Ringo Starr has scrapped his ban on handing out autographs to fans - he's offering up signed drumsticks as prizes in a competition.
The Beatles legend famously announced in a video message in 2008 that he would no longer be fulfilling the thousands of requests for autographs that pour in via his website.
He later explained he introduced the ban because he was sick of unscrupulous fans obtaining a signature and then selling it on internet auction website eBay.
But Starr has now backed down and is asking his supporters to send in their photographs from his recent All Starr Band tour - and the best will win signed pairs of drumsticks.
He says, "Whatever you send you don't get back, just remember that, OK? I mean that with peace and love."