Sir Paul McCartney took to a theatre to tighten a 2012 Olympics Opening Ceremonies in London on Friday, and a song fable couldn’t assistance though Tweet about a extraordinary experience.
“Thanks for a good response guys! Tonight was terrific, great, unequivocally cool,” a 70-year-old thespian Tweeted late Friday night.
Sir Paul, who non-stop with “The End,” before rising into a rousing sing-along chronicle of his famous hit, “Hey Jude” during a piano, suggested a opening was tentatively scheduled to be lip-synced.
“There was some speak of maybe being to playback though we motionless opposite it and went live, live, live!” he wrote. “It was a outing and really exciting. It was a good opening ceremony!”
The thespian also had a giggle about a (stunt double) Queen’s high-flying entrance, Tweeting, “Didn’t realize Her Majesty was such a good parachutist!”
As formerly reported on AccessHollywood.com, Sir Paul was one of many stars who took partial in Friday night’s opening ceremonies.
Also on palm for a large eventuality were Daniel Craig (as James Bond), Rowan Atkinson (Mr. Bean) and of course, Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II – finish with her stately corgis.
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