Paul McCartney was on stage in Orlando when he played a clip of Johnny Depp from his music video for My Valentine, with many believing it to be a nod in support of the current court battle. at the actor’s.
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Paul McCartney appears to have backed Johnny Depp as the actor awaits a verdict from his costly lawsuit against Amber Heard.
The veteran musician, 79, performed on stage at Camping World Stadium in Orlando over the weekend as part of his Got Back tour and played a clip of Depp in the video for his song My Valentine.
While this may just be a random case of simple timing, some fans have come to believe it to be a nod to the actor’s current case.
TMZ reported that Depp’s image was projected onto the big screen next to the stage while McCartney performed his hit.
While it’s unclear if other previous concerts played the song and video, it’s been confirmed that the former Beatles member didn’t play it on his Freshen Up Tour a few years ago, prompting many who believes the timing has a purpose.
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Attendees are said to have cheered for Depp’s appearance, while McCartney did not elaborate.
Other online users began to speculate about whether McCartney had used the clip as a widely publicized incident that was similar to the singer’s woeful divorce from Heather Mills.
One Twitter user wrote: “Paul McCartney looks like a #TeamJohnnyDepp pro!!!
“Paul also went through a messy divorce from Heather Mills. #JusticeForJohnnyDepp #JohnnyDepp #DeppVsHeard #IStandWithJohnnyDepp”
Mills brought a series of charges against her ex at the time in much the same way that Heard accused Depp.
The 58-year-old actor is suing his ex-wife Heard, 36, for defamation following her Washington Post post about allegations of domestic violence she endured, though she never mentioned it. ex-husband’s name.
The Pirates of the Caribbean actor is demanding more than £38 million in the case as he claims the allegations have greatly damaged his career and reputation.
He vehemently denied any allegations of physical or sexual assault and went on to insist that Heard did indeed abuse him.
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The Aquaman actress has filed a lawsuit against her ex and is seeking almost £78 million in damages after saying Depp’s former lawyer Adam Waldman accused her of fabricating facts. .
And while the jury continued to weigh in on Tuesday’s decision, Depp stunned his UK fans with a surprise appearance in Sheffield.
He took to the stage at a Jeff Beck performance on Sunday, to the delight of the adoring crowd.
One fan in the stands took to social media to say: “Just went to see Jeff Beck at Sheffield City Hall, he’s got a special surprise guest, Johnny Depp!!!”
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