Marilyn Manson rocked the house with a little help from Johnny Depp and Taylor Momsen at the 2012 Revolver Magazine Golden Gods Awards. Held at L.A.’s Club Nokia, this Grammies-esque Awards show honoring achievements in hard rock and metal was a blast!

Manson started his set with his now classic single “The Dope Show.” During his performance, The Pretty Reckless’ front woman, Taylor Momsen, joined the shock rocker on stage wearing a black latex buckle skirt. The gossip girl revved up the crowd with a provocative display of  sexuality as she writhed over Manson.

After performing his latest single “No Reflection,” Manson launched into his classic cover of “Sweet Dreams.” As if his duet with Momsen wasn’t enough, Manson took the opportunity to introduced as “my personal saviour, my personal guitar hero,” Johnny Depp, wearing a black cowboy hat and boots, who proceeded to play guitar for the duration of the song. After a few powerful expletives, to hype the crowd into a frenzy, the duo launched into “Beautiful People.”

The winners were:

Best Guitarists: Jinxx and Jake Pitts (Black Veil Brides)
Best Drummer: Jeremy Spencer (Five Finger Death Punch)
Paul Gray Best Bassist: Nikki Sixx (Motley Crue, Sixx:A.M)
Riff Lord: Slash
Comeback of the Year: Slipknot
Best International Band: X Japan
Best Live Band: Avenged Sevenfold
Best Vocalist: Amy Lee (Evanescence)
Most Metal Athlete: CM Punk
Most Dedicated Fans: Avenged Sevenfold
Album of the Year: The Path of Totality by Korn
Golden God: Gene Simmons (Kiss)
Ronnie James Dio Lifetime Achievement Award: Rush

Marilyn Manson with Johnny Depp “The Beautiful People”

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Marilyn Manson rocked the house with a little help from Johnny Depp and Taylor Momsen at the 2012 Revolver Magazine Golden Gods Awards. Held at L.A.'s Club Nokia, this Grammies-esque Awards show honoring achievements in hard rock and metal was a blast! Manson started his set with his now classic single...