Paul McCartney finally abandons the hair dye and reveals a natural gray in The Tonight Show by Jimmy Fallon

Sir Paul McCartney, 76, (above) has finally abandoned the dye and has been more natural when he appeared in the United States chat The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon.

For years he has refused to accept that his brand locks have turned gray.

But Sir Paul McCartney has finally abandoned the dye and has shown a more natural look.

The singer, 76, had gray hair framing his face, instead of his usual brown, when he appeared on the US talk show The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon.

Dressed in a black shirt and jeans with a blue jacket on top, Sir Paul seemed totally at ease with his new look.

Sir Paul McCartney, 76, (above) has finally abandoned the dye and has been more natural when he appeared in the United States chat The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon.

Sir Paul McCartney, 76, (above) has finally abandoned the dye and has been more natural when he appeared in the United States chat The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon.

The star, who is promoting her new album Egypt Station, also filmed a social media video with her white tufts on display.

Just a few months ago, he still showed dark hair, although in January he had allowed something gray to appear on his sideburns, perhaps as a first step towards a more natural appearance.

On Friday, Sir Paul offered a secret concert at the Grand Central Terminal in New York for guests, including Meryl Streep. The travelers could not see it, but they could listen to their set of 24 songs.

Sir Paul, who released the song Bond Live and Let Die in 1973, performed hits like Let it Be, Can not Buy Me Love, A Hard Day & # 39; s Night and Lady Madonna.

Last week, he finally put rumors about the separation of The Beatles by revealing that it was John Lennon who dissolved the group, not his wife Yoko Ono.

"There was a meeting where John came in and said 'I'm leaving the group' and looking back, he had reached that stage of his life, we all did," said Sir Paul.

Let it be: On the left, a head full of dark hair two years ago in 2016 and right, a touch of gray on the edges earlier this year

Let it be: On the left, a head full of dark hair two years ago in 2016 and right, a touch of gray on the edges earlier this year

Let it be: On the left, a head full of dark hair two years ago in 2016 and right, a touch of gray on the edges earlier this year

Let it be: On the left, a head full of dark hair two years ago in 2016 and right, a touch of gray on the edges earlier this year

Let it be: On the left, a head full of dark hair two years ago in 2016 and right, a touch of gray on the edges earlier this year

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