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Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr will return to the Ed Sullivan Theater for an interview, 50 years after their band The Beatles performed there, after filming the tribute concert earlier this week.
In addition to performing, McCartney and fellow former member of The Beatles Ringo Starr will accept the 2014 Recording Academy Lifetime Achievement Award.
The 4-minute video shows McCartney singing the catchy tune in a studio as many actors including Johnny Depp and Meryl Streep start appearing around him and enjoying the song.
The former member of The Beatles, who is only allowed to be in the location for 15 minutes, plays four songs
The British musician performs his old hits, including 'Magical Mystery Tour', 'Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da' and 'Junior's Farm' as well as his new tracks off his 'New' album.
ABC says in a release that 'JKL' team 'will close down a quarter-mile of Hollywood Boulevard from Highland Avenue to Sycamore Avenue in order to accommodate as many fans as possible.'
The former member of The Beatles unleashes the DJ Mark Ronson-produced love song ahead of the October 15 release of the album of the same name.
McCartney takes a tour in Presley's mansion and tweets a picture of him leaving a gift in the form of guitar pick on the 'Can't Help Falling in Love' hitmaker's final resting spot.
The former Beatle's $1.05 billion fortune puts him at No. 1 of the Sunday Times' list for the 25th straight year.
The legendary ex-Beatle will go to places he's never been to before when he goes on a mega world tour this year.
Brit acts will take the spotlight at this year's Bonnaroo Festival to take place in Manchester, Tennessee this coming June.
Ex-Beatle Paul McCartney plays 'My Valentine', performs 'Cut Me Some Slack' with Nirvana, and does a comic bit on the highly-popular 'SNL'.
The teaser warns this could be 'the last winter of humankind' as snow can be a terrible weapon on the wrong hand.
An important scene in the 'Amazing Spider-Man' sequel is presumably unveiled in the casting calls which go under the code name of 'London Calling'.
Stepping out without Prince William, the Duchess of Cambridge is all smiles and looks stunning in a green dress when paying tribute to some athletes at BBC's Sports Personality of the Year Awards.