After winning the defamation trial, Johnny Depp joined guitarist Jeff Beck on tour.
Depp was pictured leaving a pricey hotel, 100 Queen's Gate Hotel London, as his bags were placed into a van.
A fan gave the actor two pirate hats, and he seemed pleased.
Depp first joined Beck on Monday and Tuesday as the musician played in Royal Albert Hall in west London. The duo then surprised fans in Sheffield City Hall.
The rumors claim that Depp and Beck will continue playing through Gateshead, Manchester, York, and Glasgow.
Johnny was spotted in Newcastle in a pub, enjoying himself with friends and fans.
However, some of Beck's fans complained, saying that Depp "took away so much." They said they "did not come here to see Depp."
Music critic Neil McCormick wrote: "[Depp] may not be the greatest vocalist, but he knows how to deliver a song."
He added that "Depp's presence added pizzazz and created a space for Beck to shine more brightly."
Austin Delord, a Beck fan, said:
"Too much Johnny Depp, we did not come here to see him. Bit of a publicity stunt, he did not bring much to the party, but he took away so much from Beck."
Francesca Cox, who was at the gig, said:
"It was cool, unexpected. I preferred what was before."
Some Beck fans were frustrated that Depp was enjoying playing in England while Amber HEard was "hiding from death threats."
One of them is Dr. Charlotte Proudman, a British barrister.
However, the majority of Beck fans are thrilled.
Angela Flannery, 38, from Southend-on-Sea, southeast England, said that Depp's appearance on stage was pretty shocking, adding, "I have always been a massive fan of his."
"My other half took me to this gig just to see Jeff Beck, I had no idea Johnny would be playing."
"It was brilliant, such a fantastic night in general... a special mention to the drummer girl, she was absolutely amazing (and) Johnny Depp smashed it."
"I'll die happy (that) I've been in the same room as him now."
During his second night in London, Depp was joined by Kate Moss, who was a witness during the defamation trial against his ex-wife, Heard.
Moss was joined inside by former TV personality Sharon Osborne, 69.
The jury of seven concluded that Johnny Depp was defamed on all three counts and rewarded him with 10 million dollars.
Amber Heard won on one count and will receive two million.