Amber Heard Rocks Out at Husband Johnny Depp's Hollywood Vampires Concert
By Raphael Chestang
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Amber Heard was spotted adorably rocking out at her husband's concert on Wednesday night, and ET was there!
Depp joined forces with Alice Cooper and Aerosmith's Joe Perry to debut their supergroup, the Hollywood Vampires at The Roxy Theater on the Sunset Strip, as Heard listened and clapped along in the back.
"From where I was standing, Amber was totally beaming as she watched Johnny," ETonline's Denny Directo said. "She was sipping red wine, bopping around to the music. By the end of the show, she was on her feet."
The band started the show with "Raise the Dead" from their self-titled debut album and singer Ke$ha joined the guys as a guest performer, sharing Cooper's mic to help sing a cover of Led Zeppelin's "Whole Lotta Love."
Wednesday night's show reportedly sold out in 60 seconds. The band plays again at The Roxy on Thursday before jetting to Rio de Janeiro, Brazil for a concert next week.