Johnny Depp, who was recently released from his defamation trial in Virginia against his ex-wife Amber Heard, made a surprise appearance at a concert in Sheffield, United Kingdom.
The actor stunned the audience by joining English guitarist Jeff Beck on stage and performing a number of songs.
Johnny also sang Isolation, a 2020 collaboration between him and Jeff that is a version of a 1970 John Lennon song.
He and Jeff, who is now on a European tour, also performed covers of What's Going On by Marvin Gay and Little Wing by Jimi Hendrix.
The audience uploaded videos of Johnny performing with a guitar to YouTube and social media networks.
Fans of the actor were overjoyed to see him at the event and expressed their delight at seeing him doing what he loves.
"I'm delighted Johnny is doing what he loves right now; he deserves it," one person remarked. Another person said, "After Amber's performance in the trial, Johnny needed a break.
Keep it up, Johnny." "Good to see him happy and doing what he loves," wrote a third. Some people were also impressed by his newly coloured hair.
I'm glad he's pursuing his early ambitions. He is a fantastic singer and guitarist." Johnny started out as a musician, and in 2015, he established the band Hollywood Vampires alongside Alice Cooper and Joe Perry.