Paul McCartney and Jimmy Fallon Surprise Fans in 30 Rock Elevators

Paul McCartney and Jimmy Fallon Surprise Fans in 30 Rock Elevators

-Hey, guys.
I’m here with Paul McCartney, and today, we’re gonna surprise
some people that are going — think they’re going on a tour
of 30 Rock. Then, the elevator’s gonna
open on the wrong floor, and that’s where we step in. Ready to do this?
-I’m ready. -Okay.
Elevator’s on its way. [ Newspapers rustling ] -[ Chuckles ] -[ Chuckling ] -Oh!
-Ah! [ People screaming ] -[ Speaking indistinctly ] [ Both laugh ] -What?! [ People screaming ] [ Laughter ] -One of them tried to get out. -Hi, guys.
You want to see a magic trick? [ Screaming ] Paul McCartney! [ Screaming ] -Thank you!
Thank you very much! Thank you!
Thank you! [ Applause ] -I thought when I was little, I was gonna marry
Paul McCartney. So that’s the closest
I ever got, and I am thrilled. [ Laughter ] -Wha — -No way! -Oh, yeah way!
-No way! -Ooh!
-That was out! Out! [ Laughter ] -Hi, guys.
How you doing? How are you?
When does the — When does “Egypt Station”
come out? You know,
I’ll take the next one. Sorry.
I love you guys. When does it come out?
-It’s coming out on Friday. [ Screaming ] -Why didn’t you just
tell me that? [ Both laugh ] -That was a good one. -Hi, guys.
-Hi, Jimmy! Oh, my God! -Oh, no, no, no. Take the next one,
take the next one. -I’m going.
-No, no, no, no, no, no! We’re not doing that, no.
We’ll take the next one down. The next one down. -2, 3, 4. ♪ Baby, you can drive my car ♪ ♪ Yes, I’m gonna be a star ♪ ♪ Baby, you can drive my car ♪ ♪ And, baby, I love you ♪ ♪ Beep beep, beep beep,
yeah ♪ ♪ Beep beep, beep beep, yeah ♪ ♪ Beep beep, beep beep, yeah ♪ [ Laughter and applause ] [ Laughter ] ♪ Beep beep, beep beep, yeah ♪ [ Cheers and applause ]

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  1. Just read all the comments. Here's mine.
    I got Paul's autograph outside Allen Touissant's recording studio in New Orleans during Mardi Gras in February 1975. I had just graduated high school in May 1974, so I was 18, and my friend, Mae and I had heard that Paul and Linda were going to be recording right near our homes. We went to the little studio, which looked like just another house in the Gentilly neighborhood, sat on the pavement, and a nice little crowd gathered; but as the day went on, people began leaving. Even the security guard tried to dissuade people saying that he wasn't even sure that Paul was still there. Well, we waited anyway. My best recollection is that at about two a.m., out walk Paul and Linda, headed to a vehicle. Only about five or six of us remained, and he laughed, saying something about our waiting for such a long time. I had no idea that 45 years later, I would do anything to remember exactly what he said. And all I had was a little piece of paper for an autograph! He sat in the car, put the paper on his knee for a writing surface, and signed an autograph for me. Then I took my little Instamatic photo of him. One little unposed picture, he's just sitting half in and half out of the car, telling the few of us hello. My friend didn't even get his autograph. It was like we just wanted to see a Beatle. Well, today, of course, I cherish that photo and autograph. And finally, on May 23, 2019, I sat in the first row of the Smoothie King Center and heard him live for the first time. I sang, screamed, smiled, danced … and forgot the whole world for those three hours. I cried during his song to John. And lighted phones went up all over the arena.
    If I had one thing to say to this heartthrob, whose songs were the backdrop of my life, it would be to tell him how much he has meant to me throughout the struggles of growing up. And I'd also tell him that he didn't need the light shows, the pyrotechnics, the lasers, or whatever … he could have just walked out on stage alone, with his guitar, sat on a stool, and sang or talked for as long as he liked. I, for one, would have been mesmerized just the same. A beautiful man.

  2. Imagine an elevator where you could push a button and chose a flor to meet your favorite celebrities. I would push paul M for sure …..

  3. I like how at 0:26 they old ladies don’t scream as loud for jimmy but when Paul moves his newspaper they scream like the old Beatlemania days

  4. 0:23 I say Hello, hello, hello
    0:31 I don't why you say goodbye

    0:37 I say, "high", you say, "low"

    0:50 Why, why, why, why, why, why, do you say, "Goodbye, goodbye, bye, bye"

  5. The only famous musician and/or celebrities I've ever seen in public, were Eddie Van Halen and Valerie Bertinelli, in a grocery store in Park City, Utah, over 20 years ago. That was a good day. Seeing Paul McCartney like that, suddenly, would be a great day!

  6. Lmfao when Jimmy Fallon appears the ppl be like: “Oh hey it’s Jimmy Fallon!” And then when Paul appears they be like: “HOLY FUCK WAIG WHAT OH MY GOD ITS PAUL MCCARTNEY SCREECH “ XD

  7. In relation to Paul McCartney there are some stories that many say are "CONSPIRATORY" because many believe that the true beatle Paul McCartney died in the distant year of 1966 and was promptly replaced by a SINGLE. Not many books and newspaper articles attest to Paul's death in a car accident at 5 am on Thursday, having suffered a cranial crush and / or beheaded from colliding with another vehicle for not seeing a car. sign close, as would have been told later in the song A Day In The Life: "he blew his mind out in a car… he didn't notice that the lights have changed". In the accident Paul would have lost his face and teeth and as a result it would not have been possible to identify the corpse. In this way the Beatles would have decided to replace it with a double. For this a national Paul McCartney lookalike contest was held and the winner, Willian Campbell or Billy Shears, would have done some later plastic operations to increase his resemblance to the dead Beatle.

  8. 144,000 indictments to be opened JIMBO !!😳


  9. Pity they where all actors in the lift, I actually recognised quite a few I had seen in TV shows /films, typical American, Hollywood nonsense, and by the way that's not even the real Paul Macartney! He died in 66!
    So put that in your bleeding pipe and smoke it!!

  10. That was cool !!! That large male elevator passenger just could not figure out what was going on !!! Must have been another Democrat looking for a handout !!!!

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