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Johnny Depp & Kesha Performing Together!? Find Out Why HERE!

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With every passing day, we love Johnny Depp even more than before.

Like an inked god from the heavens, Depperz just continues to drizzle his heat all over Tinsel Town. And we love it!!

Wednesday night, Johnny was busy playing with the likes of Ke$ha for the first-ever Jameson Petty Fest West at the El Rey Theatre!

An interesting pairing we'll admit, but everyone in attendance was there for the love of musicians in need as the show helps benefit career musicians who are struggling with illness or age-related issues.

While Ke$ha tweet-tweeted:

…Johnny is pictured above with Albert Hammond, Jr. of The Strokes and Austin Scaggs, co-founder of The Best Fest.

So much rocking hotness going on right now. We need ice! STAT!

Patrick Carney of The Black Keys and Nick Valensi of The Strokes also joined in on the fun, creating what just might be the biggest cloud of rocker sweat ever imaginable, LOL!

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6 comments to “Johnny Depp & Kesha Performing Together!? Find Out Why HERE!”



  1. 1

    I am sure you taught him a thing or two Ke$ha. Such hotness.

  2. M-la says – reply to this


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    My love Johnny Depp…so talent!



  3. 3

    WHAT A FRAUD! Not one sick musician ever touches one penny of the donated money!



  4. 4

    The Sweet Relief Fund makes it ABSOLUTELY IMPOSSIBLE for any need musician to get access to the donated funding…TOTAL FRAUD!

  5. lizziebob says – reply to this


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    I doubt any money goes to anybody, this is not charity devil worshipers don't do truly nice things for anybody. There is always a hitch. So sick of these nasty people look away.Yes Keasha please die young.

  6. Blank says – reply to this


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    Re: I Prayed not to be Gay – Actually, it is the only charity that directly benefits musicians in need. I know, because I have worked very closely with them for a very long time, am close to several of the musicians that have been helped and it is far from fraud. The few people that run the entire organization are extremely committed to the cause and have spent several years rebuilding the organization. Do some research before you start slandering folks that do good things.