Sir Paul McCartney's wife was ''shocked'' by his track with Kanye West, 'All Day', because of the offensive language throughout.
Sir Paul McCartney's wife was ''shocked'' by 'All Day'.
The 72-year-old musician has revealed NANCY SHEVELL - who he wed in 2011 - isn't a fan of his latest track with Kanye West because of his excessive use of offensive language, which the entrepreneur was unaware was still used.
He explained: ''I think he mentions the N-word about 40 times. It's controversial, I know, especially with the climate in modern-day America.
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The Beatles legend played a small one-off concert at Irving Plaza in the Big Apple on Saturday (14Feb15), and he marked the most romantic day of the year by paying tribute to his partner.
MCCartney dedicated his track My Valentine to Shevell, who was watching from the audience, and red pieces of confetti shaped like rose petals showered the crowd as he played.
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Sir Paul McCartney has revealed he recreated the classic Beatles 'Abbey Road' album cover in a werewolf costume on Halloween.
The 72-year-old musician passed by the world famous recording studio in London while returning home after a Halloween party in October and couldn't resist asking his wife NANCY SHEVELL to photograph him stood on the pedestrian crossing just like he and the rest of The Fab Four did for their classic 1969 LP.
And Paul boasts his monster mask was ''so brilliant it scared a couple'' of my grandkids''.
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Paul McCartney and NANCY SHEVELL - A list celebrities were photographed as they arrive at London Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2015 for the Stella McCartney Green Carpet Challenge Collection in London, United Kingdom - Sunday 14th September 2014
Ringo Starr says his pal and former Beatles bandmate Sir Paul McCartney is ''getting fight'' and ''ready to rock'' after coming down with an illness last month.
The 72-year-old music icon was hospitalised in Tokyo, Japan, for six nights due to a virus last month and had plenty of moral support from his former Beatles bandmate.
Ringo is quoted by the Daily Mirror newspaper as saying: ''I spoke to him while he was in hospital. He said he was doing OK. Now he is getting fight and getting ready to rock.''
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Shevell's estimated £150 million ($225 million) fortune helps rocket the 71 year old up the Music Millionaires List to number four, behind Zomba Group boss Clive Calder, Sir Cameron MACkintosh and Warner Music Group head Len Blavatnik, who tops the rich list with a £10 billion fortune.
The countdown of the 50 wealthiest music men and women in Britain and Ireland also includes Simon Cowell (£300 million/$480 million), Sir Elton John (£260 million/$416 million), Adele (£45 million/$72 million), and the five members of One Direction, who share a £70 million ($112 million) fortune.
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Paul McCartney and NANCY SHEVELL - Paul McCartney, James McCartney, Nancy Shevell and family out at the Clippers game. The Los Angeles Clippers defeated the Los Angeles Lakers by the final score of 120-97 at Staples Center in downtown Los Angeles. - Los Angeles, California, United States - Sunday 6th April 2014
Barbara Walters reportedly played a key role in getting Sir Paul McCartney and Nancy 'Shevell together.
The 'Hey Jude' legend married the trucking company boss in 2011 after four years of dating, and 'The View' host reportedly takes the credit for getting them together at one of her parties.
A source said: ''Barbara was so determined to make it work that she'd call Nancy and coach her on Paul's likes and dislikes. Barbara was quite right - they were ideal for each other. Barbara was right, they were ideal for each other. Now Paul calls Nancy his soul mate.''
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Daft Punk performed a disco mash-up with Stevie Wonder, Pharrell Williams and Chic's Nile Rodgers at the Grammy Awards last night (26.01.14).
The French hitmakers were not seen for the first half of the performance of their hit 'Get Lucky' but appeared midway through as a screen lowered on a fake analogue recording studio to reveal the duo - Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo and Thomas Bangalter - on their decks wearing white suits and their trademark robot helmets.
The super-group then proceeded to play a mash-up to the backing music of 'Get Lucky' which included Daft Punk's 'Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger' and 'Around the World', Chic's 'Le Freak' and Stevie's hit 'Another Star'.
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Sir Paul McCartney only had eyes for his wife Nancy Shevell at Michelle Obama's 50th birthday party on Saturday night (18.01.14), where they danced the night away together.
The couple, who tied the knot in 2011, were among the 500 guests at the US first lady's star-studded bash at the White House in Washington D.C. on Saturday night (18.01.14), where the 'Live and Let Die' hitmaker, 71, declined all other invitations to hit the dance-floor in favour of boogying the night away with his businesswoman spouse, 54.
A source told People.com: ''Sir Paul didn't allow many people to come between him and his bride. He came to party! He pulled his jacket off, put it at Valerie Jarrett's table and then danced away with his wife.''
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Sir Paul McCartney performed with a Japanese Beatles tribute band, The Parrots, to at his wife's birthday bash in Tokyo.
Sir Paul McCartney performed with a Japanese Beatles tribute band at his wife's birthday bash.
The 71-year-old singer took to the stage in Tokyo alongside The Parrots, who are a copycat band, to celebrate NANCY SHEVELL's 54th birthday on November 20.
The musicians were delighted to have the honour of performing alongside Paul for the Beatles' 1964 hit 'I Saw Her Standing There'.
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Sir Paul McCartney sponsored the ''Wimbledon of sumo wrestling'' in Japan after become a fan of the full-contact sport.
Sir Paul McCartney has become the first rock star to sponsor a sumo wrestling tournament in Japan.
The musician is a big fan of the sport and paid to have his name and the cover of his latest album 'New' printed on the flags during the Kyushu Grand Sumo Tournament which was won by Harumafuji last week.
The event, which took place in the city of Fukuoka, is known as the ''Wimbledon of sumo wrestling'', and Paul and wife NANCY SHEVELL went along to watch.
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