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Paul McCartney proved that he’s still got “it” on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon when the 71-year-old showcased his many talents.
According to Today, McCartney kicked off the evening with a backstage sketch in which he and the Late Night host accidentally swap accents.
The Beatle says, “This is awful,” while the 39-year-old TV host relished his accent. “Speak for yourself, I sound pretty cool. I sound like a Beatle,” Fallon says. “I can say anything in this accent…anything.”
The pair finally reverse the switch by bumping heads and McCartney mocks Fallon by saying, “Honey Boo Boo” as he walks away.
E! Online reports that famous singer also revealed that he was the first to start a popular trend in photography.
McCartney brought some old Beatles photos to the show and shared one he took of himself. “I invented the selfie,” he joked.
The multi-talented singer-songwriter also took the stage to perform two new songs from his latest album New, “Save Me” and “New.” He also performed The Beatles’ hit “Lady Madonna.”
McCartney’s album New releases on October 15th.
Check out some clips of McCartney's appearance below!