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The serious helicopter incident that almost got Mecca and Nancy Shevell in a fatal crash is currently under investigation by Air Accidents Investigation Branch.
Witnessed by his family members, the 70-year-old former Beatle received the Legion of Honour from French president.
Paul McCartney closes the opening ceremony of the London 2012 Olympics with a sing-along of 'Hey Jude'.
The music that will be performed during the opening and closing ceremonies of the Olympics will be released right after the events.
Mark Ronson is rumored to be the producer of the Beatle's sixteenth album which will have more contemporary sound.
One of the guitarists, Steve Van Zandt, ranted, 'We would have been off by 11 if we'd done one more. On a Saturday night! Who were we disturbing?'
The former member of the Fab Four says, 'I've been having cardiovascular exercise for years but it's on stage.'
The 'My Valentine' crooner reveals to BBC Radio that he has been booked to close the opening ceremony of the summer games on July 27.
The vampire Barnabas of 'Dark Shadows' acknowledges his mistake as saying, 'Apparently instead of signing 'love,' I might've signed 'murder'.'
Before her sister Julia testifies that William Balfour threatened to kill her and her family, the 'American Idol' alum recalls that she had repeatedly warned her sister not to marry him.
A follow up to 2002's Grammy-nominated 'The Bathroom Wall', the album is called 'Blow Your Pants Off' and is slated to come out in summer.
An ASL expert points out the flaw in the sign language delivered by the Mad Hatter of 'Alice in Wonderland', saying 'His middle finger should have been reversed.'
In the black and white videos, the 'Dark Shadows' star and the 'No Strings Attached' beauty deliver lyrics of 'My Valentine' using sign language.
The Mad Hatter of 'Alice in Wonderland' holds a guitar while reciting the lyrics of the song to the camera using sign language.
The yet-to-be-titled biopic will be based on Howard Bryant's biography book that follows Aaron's struggle to break Babe Ruth's home run record from 1972 to 1974.