The Royal Albert Hall: A concert hall located on the northern edge of South Kensington, London, gives a standing ovation to Mr Depp.
On Monday night, the actor received this honour from his die-hard fans as he was awaiting the verdict in his defamation trial case against his wife, Amber Heard. Let’s find out why the action recieves a standing ovation.
Depp-Heard trial wrapped on Friday
Before getting into the honour he recieved, lets talk a little bit about his defamation case.
On Friday, the Depp-Heard defamation trial case was wrapped with closing arguments. However, the discussion will resume on Tuesday. Depp and Heard were battling out at Fairfax County courthouse Virginia. Johnny Depp has filed a $50 million defamation suit against his wife over a 2018 Op-ed.
In a 2018 op-ed, she claimed that she was a victim of domestic abuse, countersuing him for $100 million. However, Mr Depp was commennted if he will appear in Fairfax County Courthouse as Jury Deliberation resume. But the Depp’s team declined the comment.
An outstadning performance by Johnny Depp on The Royal Albert Hall recieves him a standing ovation
As we mentioned before, The Royal Albert Hall is a concert hall. Johnny Depp visited the hall with his singer friend Jeff Beck to perform a series of music covers, Marvin Gay’s “What’s going on” and John Lennon’s Isolation.
The track they collaborated on usually released in 2020 in the Nouthern English city of Sheffield.
Fans were rejoiced to see their performance but especially Johnny Depp. On Twitter and Instagram, fans excitedly shared their views after seeing Johnny Depp performing with his singer friend on stage.
One of the users on Twitter shared that Johnny Depp is a furious man giving a mind-blowing performance with Jeff Beck immediately after leaving the court on Friday.
Moreover, Johnny Depp’s daughter Lily-Rose Depp took on Instagram to celebrate her 23rd birthday.
However, she shared three snapchats, one of a bouquet and the other two of wearing a pink sash with a simple caption Birthday Princess.