Paul McCartney high-fives fans at 'The Beatles' docu world premiere

| Updated: Aug 23, 2017 11:20 IST

London [UK], Sept. 16 (ANI): At 74, the 'The Beatles' singer Paul McCartney defies everything old age can limit, proves his appearance at the London world premiere of Ron Howard's 'The Beatles: Eight Days A Week: The Touring Years.' Joined by another member of the band, Ringo Starr, the English singer-songwriter paid plenty of attention to his fans dashing towards them to give high-fives and flashing a thumbs up to those he couldn't greet, reports the Daily Mail. The pair was reportedly accompanied by their wives, Barbara Bach and Nancy Shevell as they all spent a gala time posing for photographs in front of the world's media. The documentary screening, which features the band's behind-the-scenes footage, interviews and unheard music as it rose to superstardom fifty years ago, saw a star-studded premiere at London's Leicester Square. Olivia Harrison and Yoko Ono, the widows of the deceased members, George Harrison and John Lennon also attended the premiere together. Notable music A-listers attending the celebration include Madonna, Michael Keaton, Terry Gilliam, Michael Palin and Liam Gallagher. (ANI)
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