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Video: Johnny Depp Jams with Marilyn Manson at Club Nokia

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Last night at the Revolver magazine's "Golden Gods Awards" at Club Nokia, Marilyn Manson brought his own "guitar hero" on stage: Johnny Depp.

With low-lighting and a hat tilted across his face, Depp rocked out almost incognito at first as Manson performed "Sweet Dreams."

"If you don't recognize my personal friend ... my personal savior, my personal guitar hero ... Johnny Depp!" Manson shouted to the crowd, according to People.

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Of course, Depp is totally used to this thing. Last summer, he rocked out onstage with Alice Cooper and he was seen hanging out with Sir Paul McCartney and Bruce Springsteen after the Grammys last year.

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