Johnny Depp bid farewell to the legendary Pogues lead singer Shane MacGowan, as during the emotional funeral at Saint Mary of the Rosary Church in Nenagh, Co Tipperary.
In an emotional gesture, the Pirates of the Caribbean actor tenderly patted late friend MacGowan's coffin.
MacGowan, renowned for the iconic Christmas classic The Fairytale of New York, passed away last week after battling pneumonia.
The ceremony, which took place on December 8, drew a star-studded crowd, including prominent figures like Nick Cave and Bob Geldof.
Depp, a close friend of MacGowan, played a significant role in the service, reading the prayers of the faithful and visibly expressing his grief.
During the funeral, MacGowan's widow, Victoria Mary Clarke, revealed a touching moment between the late singer and Depp.
She shared that the hitmaker had encouraged Depp to forgive his ex-wife, Amber Heard, during a court case involving the former couple.
Clarke expressed her hope that Depp had found forgiveness, acknowledging the complexity of the legal battles and public disputes that unfolded after Depp and Heard's tumultuous 15-month marriage.
The ceremony featured heartfelt tributes, musical performances, and an opening speech by former Sinn Fein leader Gerry Adams, praising MacGowan's musical genius and ensuring that his legacy would endure.
The mourners, holding photographs of MacGowan, sang iconic songs like Dirty Old Town and Fairytale of New York, creating a memorable farewell to the beloved Irish music legend.
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