Beatles Paul And Ringo Reunite For Grammys
Survivng Beatles Sir Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr got back together on stage at this year's Grammys to perform a new song.
Yoko Ono - widow of the late John Lennon - was among those dancing in the audience in Los Angeles as the music legends performed Sir Paul's song Queenie Eye.
Lennon's son Sean danced alongside his mother as McCartney played the piano and Starr took to his drums.
Olivia Harrison, the widow of fellow late Beatle George Harrison, and the wives of Sir Paul and Starr were also at Staples Center for the awards.
After their duet the pair held hands as they embraced and bowed to a standing ovation.
The performance - 50 years after the Beatles first appearance in the US - was only the fourth time they had appeared on stage together since a 2002 concert to honour Harrison.
The Beatles won eight Grammys during their illustrious career, including best new artist in 1964 and album of the year for Sgt Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band in 1967.
They are the best-selling band in history, with more than one billion unit sales worldwide.
Sir Paul, 71, also proved members of the Fab Four can still trump the Rolling Stones when his collaboration with Foo Fighters frontman Dave Grohl, Krist Novoselic and Pat Smear, entitled Cut Me Some Slack, beat the veteran British band's Doom and Gloom to the best rock song award.
After teaming up with Grohl and and former member of Nirvana to perform the song, he said: "It was magic for me playing with these guys.
"I found myself in the middle of a Nirvana reunion and I was very happy."
Earlier in the night Starr, 73, performed his solo offering Photograph and actress Julia Roberts announced the Beatles will receive the 2014 Recording Academy Lifetime Achievement Award next month.
Ono and Harrison later took the stage to present the Grammy for album of the year, which went to French electro duo Daft Punk for Random Access Memories.
The band was joined by Pharrell Williams, Nile Rodgers and Stevie Wonder for a show-stopping performance of record of the year Get Lucky.
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