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1 January 2020, 12:57 | Updated: 21 January 2020, 12:58

See Johnny Depp look on in awe as The Beatles legend serenades the crew with Maggie Mae in this behind the scenes video.

Remember that time Paul McCartney had a cameo in one of the Pirates Of The Caribbean movies?

Take a look at this clip of the Beatles legend singing behind the scenes on the set Dead Men Tell No Tales, in 2017 while Johnny Depp completely fanboys over him.

Watch it in our video above.

The clip sees Macca serenade the crew with Maggie Mae, which originally featured on his old band's 1970 album Let It Be.

Maggie Mae (Remastered 2009)

The song is actually a traditional Liverpudlian folk song or sea shanty about a prostitute who robbed a sailor.

Huge Beatles fan Johnny Depp looks on in amazement during the candid clip, which the filmmakers describe as "the most emotional moment of the day".

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