This evening's Access Hollywood television program followed Sir Paul to the Amnesty International Awards ceremony where they were able to ask him a few questions. First, how emotional is is going to be for Sir Paul to sing his 9/11 tribute song, Freedom, just five months after witnessing the attack on New York city, at the pre-Super Bowl festivities before a huge world-wide television audience of an estimated 800 million viewers? Sir Paul replied:"It's a great thing, you know. I mean ... I think freedom is something that sometimes, living in countries we live in, take for granted. And so I'm very proud to stand up for it."And which football team will he be cheering for - the Rams or the Pats?"Well, I once did an album called Ram .... but I'm from England! Hey!" he cheered.Later that evening, Access Hollywood met Sir Paul again. This time it was at the launch of INC campaign and this was Heather's moment. "I'm the background guy," Sir Paul told the press.
Sir Paul admitted that the date has been set for his wedding, but he would not disclose any additional information. Heather, however, put to rest the rumor that the ceremony will take place at Skibo Castle:"It's totally untrue. No, no ... we wouldn't be that original. It's going to probably happen in Disneyland," Heather teased. "I like Mickey Mouse."
(kindly submitted by PLUGGED correspondent Joan M. Hopkins)
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