The 58-year-old Pirates of the Caribbean actor performed with the rock legend and entertained show-goers in their 2020 collaboration Isolation – a cover of the 1970 John Lennon song.
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Johnny Depp takes the stage with rock legend Jeff Beck for the third time as he awaits a verdict while a jury weighs in on the $50 million defamation trial against Amber Heard.
With the verdict still in the balance, Johnny made a surprise appearance in London to perform with British guitarist Jeff Beck at the Royal Albert Hall for the third time this week.
The 58-year-old actor performed with the rock legend and entertained attendees to their show in their 2020 collaboration Isolation – a cover of the 1970 John Lennon song.
Johnny wore a scarf to hold back his long hair when he was seen hugging and kissing the rocker.
His concert appearance comes as discussions over Johnny and Amber’s fight are resumed today after a three-day weekend.
During Friday’s final argument, Johnny’s lawyers urged the jury to “give him back his life” after it was “ruined” by Amber’s domestic abuse allegations.
Depp took Heard to court for defamation, alleging that an appropriate article she wrote for the Washington Post about domestic abuse was about him, even though it did not refer to him directly.
He is suing his ex-wife for $50 million (£40 million) for the article.
Heard protested for $100 million, alleging that Depp smeared her with his statements.
After more than five weeks of testimony, a seven-member jury must now unanimously decide which direction the case will go and at the same time, Depp has put the matter aside by traveling to the UK to speak. perform on stage.
The juries were reminded of the matters at hand by the giant model of a ship that appeared to have been made on a lorry loaded with people and parked in the street, tethered to the back of a trailer low load.
https://www.mirror.co.uk/3am/celebrity-news/johnny-depp-performs-alongside-jeff-27117434 Johnny Depp performs alongside Jeff Beck for the third time amid impending sentencing