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Sir Paul McCartney has appealed to countries throughout the world to end all kinds of cosmetics tests on animals. Sir Paul McCartney, the former Beatle star and the long time BUAV supporter, has acclaimed the animal organization’s successful crusade to secure animal testing ban for all kinds of cosmetics in the European Union. Now he is backing Cruelty Free International’s campaign for a worldwide ban on cosmetics tests on animals.
According to reports, Sir Paul McCartney stated that he has supported Cruelty Free International’s founding organization, the BUAV for several years with their campaign to stop cosmetics testing on animals. He is very proud to be part of the historic event and he also congratulated Cruelty Free International for their success in taking the cruelty out of beauty throughout the European Union.
He added that together they have made a big difference, yet animals continue to suffer as more than 80 percent of the world still lets cosmetics testing on animals. He is now supporting Cruelty Free International with their campaign to seek a worldwide ban to make sure that animals do not suffer for the sake of beauty anywhere in the world.
Sir Paul McCartney is one of the celeb supporters of Cruelty Free International. Other include Joss Stone; as well as Global Ambassadors Ricky Gervais and Peter Dinklage.
Music artist Paul McCartney has put all his acting skills on a live show of the United States comedy called `30 Rock`.
The Beatles made an appearance in this popular television show, and is seen slapping Alec Baldwin in the face, stated a leading entertainment website.
Later Alec tweeted: “To be slapped on live TV by Sir Paul… File that in my diary under perfect,”
The fifty four year actor has been portraying the character of Jack Donaghy on popular NBC sitcom from the year 2006, getting critical reactions for his performance and he has also won 2 Emmy Awards, 3 Golden Globe Awards as well as 7 Screen Actors Guild Awards for his work on this popular show.
Recently, Paul McCartney declared on his website that his June gig in Poland is the very first stop of his new tour called – ‘Out There!’ His worldwide tours will include many cities that he had never performed before.
This declaration confirmed that he would perform singles which span his whole career, including his recordings as a solo music artist, as a Beatle and Wings member.
Paul also revealed a new album is “in the works”. It is very clear that 2013 is going to be as busy a year for Paul as 2012. Previous year, he finished his ‘On The Run’ tour as well as he released his album named Kisses On The Bottom. He also played that at the opening ceremony of the Olympic Games 2012.
At present, there are just 2 confirmed dates for the ‘Out There’ tour. It will be in Austria and Poland but it is expected that further dates will be revealed in his website.
Antique Music Video Score: 5 / 5
Sir Paul McCartney grabbed a Grammy for Kisses on the Bottom, which is his seventeenth, and 1st for an song album of new recorded tracks since Let It Be by The Beatles in the year 1971. Paul McCartney got his very 1st Grammy award for the album of new material after his days with Beatles at last night’s Grammy awards ceremony.
The British star picked up the Grammy for the Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album for album Kisses on the Bottom that was released previous year. Even though this new album mostly have covers of traditional pop tracks as well as jazz standards, this is still the very first album of newly recorded tracks to get McCartney an award since The Beatles got for Let It Be in 1971.
In the 42 years, Paul McCartney has got Grammy awards for single tracks, and for a reprint of Wings album Band on the Run.
Previous night’s Grammy win took the seventy year old singer’s number of Grammy awards win to seventeen, placing him in 9th on the overall winner’s list, along wilt Eric Clapton, Beyoncé and Ray Charles. Sir Georg Solti, the late Hungarian conductor, keeps the record for the most number of Grammy award wins with thirty one – succeed by Quincy Jones and Alison Krauss. Both of them have won twenty seven Grammy awards.