his private jet, are in the country illegally. They were spotted when reports surfaced that they were taken to a local groomer.

The actor is Down Under filming his next "Pirates of the Caribbean" movie. His wife, Amber Heard, 29, is also with him. The department's animal import laws require dogs to spend at least 10 days in a government quarantine facility. Animals brought in without the necessary permits have to be euthanized.

"If people think that's a bit harsh," said Australia's minister for agriculture Barnaby Joyce during a radio interview, "well, I'll tell you what harsh is. Harsh is if we let down our guard and ultimately rabies gets into the country."

Carey cancels show

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One week into her residency at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas, Mariah Carey has canceled a concert.

"Hey guys," the Greenlawn native posted on Instagram Wednesday, "I've been fighting bronchitis for the past few days. Almost better but on mandatory vocal rest per doctor's orders. I'm so sorry to cancel tonight's show but I promise to make it up to you!!! Love you always, MC."

There's no word yet whether she'll perform on Sunday's Billboard Music Awards.

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