Paul McCartney celebrated Valentine’s Day of 2015 with a surprise, secret concert at Irving Plaza, just off Union Square in New York City.
The crowd of about 1, 000 people included fans like Meryl Streep, Jim Carrey, Eddie Murphy, Chris Rock, Tom Hanks, Kristen Wiig, Lorne Michaels, Tom Hanks, Emma Stone, Bradley Cooper, Leonardo DiCaprio and Olivia Wilde, Steve Buscemi and magician David Blaine.
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A bunch of these fans had been booked to appear with McCartney on Sunday’s “SNL” special.
Paul dedicated a love song to his wife Nancy Shevell, and when he started singing, red confetti came down on the crowd.
McCartney wrote the song “My Valentine, ” in his 2012 album Kisses on the Bottom, about Shevell, who also happens to be second cousin to broadcast journalist Barbara Walters.
But that’s not what the song was about.
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