Paul McCartney supported Johnny Depp during his concert
Former Beatles member Paul McCartney supported actor Johnny Depp during his concert. 79-year-old British musician and ex-Beatles member Paul McCartney supported 58-year-old Hollywood actor Johnny Depp during his concert in Orlando, Florida. It is reported by TMZ.
When the artist began to perform the song My Valentine, a video with the star of Pirates of the Caribbean, as well as actress Natalie Portman, appeared on the screens behind him to a storm of applause from the audience. In 2012, the actors took part in the filming of a video for this song, which was demonstrated during the concert.
According to eyewitnesses, McCartney did not comment on the appearance of the frames with Depp, continuing to sing and play the piano; however, many viewers suggested that the musician thus tried to express support for the actor in connection with high-profile litigation with his ex-wife Amber Heard, which ended the other day.
McCartney and Depp have been friends for many years. The musician even appeared in one of the parts of Pirates of the Caribbean, playing the role of Uncle Jack Sparrow. Depp, in turn, took part in the filming of the clips of the British artist.
Earlier, British model Kate Moss denied rumors of violence by her ex-boyfriend, actor Johnny Depp. Moss told the court that the artist did not push him down the stairs in the 1990s. The model appeared after Johnny Depp's ex-wife, Amber Heard, mentioned him in a meeting and said: "He never pushed me, kicked me, or threw me down the stairs." He explained that the actor, on the contrary, helped him during the incident. Moss and Deep date from 1994 to 1998. After Hurd accused her ex-husband of violence, the legal team called her as a witness and said that during a dispute, the thoughts of Moss and Stairs immediately appeared in her head.