Madonna Joins Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr for a Beatles Reunion in London
We’ve certainly been waiting for this moment to arise. Former Beatles members Sir Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr joined together for an epic reunion Thursday night in London, and none other than Madonna, the Queen of Pop, was there to celebrate.
The boys brought the band together again at the premiere of a new documentary about the Fab Four, The Beatles: Eight Days a Week. Filmmaker Ron Howard delves into the raving touring years of the band as they traveled from Liverpool, England, across the globe in the new movie.
The remaining members of the band, McCartney and Starr, also reunited for some classic photos on the eve of the documentary’s release.
Paul and @RingoStarrMusic photographed at a promotional day at @AbbeyRoadStudios on Wednesday 14th September on the eve of the cinematic release of the new @RealRonHoward documentary #thebeatleseightdaysaweek. The pair will attend the premiere in London’s Leicester Square on Thursday 15th September. The film also opens worldwide on the same date. Photo credit: MPL Communications/Charlie Gray @thebeatles #PaulMcCartney #RingoStarr #JohnLennon #GeorgeHarrison #TheBeatles
Paul @ringostarrmusic and @realronhoward photographed at a promotional day at @abbeyroadstudios on Wednesday 14th September on the eve of the cinematic release of the new Ron Howard documentary #thebeatleseightdaysaweek They will attend the premiere in London’s #LeicesterSquare tonight with the film also opening worldwide @thebeatles #TheBeatlesPremiere #PaulMcCartney #RingoStarr #JohnLennon #GeorgeHarrison #TheBeatles Photo credit: MPL Communications/Charlie Gray
These two weren’t the only icons who stepped out on Thursday for the film’s premiere. Madonna was also in attendance, singing a tribute to the Beatles on the way to the premiere with a rendition of “A Hard Day’s Night” on Instagram.
The superstar stunned at the premiere in a white and navy button-up dress, chunky booties, and a stack of necklaces, including a gold “M” pendant form Jennifer Fisher.
If you need us, we’ll be over here daydreaming about a Beatles/Madonna collab.