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Sir Paul McCartney on Beatles’ sex lives: Closest I got to an orgy was wonderful experience with two hookers

Sir Paul McCartney on Beatles’ sex lives: Closest I got to an orgy was wonderful experience with two hookers

Sir Paul McCartney has said he was never into orgies – but he did once have a “wonderful experience” with two hookers in Las Vegas. The rock legend, 76, was responding to late bandmate John Lennon’s claim that The Beatles regularly held group romps during their tours. He said: “There weren’t really orgies, to my knowledge. There were sexual encounters of the celestial kind and there were groupies. I’m just not into orgies. I don’t want anyone else there. It ruins it!”

But speaking to GQ, he told of a menage a trois he had when the group toured the US – and how he believes John, George Harrison and Ringo Starr were up to similar things in adjoining hotel rooms. Sir Paul McCartney has been setting the record straight about the Beatles’ sex lives. Sir Paul said: “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. So that would figure if John was saying, yeah, it was all bacchanalian.

Macca says he wasn’t interested in orgies. “I think John was a little more that way, because thinking back, I remember there was someone in a club that he’d met, and they’d gone back to the house because the wife fancied John, wanted to have sex with him. “So that happened and John discovered the husband was watching. That was called ‘kinky’ in those days. So I think maybe John experienced a bit more of that than I did. “I just didn’t fancy it, that kind of thing. Someone else’s wife? I definitely wouldn’t want the husband to know. You know, that seems sensible to me.” Read More The Beatles had groupies queueing up to sleep with them

Sir Paul, who wed third wife Nancy Shevell in 2011, believes he and John would have a good relationship now if he were still alive, adding that it “would have just got better and better as we matured”. He said: “I think John would have loosened up a hell of a lot.” Sir Paul recently used Auto-Tune on his vocals for a track and said he reckons John, who was shot dead by crazed fan Mark Chapman in 1980, would have enjoyed experimenting with the device. He said: “If we’d had this in the Beatles, we’d have been – John, particularly – would be so all over it. All his freaking records would be… You can’t be so straitlaced to not expose yourself to experiences in life.” Sir Paul also claims the National Trust made him pay an entrance fee to visit his childhood home when he filmed a Carpool Karaoke skit there with James Corden.

 

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Emma Jones
Emma Jones is an entertainment journalist for UKCelebrityNews and other magazines. The author or coauthor of ten books, Emma has sold several million copies since 2006. She worked for eleven years as a writer and editor at the national news biweekly WORLD magazine.