Johnny Depp has been getting his Bowie on as he belted out Heroes during an appearance on the Late Late Show.
The star, who sang the hit with his band Hollywood Vampires, a supergroup with Alice Cooper and Aerosmith’s Joe Perry, looked to be getting very into it as he rocked out.
After being introduced by host James Corden, the Pirates Of The Caribbean star belted out the lead vocals, donning his trademark flatcap and rocking a shirt and suit jacket.
Meanwhile, although Alice and Joe smashed it on guitars and sang back-up, the trio shared a microphone for the last refrain, loving life.
Johnny, Alice and Joe formed the supergroup back in 2015, with the trio honouring music of rock stars from the 1970s.
The band name is taken from a drinking club called The Hollywood Vampires, which Cooper formed in the same era.
It’s not the first time the band have taken on the track, with them previously recording it in the same Berlin studio as Ziggy himself.
Heroes is featured on the band’s album Rise, which is said to be a ‘tell-all’ set of songs Johnny used to vent his ‘anger’ over the accusations he was violent towards ex-wife Amber Heard.
Back in 2016, Amber was granted a domestic abuse restraining order against Johnny after she accused him of being physically violent towards her on multiple occasions.
Johnny has denied all the allegations against him, and the pair have been locked in public arguments ever since.
Recently, the 56-year-old sent a cryptic message about being ‘humble’ amid all the drama.
Heading to the Jimmy Kimmel Live studio with his bandmates, the rocker lifted his arm to wave at photographers the print on his top became clearly visible.
It read: ‘Stay humble or be humble’.
Later in the day, he kept the tee firmly on as he was pictured with Alice and Joe performing on stage.
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