Paul McCartney has revealed that he and Beatles bandmate John Lennon once indulged in group masturbation during their rise to fame, while fantastising over Brigitte Bardot's pinup.
In a revealing interview with GQ magazine, the legendary rocker, 76, admitted that he and a small group of friends spent time at John's house, when they all decided to take pleasure in facing one another.
He remembered: & # 39; And instead of joking drunk and partying, I do not even know if we stayed or something, we were all in these chairs, and the lights were off, and someone started masturbating, so everyone did . & # 39;
Revelation: Paul McCartney revealed in a new interview with GQ magazine that he and his Beatles bandmate, John Lennon, once allowed themselves a group masturbation session while thinking of the siren on the Brigitte Bardot screen.
Paul explained that they were encouraging each other by shouting names to help them stay excited.
He remembered: "We were just", Brigitte Bardot! Whoo! "And then everyone would crash a little more."
However, the mood was killed when Lennon shouted the name of Winston Churchill as a joke.
Paul continued: "There are so many things like when you're a child you look back and do it," Did we do that? "But it was good and harmless fun, it did not hurt anyone, not even Brigitte Bardot.
Activity: The legendary musician admitted that he and a small group of friends visited John Lennon, in the 1963 photo, at his home, where they enjoyed the activity spontaneously
And the revelations did not end there, since Paul responded to a quote from John, who was murdered in front of his house in New York in 1980, which said: "There was nothing about the orgies and the past that happened on the tour" . .
Paul sincerely admitted: "There were not really orgies, as far as I know, there were sexual encounters of a heavenly kind, and there were groupies."
Speaking of his own obscene past in the band, he admitted to having a trio with two prostitutes in Las Vegas, but he said that orgies do not [his] thing & # 39;
His inspiration: Paul remembered: "Simply," Brigitte Bardot! Whoo! "And then everyone would crash a little more." The pin-up is represented in 1965
He said: "There was once, when we were in Las Vegas, where the guy on the tour, an artilleryman, said:" You go to Las Vegas, guys, do you want a prostitute? "We were all," Yes! "And I asked for two, and I had them, and it was a wonderful experience, but that's the closest I've come to an orgy.
During the interview, the British musician spoke about his unusual writing sessions with Kanye West and his repentance for Amy Winehouse.
In 2015, Macca won his most successful single on the Billboard Hot 100 list in the United States since 1985 with the collaboration of Kanye West and Rihanna, FourFive Seconds, which reached number four.
He and West met for the first time in 2008 at the European MTV awards in Liverpool, where he said the couple joined their recent romance failures.
Icon: During her interview, she opened up about her wild past with The Beatles, her unusual writing sessions with Kanye West and her repentance for Amy Winehouse
Rude confession: talking about his own obscene past at The Beatles, he admitted to having a trio with two prostitutes in Las Vegas, but said that orgies "were not his thing" (up with his bandmates in 1966)
He said: I just went through my divorce, and I was kind of annoyed about that, and I told him something about him, and he had just broken up with someone, and he just pulled out his phone and played this great little clue & # 39;
Six years later, Paul received the news that Kanye wanted to write with him, which he accepted only if it was kept secret.
They found themselves in a bungalow just around the corner from the Beverly Hills Hotel in Los Angeles, and Paul admitted that he found the writing sessions "puzzling."
Revealing that Kanye creates a "set of ingredients" instead of writing a song in the traditional way, the couple talked a lot, with Macca playing a small piano and an acoustic guitar.
Bond: Paul and Kanye West met for the first time in 2008 at the European MTV awards in Liverpool, where he said the pair joined their recent romance failures.
Going away thinking that they had "really done nothing", but that Kanye was "a very interesting guy", Paul did not listen to anything for months, before the results began to leak to him.
The first song was Kanye's tribute to his mother, Only One, but the second song, FourFive seconds left him confused.
The singer of Help said he loved the song, but had to call to ask if he was in it.
Soon the riff that formed the center of the song arose, it was a piece that had played on the acoustic guitar that had accelerated and raised in tone.
He also realized that the accompanying voices of similar tone were also him.
Unusual: the couple co-wrote the worldwide hit FourFive Seconds, but Macca admitted that he had to ask if he was on the track after some unusual writing sessions.
When asked: & # 39; You had to ask someone what it meant & # 39; four five seconds of flight & # 39; Macca replied: "Wilding", "Yes," he says. "But my stepson knew, he has the hip-hop talk: Wilding … Oh yeah, that's like going crazy and those things. & # 39;
He paid tribute to Rihanna, saying, "I mean, Rihanna is something else, she's great, so it was a great emotion, really, I loved it, I feel a kind of privilege that they think I'm worthy of their world. worthy of my world, but I did not know what they thought would fit.
The leader of the Wings gave him a sincere look at his early days at The Beatles, including the antics the group used to do with the fans on the day.
Speaking of other vices in the band, Macca said he was the last of the "Fab Four" to take acid, but admitted he would not be tempted now.
Hot Strike: He paid tribute to Rihanna, saying, "I mean, Rihanna is something else, she's great, so it was a great emotion, really.
Regret: The Let It Be singer said of Amy Winehouse: "I knew I had a problem, and I ended up just waving, she said hello, but then I thought that I really should have run after her" Hey, Amy, listen, you're very good & # 39;
He said: & # 39; Well. They asked me the other day, and I thought, you know what, I have the grandchildren and those things. Enough is already happening. I'm fine. & # 39; & # 39;
He added: "I'm not ruling it out."
Talking about the writing process of many of the band's successes, what happened with John Lennon, he said: "We never left a dry writing session, no matter how many hours we spent together writing, we always went out with songs."
Opening one of the band's iconic songs, Paul said he had woken up one day with the melody in his head.
Friends forever: talking about the writing of many of the band's successes, which happened with John Lennon, he said: "We never left a dry writing session, it does not matter how many hours we spent together writing, we always came out with songs." represented in 1966)
Unable to think of the words, he humorously revealed that the song was known as "scrambled eggs". for a few months after having blocked the chords.
The singer of Let It Be also spoke of her repentance when she met Amy Winehouse in 2008, three years before her tragic death.
He said: "I knew she had a problem, and I ended up just waving, she said hello, but then I thought that I should really have run after her" Hey, Amy, listen, you're really good, I really hope that … – and say something that broke the despair.
Now: the complete interview with Paul can be found in the latest issue of American GQ
"And she would remember and think:" Oh, yes, I'm fine, I have a life to lead. "But you always have those little regrets.
Sir Paul McCartney returned to where he began his musical career in July with a concert at the Cavern Club in Liverpool, more than six decades after the band took the stage for the first time.
The legendary musician sent the fans into a frenzy as he rocked on stage during the exclusive concert, which was held at the famous Mathew Street venue, Liverpool, at 2pm.
The fans went crazy as they made their way through a list of 24 two-hour songs on the site that included Love Me Do, Get Back, Sgt. Pepper & Lonely Hearts Club Band, Helter Skelter and Lady Madonna.
Showing his appreciation for being back in the historic place, the Beatles singer addressed the animated crowd with: Liverpool, Cavern & # 39; Those are two words that go well together. "
& # 39; Here we start with a jam, come on. & # 39;
The veteran musician recently released his 18th solo studio album, Egypt Station.
Full interview of Real Paul McCartney in the latest edition of American GQ, now.
Return: Sir Paul McCartney returned to where he began his musical career in July with a concert at the Cavern Club in Liverpool: more than six decades after the band took the stage (performing at Roundhouse in November 2017)