Kate Moss Comes Out To Show Support For 'Rockstar' Johnny Depp After Defending Him In Court

By Emanuel Eisen | Sunday, 05 June 2022 20:30
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After coming to his defense in court, Kate Moss last week again publicly revealed her backing for her former flame - with whom she is still on good terms - by heading to London's prestigious Royal Albert Hall Venue to watch him perform covers of John Lennon, Marvin Gaye and Jimi Hendrix alongside Beck, 77.

The fashion icon was joined inside by former TV personality Sharon Osborne, 69, who arrived for an after-party following the end of the concert.

Ms. Moss - who last week gave proof to the US court through a video link - arrived at the venue early at roughly 8pm, 90 minutes before Depp was due on stage, clambering out of a blue Mercedes and being escorted by security into the stage door entrance.

After Beck's set started at 8.40pm, Depp headed onstage at 9.23pm to perform many songs with a British music legend considered among the greatest guitar players in history. Presenting the 58-year-old - who he told the 5,000-strong crowd had 'been through some s**t - he announced: "I met this bloke in Japan. He knocked on the door and we burst out laughing straight away. You may recognise him. He's been through some s**t."

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To calls from fans of "Johnny" and "We love you Johnny," Depp took to the stage wearing a waistcoat, white and red checked short-sleeve shirt, patterned cravat, and Peaky Blinders style cap, and immediately grabbed the mic.

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The actor and Beck played seven songs including Jimi Hendrix's Little Wing, John Lennon's Isolation, and Marvin Gaye's What's Going On before departing the stage at 9.50pm, blowing kisses to the audience.

Fans of Deep speculated on Twitter regarding why Moss had gone to see her ex perform.

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One, Karen Hancock, announced: "Could this be why he came to London? The best thing she ever did was to mention Kate Moss in the trial, it brought her back into his life." After the show a 100-strong crowd gathered outside a back entrance hoping to catch a glimpse of Depp.

Discussing the gig, Nadia Tiholova, 45, from Romford, who came just to see her acting hero, announced: "I think he was outstanding. I have seen all his movies but I never expected him to be such a good musician. And thanks to him I discovered Jeff Beck!" Neil Clarke from Romford paid his money to see Beck perform and was disappointed at Depp's appearance.

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