As if time had not passed,
Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr met on Thursday night at a party
and both musicians did not stop dancing and joking together, as in their best Beatles days half a century ago.
The former mates of the most famous band in history met at an event on Thursday and showed off some wonderful dance moves that
Ringo himself shared in a video on his social media.
Ringo Starr and Paul McCartney, the two living Beatles who are still friends.
"Man this beautiful day is getting better and better we were at Stella McCartney's roller skating party," Starr, 82, wrote on Twitter.
"What a moment we had with Paul, peace and love."
In the video, McCartney, 80, leans in for a hug as the two dance and clap to Candi Staton
's 1976 disco hit
Young Hearts Run Free .
Ringo Starr and Paul McCartney on the drummer's Twitter post.
The two were on hand at Henson Recording Studios in Los Angeles to celebrate McCartney's daughter, fashion designer
's collaboration with the Adidas brand, according to
But there was someone else who joined the musicians at the party and it was
, the eldest son of another former bandmate, John Lennon, who was assassinated in 1980.
Hollywood artists such as
Anya Taylor-Joy, Kate Hudson, Alicia Keys and Dave Grohl also participated in the party.
Starr and McCartney, who rose to fame as the Fab Four alongside Lennon and George Harrison, have maintained a friendship over the years since the Beatles broke up in the early 1970s. And it's not the first time. time they have an affectionate reunion.
Both recently appeared in the documentary
Abbey Road, If These Walls Could Sing,
directed by another of Paul's daughters,
, where the story of the legendary recording studio in London is told, in the protagonists' own voices.
Ringo Starr, always active with musical projects and charitable causes.
For his part, Starr said that the friendship between them is still ongoing and he confirmed it in 2021 when he spoke to
PEOPLE (The television program)
and at that time he answered in the affirmative when asked if he still considered his fellow Beatles as "his best friends in life."
"Yes. I had dinner with Paul when we were in London last week. We're still friends," Ringo had said.
"We usually talk about how badly dressed he is. We talk about whatever anyone talks about. About food, about football, about music. I don't know why people think we have different things to talk about. We talk about the same thing as everybody talks."
In another interview, the drummer had told the host Jimmy Kimmel on his television show
, around the same time, that he and Paul spoke "regularly" over the FaceTime app.
"I was just in England and we actually saw each other physically," Starr said, later noting that he and his wife Barbara Bach were out for dinner with McCartney and his wife, Nancy Shevell, as well as Harrison's widow, Olivia Harrison.
Friendship with Julian Lennon
Both Paul and Ringo also remain close in their relationship with Julian Lennon, and John's son recently shared a photo of an encounter he had with McCartney, whom he calls "Uncle Paul," at an airport.
Julian Lennon with Paul McCartney on Twitter
At the time, Lennon Jr. had said, "It's amazing who you run into in an airport lounge! None other than Uncle Paul."
That was last November and Julian shared it on his Twitter account: "So lovely, and among so many possibilities!... Grateful."
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