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Video: Johnny Depp Rocks 2012 MTV Movie Awards With The Black Keys

June 4, 2012 (4:57 am) GMT
The 'Dark Shadows' actor jams with the Dan Auerbach-fronted band to deliver 'Gold on the Ceiling' after receiving the Generation Award from Steven Tyler and Joe Perry.
Video: Johnny Depp Rocks 2012 MTV Movie Awards With The Black Keys

In addition to receiving the Generation Award at the 2012 MTV Movie Awards which was held on Sunday, June 3, cheered the audience by presenting a rocking musical performance. Strapping on a yellow guitar, the "Pirates of the Caribbean" actor took the stage along with .

Donning a wide-brim cap completed with his trademark cadre of accessories, Depp strummed his guitar as the Dan Auerbach-fronted rock band performed their hit "Gold on the Ceiling". Before delivering the surprise jam, Depp was introduced to the audience by 's and Joe Perry.

"Steven [Tyler] just spit out one of my teeth," said Depp after the performance. "This is an amazing honor. It's like the get out of the business award. Based on the clips there is obviously something wrong with me. And it's an honor to be presented by these legends Stephen and Joe [Perry] and these up and coming legends The Black Keys."

Hosted by British funnyman , this year's MTV Movie Awards took place at the Gibson Amphitheatre in Universal City. The show was opened by a live performance from , who are joined by halfway through the set. also threw a musical performance by singing his hit song "Work Hard, Play Hard".

Johnny Depp and The Black Keys Deliver "Gold on the Ceiling":


Wiz Khalifa Delivers "Work Hard, Play Hard":


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