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Johnny Depp suffers a painful injury and cancels all his projects

After the misty legal process that he went through when suing his ex-wife Amber Heard, Johnny Depp has resumed his musical career with his band Hollywood Vampires, with which he has already scheduled a tour in the United States.

Unfortunately, these presentations will have to be suspended, since Johnny will not be able to stand on stage in the coming months due to a painful ankle injury. This was reported by himself through an official statement on his social networks.

Johnny Depp playing in Hollywood Vampires

Through your account instagramJohnny informed his followers that he will have to postpone his musical projects with the band Hollywood Vampires, made up of Alice Cooper and Joe Perry, since, apparently, the actor had a broken ankle during the 2023 Cannes Film Festival. Although the fracture It’s not that serious, the doctors asked him to rest.

My dear friends. Sorry to say I broke my ankle. It’s inconvenient! It started out as a bit of a break, but somewhere between Cannes and the Royal Albert Hall it got worse instead of better. I have been strongly suggested by several medical professionals to avoid any activity for the time being and unfortunately I am unable to travel.

Hollywood Vampires statement

For its part, the group released a statement informing that three of its presentations will be postponed and rescheduled.

We are sad to announce that the Hollywood Vampires will reschedule all three dates of their US tour next week. Johnny has suffered an ankle injury following his recent appearances and his doctor has advised him not to travel.

He’s devastated by this turn of events, but he’s looking forward to resting so the four Vampires can give it their all on the European tour.

Unsurprisingly, Johnny has received hundreds of supportive comments. While his fans have said they are willing to wait to see him on stage playing electric guitar like the professional he is.

Source: Okchicas

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