Nancy Shevell

Paul McCartney Gets Hollywood Walk Of Fame Star

Paul McCartney nabbed a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame Thursday, the last of The Beatles quartet to receive the honor.

“Way back in history, in Liverpool when we were kids … I would have never thought that the day would come when I would get a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame,” he told the cheering crowd gathered to witness the unveiling.

McCartney, who has had a successful solo career since his Beatles days, received the recognition after his bandmates Ringo Starr, the late George Harrison and the late John Lennon all previously landed Hollywood stars.

The band itself even has a star on the Hollywood Boulevard strip, outside the Capitol Records building in downtown Los Angeles.

Dressed casually in jeans, a black jacket and his classic shades, the 69-year-old said Thursday he “couldn’t have done it without three boys … John, George and Ringo,” and added thanks to his supportive family.

McCartney’s new bride, third wife Nancy Shevell, and his son James, 34, were in attendance at the afternoon ceremony.

The English rocker was nominated to receive the star in 1993 but scheduling conflicts prevented him from attending until this year.

He is in Los Angeles in advance of his performance at the 54th annual Grammy Awards Sunday.


Julian Lennon Fuming Over Paul McCartney Wedding Snub

John Lennon’s son Julian is convinced he has been “snubbed” and “ignored” by Paul McCartney after the former Beatle failed to invite him to his recent wedding.

The music legend married American heiress Nancy Shevell in London on October 2nd and followed it up with a second reception in New York later that month.

Lennon claims he wasn’t invited to either of the wedding parties, and alleges he was “snubbed” at the London premiere of Martin Scorsese’s film, George Harrison: Living In The Material World, last month and the five-year anniversary performance of the Beatles musical Love in Las Vegas in June.

A message on Lennon’s personal page, obtained by, was posted on October 23rd, the day after McCartney’s New York wedding reception, and appears to take aim at the veteran star.

The post reads, “Wow… Snubbed at Macca’s wedding, snubbed at the anniversary of LOVE in Vegas! Snubbed at Macca’s wedding reception in NYC, last night.

“Snubbed at George’s film premiere… What have I done to be ignored in such a way?… I was not invited to ANY of these events… I thought we had a relationship… Obviously not… Gimme some truth… Maybe now it’s time to tell the truth… I & my mother will not be eradicated from history… How dare they.”

Julian is Lennon’s son from his first marriage to Cynthia Powell.

Paul McCartney Thanks Fans

Paul McCartney has taken to the Internet to thank fans for their “wonderful greetings” following his wedding to Nancy Shevell, and share photos of the couple’s big day.

The Beatles legend exchanged vows with American heiress at a London registry office last weekend as fans and onlookers cheered on the happy couple and showered them with confetti.

The rocker was inundated with warm messages of support from devotees and he has now expressed his gratitude in a special post on his website.

In a blog post titled Our Wedding Day!, McCartney writes, “Nancy and I want to thank everybody for the wonderful greetings and messages of goodwill that we received. We had a really great day with family and friends; it was relaxed, fun, emotional, heartfelt and a total pleasure for the two of us and everyone involved.”

The usually-private McCartney also published a number of pictures of the newlyweds, before taking the unusual step of clearing up some inaccurate details about his wedding day.

He adds, “You may have read, in the media, some of the details about our happy day but, as not all of what was reported was totally true, here are a couple of corrections for those of you who like to know the truth: It was said that my brother, Mike, was my best man. In fact, it was my lovely son, James, who did me proud. It was also reported that I sang Let It Be and Let Me RollIt at the reception but, in actual fact, that’s not true and I think the reporters may have got confused by hearing a few of my other songs being played by our DJ for the night, Mark Ronson, who, by the way, did a sensational job, keeping us all bopping till the early hours of the morning.”

The marriage is McCartney’s third – his first wife, Linda, died of cancer in 1998, and the star divorced Heather Mills in 2008. Shevell has been married once before.

Sir Paul McCartney’s Neighbors Complain Over Wedding Reception Noise

Sir Paul McCartney and Nancy Shevell were enjoying themselves so much at their wedding reception that neighbours complained about the noise.
The couple recently married in London and held their reception at their home in St John’s Wood.
According to The Sun, council officials asked if they could turn the music down and they did but continued partying until 3am with guests such as Kate Moss.

Sir Paul Mccartney Marries On Lennon’s Birthday

Sir Paul Mccartney married his fiancee Nancy Shevell in London on Sunday (Oct. 9) on the day his late bandmate John Lennon would have turned 71.

The Beatles legend, 69, proposed to New York socialite Shevell in May (11) after four years together, and they became man and wife on Sunday at London’s Westminster registry office at The Old Marylebone Town Hall – the same venue where McCartney married his first wife, Linda.

The couple received a blessing at a local synagogue on Saturday evening (08Oct11) as part of Shevell’s Jewish religion ahead of Sunday’s civil service.

Shevell wore a flower in her hair and a simple white dress reportedly created by MCCartney’s fashion designer daughter Stella, who was among the guests at the nuptials along with the singer’s former Beatles bandmate Ringo Starr.

The star’s younger brother Mike reportedly acted as best man, while McCartney’s daughter Beatrice, seven, from his marriage to Heather Mills, acted as bridesmaid.

The newly-weds were greeted by crowds of fans and well-wishers as they emerged from the venue to a hail of confetti and they smiled and waved to the spectators before heading off.

The reception is said to be taking place at McCartney’s nearby home in St John’s Wood, where workers were seen erecting a marquee in the grounds of the property on Friday (07Oct11). Coloured roses, bags of ice and sound equipment were also seen being delivered to the house.

McCartney has been married twice before – his first wife, Linda, died of cancer in 1998, and the star divorced Mills in 2008. Shevell has been married once before.

Sir Paul McCartney Will Marry In London

Former Beatle, Sir Paul McCartney has posted a notice that he and fiance Nancy Shevell are to marry at the Old Marylebon Town Hall in London.

Bizarrely it’s the same spot he and first wife Linda McCartney married back in 1969. McCartney, 69 and American Shevell, 51, have to wait 16 days after posting the marriage banns before they get a 12 month window to wed.

When writing the banns, Sir Paul reportedly gave his profession as “business executive” as oppose to “rock legend” or perhaps “musical genius”. Multi-millionaire Nancy however was listed as just “executive”.

Sir Paul’s first wife Linda died from breast cancer in 1998 and he divorced his second wife Heather Mills in 2008 following a rocky split and settlement of nearly $50 million.

Third time’s a charm.