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Johnny Depp is back on the big American stage.
The “Pirates of the Caribbean” star will join Jeff Beck in Nashville on October 19, according to the Brown County Music Center website.
Depp dominated the headlines this year after battling ex-wife Amber Heard in a multi-million dollar defamation lawsuit.
Depp, amidst allegations of domestic violence and sexual assault, was awarded $10.35 million after a nearly seven-week trial in Virginia after a jury declared Heard defamed Depp on all counts. Heard lost the defamation lawsuit, but was awarded $2 million in her counterclaim because a jury found Depp had defamed her through his attorney.
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During the trial, Depp and Beck took to the international stage while the jury deliberated.
A video posted on social media shows Depp rocking out on stage with a guitar in hand during a Beck concert in Sheffield, England, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Beck showed off his 2020 collaboration, “Isolation,” and the video appeared to show.
The actor seems to be dealing with a famous case on Beck’s recently released album ’18,’ in which Depp reportedly wrote two ballads on the 13-track album.
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On the track “Sad Motherf—kin’ Parade,” Depp yells:
The Sunday Times reported that Beck and Depp came up with the name of his latest album together.
“When Johnny and I started playing together, our youthful spirit and creativity really ignited,” said Beck. “He also joked about what it feels like to be 18, so that’s how the album got its title.”
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Depp appeared at MTV’s VMA Awards on Sunday, virtually attending the awards show as Moonman. His appearance provoked a reaction from Heard’s sister, who called him “disgusting” and “clearly hopeless”.
Fox News’ Lorraine Taylor contributed to this report.