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Glastonbury fans torn as Paul McCartney uses clip of Johnny Depp during set

Glastonbury headliner Sir Paul McCartney sparked controversy on Saturday (25 June) after he used a clip of actor Johnny Depp during one of his songs. The singer who has now made history as the festival’s oldest ever headliner at 80 years old and during his performance fans were divided after he appeared to show solidarity with actor Johnny Depp.He performed on the Pyramid stage over the weekend and sang some of his most popular tracks.READ MORE: Sugababes' return at Glastonbury sees fans turned away as tent becomes overcrowdedDuring one of the songs, a video of Johnny Depp played despite the recent controversy with the Amber Heard defamation trial.Paul performed his song My Valentine and the Pirates of the Caribbean actor used sign language along with the lyrics.The clip was part of the music video which was released in 2012 and included Black Swan star Natalie Portman.However, in light of the recent case with his ex-wife Amber Heard, many people thought that the move was in bad taste.Viewers at home took to Twitter to praise the move with one saying: “Happy Birthday Sir Paul, hope it was a blessed and wonderful day and thank you for supporting fellow survivor Johnny Depp.”Another thanked the musician for the clip: “Paul McCartney played a video of Johnny Depp during his set tonight headlining Glastonbury, thank you,” and used the hashtag “Johnny Depp wins”.Others said that they “loved to see” the two high profile A-listers in the video, but not all were impressed with the move.One unhappy fan wrote: “I love Paul McCartney but so deeply disappointed he showed the Johnny Depp footage.
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Glastonbury fans torn as Paul McCartney uses clip of Johnny Depp during set
Glastonbury headliner Sir Paul McCartney sparked controversy on Saturday (25 June) after he used a clip of actor Johnny Depp during one of his songs. The singer who has now made history as the festival’s oldest ever headliner at 80 years old and during his performance fans were divided after he appeared to show solidarity with actor Johnny Depp.He performed on the Pyramid stage over the weekend and sang some of his most popular tracks.READ MORE: Sugababes' return at Glastonbury sees fans turned away as tent becomes overcrowdedDuring one of the songs, a video of Johnny Depp played despite the recent controversy with the Amber Heard defamation trial.Paul performed his song My Valentine and the Pirates of the Caribbean actor used sign language along with the lyrics.The clip was part of the music video which was released in 2012 and included Black Swan star Natalie Portman.However, in light of the recent case with his ex-wife Amber Heard, many people thought that the move was in bad taste.Viewers at home took to Twitter to praise the move with one saying: “Happy Birthday Sir Paul, hope it was a blessed and wonderful day and thank you for supporting fellow survivor Johnny Depp.”Another thanked the musician for the clip: “Paul McCartney played a video of Johnny Depp during his set tonight headlining Glastonbury, thank you,” and used the hashtag “Johnny Depp wins”.Others said that they “loved to see” the two high profile A-listers in the video, but not all were impressed with the move.One unhappy fan wrote: “I love Paul McCartney but so deeply disappointed he showed the Johnny Depp footage.
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‘Shameful!’ Paul McCartney splits Glastonbury fans as Johnny Depp appears in headline set
Sir Paul McCartney played a clip of Johnny Depp from an old music video as he headlined Glastonbury last night.The Beatles legend included footage of the Pirates of the Caribbean actor using sign language on the screen behind him as he sang My Valentine.Sir Paul, 80, took to the famous Pyramid Stage to perform in front of thousands at Glastonbury last night, making history as the oldest solo star to take on the headline slot at the festival. However, when actor Johnny, 59, who recently won his defamation trial against his ex-wife Amber Heard, 36, appeared on-screen behind him, it divided the opinions of fans. In the 2012 music video for My Valentine, Johnny was featured alongside actress Natalie Portman, 41.The simple clip showed Natalie lip syncing to the music while Johnny strummed an acoustic guitar.This video was streamed on the big screens at Worthy Farm as well as on the BBC, and as soon as images of the actor appeared on stage, cheers erupted from the crowd.Sir Paul did not directly address Johnny’s defamation case against Amber, but viewers at home had plenty to say about his decision to include a video of the actor in his set. Taking to Twitter, fans voiced their differing opinions on the video, with some praising the decision.Amena tweeted: “#PaulMcCartney played a video of #JohnnyDepp during his set tonight headlining at Glastonbury thank you #JOHNNYDEPPWINS.”Purple_Fae wrote: “Happy  Birthday Sir Paul, hope it was a blessed and wonderful day and thank you for supporting fellow survivor Johnny Depp.”Sophie commented: “Aaah I love 'My Valentine' and I'm glad gorgeous Johnny Depp and Natalie Portman are being shown on the screens from the video!”John Baird penned: “A mediocre day at Glastonbury until Paul
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