Friday, August 20, 2021

The elite

Paul McCartney throws star-studded Hamptons party

Paul McCartney
Paul McCartney’s partygoers danced to hits including The Jackson 5’s “ABC” and Queen’s “We Will Rock You.”
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Could’ve been one hell of a jam sesh.

Paul McCartney hosted a intimate bash at his Hamptons home on Thursday night, inviting his A-list pals including Chris Martin, Jon Bon Jovi, Jimmy Fallon and Alec Baldwin.

The Beatle was snapped leaning up against a car earlier in the day as he set up for his guests. He was wearing joggers, a hoodie and a white shirt as he chatted with staff. 

Jon Bon Jovi
Jon Bon Jovi threw up a peace sign as he exited the party.
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The dress code for the night seemed to be casual, as Fallon, 46, wore a sport coat and pants and the Coldplay rocker, 44, wore a sweatshirt and pants.

The “Livin’ on a Prayer” singer, 59, wore a black button-down and jeans and his wife, Dorothea Hurley, wore a floral maxi dress.

Jimmy Buffett and Izak Senbahar, who threw McCartney’s daughter Mary a dinner for her book launch in 2018 — were also on hand to celebrate.

Alec Baldwin
Alec Baldwin arrived solo to the party.
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We’re told The Beatles’ “Hey Jude” could be heard playing from inside the bash.

Partygoers also danced to The Jackson 5’s “ABC,” Queen’s “We Will Rock You” and closed the night out with “Empire State of Mind” by Jay-Z and Alicia Keys.

Jimmy Fallon, Jimmy Buffett
Jimmy Fallon and Jimmy Buffett shared a hug.
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Surely, songs from his newest album, “McCartney III,” got his friends dancing as well.

While it is unclear if McCartney wore his face mask the whole night, he said in December 2020 that he was a fan of the accessory-turned-necessity.

Jimmy Fallon
Jimmy Fallon was all smiles leaving the party.
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“We love the mask,” he told Howard Stern on his SiriusXM show. “I walked into work today wearing a mask, you know, looking at everyone. Looking them right in the eye. ‘Hello. You don’t know who this is. Do you know who I think I am?'”

He admitted that he was happy the anonymity let him “go anywhere and do anything.”

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