The 'Lone Ranger' actor has revealed that his 13-year-old daughter Lilly-Rose is moving on from Justin Bieber after meeting the star two years ago.
The 50-year-old actor has revealed that 13-year-old daughter Lilly-Rose is no longer an ardent 'Belieber', despite being treated to a backstage meet and greet with Justin in 2011, as her music tastes are developing.
Speaking to E! News, he said: ''She thinks that Bieber is obviously talented and stuff, but she's now moving into other arenas of music in her life. The sounds are changing now.''
Johnny is a huge music fan himself - he famously played slide guitar on the Oasis song 'Fade In-Out' from their 1997 album 'Be Here Now' - but his daughter is too embarrassed to go to concerts with him.
He said: ''She prefers I didn't go to concerts with her, especially don't take her to concerts. That's out of the question.''
After Lily-Rose met Justin, Johnny - who also has a son Jack, 11, with his ex-partner Vanessa Paradis - admitted he was baffled by the effect the 'Baby' hitmaker had on his daughter.
He previously said: ''It was quite astonishing to see your child in this kind of like frozen [state]''
Johnny is currently promoting his new Western movie 'The Lone Ranger' - in which he plays Native American Tonto opposite Armie Hammer, the movie's titular character.