Paul McCartney Reveals Who Was Paid To Sleep With Him


The Beatles icon Paul McCartney discussed requesting two prostitutes in Las Vegas in a GQ interview.

“There was once when we were in Vegas where the tour guy, a fixer, said, ‘You’re going to Vegas, guys—you want a hooker?’ We were all, ‘Yeah!’ And I requested two. And I had them, and it was a wonderful experience. But that’s the closest I ever came to an orgy. See, the thing is, in the next room I think the guys might have ordered something else off the menu.”

In a CBS interview a few months ago, Paul McCartney discussed co-writing “Hello, Goodbye” with bandmate John Lennon, with whom he began writing songs when they were just teenagers.

McCartney shared with Alfonsi a glimpse into that time. McCartney said when Lennon attended art school parties, he and George Harrison would tag along. In an attempt to look more sophisticated, McCartney says he wore black turtlenecks and sat in a corner, where he strummed a guitar and sang in French. He hoped, unsuccessfully, to impress a girl.

The girl never came, but a new song did.

“Years later, John did say, ‘Remember that crazy little French thing you had?'” McCartney remembers in the video above. “He said, ‘You should finish that.’ So I finished it.'”

That “crazy little French thing” became his song “Michelle.”