Johnny Depp has always been a bit of a dark horse, but who would have guessed that he would go as far as to join the dark side's Marilyn Manson? Well, that's exactly what happened at Revolver's Golden Gods Awards. Depp, dressed in rugged hat that he could have easily stolen from the set of one of his Pirates movies, got on stage and joined Manson in to perform the epic "Sweet Dreams."
At first, this may seem like the oddest duo to ever perform together. Depp and Manson... seriously? But think again: It kind of makes sense... in that crazy I-drank-too-much-of-Captain-Jack-Sparrow's-rum kind of way.
Manson, whose real name is Brian Hugh Warner (no, he's NOT The Wonder Years star Josh Saviano, urban legend lovers), built his music career on his Gothic image and loud, depths-of-hell-style singing. His early '90s grim trademark look left his fans itching for more — and still, today, they crave Manson's musical drugs. Manson has the (black) magical ability to capture a crowd and turn them into a group of entranced, swaying, zombie-like victims fit for their own AMC series.