Johnny Depp makes a second surprise appearance on stage in London amid defamation trial verdict

 During Jeff Beck's concert in the UK on Monday, Johnny Depp made a surprise appearance for a second time.

Beck performed with the actor at the Royal Albert Hall in London. 

Amber Heard, Depp's ex-wife, is currently awaiting the outcome of the defamation case. 

For the second time in a row, Johnny Depp performed alongside musician Jeff Beck in the UK following the conclusion of his defamation trial with ex-wife Amber Heard.

The video of the concert posted on social media shows Depp on stage at the Royal Albert Hall with his guitar singing next to Beck.  

Sky News reported that the pair performed "Isolation," a cover of the song John Lennon released in 1970.

Five years ago, he knocked on my dressing room door and since then, we haven't stopped laughing," Beck said on stage in a video, according to Sky News. 

 "We've kept it quiet for obvious reasons... here he is."

 Beck is Depp's second appearance on stage with him. Depp surprised fans at a Jeff Beck concert in Sheffield, England, on Sunday.

As previously reported by Insider, the pair performed covers of Marvin Gaye's "What's Going On," Jimi Hendrix's "Little Wing," and Depp's unreleased "This is a Song for Ms. Hedy Lamarr."

The lawyers representing Depp and Heard made closing arguments in the pair's ongoing defamation trial just days ago.