Johnny Depp Made her controversial appearance at Rihanna’s Savage x Fenty fashion show on Wednesday.
deep modeling Rihanna’s men’s collection As he passed through a forest. The “Pirates of the Caribbean” star was joined by a group of dancers as Outkast’s “So Fresh, So Clean” in the background.
“Savage X Fenty Volume 4” was pre-taped and is available on Amazon Prime Video.
While many celebrities have walked for Rihanna before, Depp “made history as the first man to take part in this ‘star’ moment, which had previously been done on previous shows with Cindy Crawford and Erica Badu,” a The source previously told Fox News Digital.
Both Crawford and Badu were featured in Vol. 3 shows in 2021.
Following the news, many fans took to social media to share their thoughts on Depp appearing on the show.
“Rihanna can’t be serious? With all these beautiful and problem-free men in Hollywood, and Johnny Depp is the one that attracts you the most?” a user wrote on Twitter.
“Get Off Johnny Depp’s Scene Now If He Ever Existed,” Another User added.
However, some people defended the decision.
“It amazes me how many people can be manipulated by Amber Heard’s lies,” one user wrote, “You guys are beating a dead horse. The trial is over… Some of you didn’t see the trial and it shows.”
Depp made headlines earlier this year during a defamation lawsuit involving his ex-wife Amber Heard.
The actor originally sued Heard for defamation after he published an op-ed in the Washington Post in 2018 in which he described himself as a victim of domestic abuse. Although he never specifically named Depp, the “Edward Scissorhands” star claimed that the op-ed negatively affected his career.
During a week-long trial, a jury found that Heard defamed Depp, and was awarded $10.35 million in damages. Heard was awarded $2 million from her countersuit after a jury found that Depp, through his attorney, had defamed the actress.
Following the conclusion of the lawsuit, Hurd’s legal team filed a short appellate list of 16 grounds for appeal.
According to documents obtained by Fox News Digital, there was “clear and convincing evidence” for genuine malice in the grounds of appeal and the court to invalidate damages awarded by the jury after both Depp and Heard defamed each other. of “failure”.
Fox News Digital’s Caroline Thayer and Janelle Ashe contributed to this report.