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Macca says he has been living the marijuana-free life since 'a long time ago' to become a better role model for his grandchildren.
The Beatles musician was offered a role as Ross' father-in-law and could've appeared in the season 4 finale of the show, but he turned it down.
During the show at London's O2 Arena, Macca also delivered the first live performance of his 1980 song 'Temporary Secretary' off his 'McCartney II' album.
After the British musician explained to West that 'Let It Be' was written after his late mom came to him in a dream, the rapper said he wanted to write a song with his own deceased mother Donda West.
The song, which appears on the group's 1965 album 'Help!', was sung live for the first time while Macca played his first show at Tokyo's Nippon Budoukan in nearly 50 years.
The British singer is playing his first U.S. Arena show in 2015 on June 21 at Philadelphia's Wells Fargo Center.
The 'Wrecking Ball' hitmaker wore a cutout leather dress with only pink, heart-shaped pasties covering her nipples, each of which contained a letter J in honor of Joan's initials.
The Chicago music festival that will run for three days starting July 31 will also feature Charli XCX, FKA Twigs, and The Weeknd among others.
The former model, who was once married to the surviving member of The Beatles, claims he worked with 'Ye and RiRi because he wanted people to remember who he is.
The duo could be seen singing, playing their guitars, and dancing to the tunes while hitting the stage with Jimmy Fallon, James Belushi, and Dan Aykroyd.
In addition to his solo songs, the British singer performs tracks by The Beatles and Wings for a crowd including famous faces like Meryl Streep, Tom Hanks and Emma Stone.
Paul couldn't help himself and jumped out of his seat to clap and sing along to Electric Light Orchestra's performance of 'Evil Woman' during the Grammy Awards.
The singer posts two photos of her posing with Macca, including one showing them being joined by Pearl Jam's guitarist Mike McCready and other instrumentalists.
RiRi, Kanye, and Macca get classy in a black-and-white music video which makes its way out ahead of their upcoming performance at the Grammy Awards.
The Bajan singer shares a behind-the-scenes clip showing her on the filming set with West and McCartney, and discussing why they chose to wear all-denim outfits for the video.