Watch Marilyn Manson and Johnny Depp Together at the Revolver Golden Gods Awards

In case you’ve been living under a rock this week, actor Johnny Depp joined Marilyn Manson onstage at the Revolver Golden Gods Awards on Wednesday to play “Sweet Dreams” and “The Beautiful People.” In a night full of surprises at every turn, this was the show stopper. Watch their performance below.

Photo: Robert Knight


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  • Josh_mccann

    as a huge manson fan this is dissapointing

  • Josh_McCann

    whats the problem manson, lay of the drugs and drinking and fucking practice your have played¬†those 2 singles hundreds of times, how did you end up sounding like that… stop with the gay shit on stage, and get your voice back in check….. you¬†were amazing and one of my all time favorite artists… this was embaressing to watch¬†

  • Dalenmel2001

    Wow what a disgrace of a voice! They sound like a horrible Marilyn Manson tribute band! & what the heck is Johnny Depp doing playing with Manson? Johnny Depp seems like a poser to me & likes the rock star attention obviously,but his guitar playing/style is odd,as a bassist/guitarist myself i found Johnny not even playing half the time,he looked like he was just enjoying being on stage & posing it up & picking up a few chords here & there & thinking LOOK AT ME I’M JOHNNY DEPP PLAYING GUITAR WITH THESE FREAKS!

  • Dalenmel2001

    I’ve been a fan of Alice Cooper’s music for years & years but Alice Cooper was the first one to have that awesome stage show with the make up & shock rock routine.& i think Marilyn Manson totally ripped off Alice Coopers stage antics! It’s one thing to take a few ideas here & there like every band does,every band has their influences & some times you can hear it in their music. But i just think Marilyn Manson took it too far with copying Alice Coopers on stage persona.