Hey Beatlepeople!

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Tuesday, August 19, 2008

Thank You Girl

Inspired by the previous post of Paul and his new lady-friend, I decided to post a few of the pics that I have featuring the boys with other lady friends that were not, in fact, actually 'Beatlegirls'....cute.

TWO ABOVE AND THE ONE BELOW: Looks like these fan girls' screaming finally came to good use after all! (The pic of both with George is priceless!)

ABOVE: Paul in 1968 with Diana Ross and the Supremes.
BELOW: John in 1963 havin' a dance with singer Helen Shapiro, who appeared with them in 'Ready, Steady Go!' and also toured with them in the very early days.

ABOVE: French pop singer Sylvie Vartan gettin cozy with Paul's Hofner bass (AND JOHN!) while they were in Paris in 1964.
BELOW: Some very lucky little girl...

ABOVE AND BELOW: One of the deleted scenes from 'Help!' where Paul kinda flirts with this actress... I sorta feel bad for Paulie because his solo scene on 'A Hard Day's Night' was left on the cutting room floor as well...


Meredith said...

I am jealous of these girls.

Maddie said...

Oh. My. Gosh.
You have no idea the lengths I would go to.. AHHH why are the Beatles SO HOT?!

Anonymous said...

Oh, that little girl Paul is kissing is his daughter, Stella. :)

Anonymous said...

It's actually his step sister Ruth McCartney, because as you can see in that picture he's still in his beatle days.

Anonymous said...

I don't like looking at pics of them with other girls! I get so jealous!!
They're just incredibly gorgeous that's what they are ;)
(Yeah he looks too young to have Stella yet. I didn't know he had a step-sister!)

Anonymous said...

Yeah, Paul had a step sister named Ruth. She was born in 1960 and was adopted by his father by marrying her real mother, Paul's stepmother.