Kate Moss attended Jeff Beck’s London gig to watch Johnny Depp perform days after testifying on his behalf in his lawsuit against Amber Heard.
After the show, it was claimed that Moss headed backstage with Osbourne to party with the band and her ex-partner, 58.
Photos obtained by the publication saw the 48-year-old looking chic in an all-black look leaving the after-party with a bodyguard.
It also reported that Moss arrived about 90 minutes before the Pirates of the Caribbean actor appeared on stage.
Last Wednesday (May 25), Kate testified by video for just three minutes in Depp's defamation trial against Heard in Virginia.
The fashion icon refuted a rumour that Depp had pushed her down a flight of steps when the pair were a famous 'it' couple during the 1990s.
In court, Moss testified that there had been a 'rainstorm' and as she left her hotel room, she 'slid down the stairs and [she] hurt [her] back."
She added: "He never pushed me, kicked me or pushed me down any stairs."
The former couple began dating in 1994 and were together for four years before going their separate ways in 1998.
The Edward Scissorhands star flew in the UK following closing arguments in the trial and joined guitarist Jeff Beck at the Royal Albert Hall on Monday amid the musician's ongoing UK tour.
Depp was seen playing his electric guitar and singing during the unannounced appearance, which marked his second after he also appeared alongside Beck the night before in Sheffield.
His first surprise appearance led some fans to predict his return to the stage, calling out 'Johnny!' as Beck began his introduction of the actor.
“He came knocking on my dressing room door about five years ago and we haven’t stopped laughing since,” Beck said, adding: "We kept it quiet for obvious reasons, but here he is.”
Though is he now best known for his numerous and varied acting roles, Depp began his career as a musician and in 2015 formed the supergroup Hollywood Vampires with Alice Cooper and Joe Perry.
Beck and Depp performed their 2020 song Isolation, a cover remake of the track John Lennon released in 1970, as well as Marvin Gay’s What’s Going On and Jimi Hendrix’s Little Wing.
Heard is being sued by Depp over an op-ed she penned in 2018, claiming she had been the victim of domestic abuse.
While it did not specifically name the star, Depp argued that it damaged his career and went on to launch a $50 million defamation case against Heard – who in turn countersued him for $100m for claiming her allegations about abuse were false.
Depp-Heard's respective legal team gave their closing arguments last week and the jury, made up of seven members of the public, began deliberations at 3pm on Friday (May 27) before finishing for the day about two hours later.
They resumed deliberations on Tuesday (May 31).
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