Johnny Depp Gives Vanessa Paradis a Standing Ovation
She sang mostly in French during her New York appearance, dedicating one song to "love and fire"
At Vanessa Paradis’s concert Wednesday night in New York City, the audience was filled with fans from France, couples extending their Valentine’s Day love and … Paradis’s own love, Johnny Depp.
Depp, 47, who has two children with Paradis, 38, sat in the front row of the balcony, his eyes fixated on her throughout the two-hour show. She sang mostly in French, dedicating one song to “love and fire,” and producing a beautiful, feminine rendition of Jeff Buckley s “Hallelujah.”
Paradis – focused on the music – thanked her fans repeatedly and swayed sensually to her tunes. At the end of her performance, Depp joined the crowd in a standing ovation, which lasted several minutes. The couple left The Town Hall hand-in-hand, jumping into a private car and waving happily to fans.