We all know Paul McCartney has tons of famous friends, and coincidentally, many of them appear in the video for his latest single, "Queenie Eye." The clip debuted today and features Sir Paul playing the catchy song — which was inspired by a street game he played as a kid in Liverpool — at the historic Abbey Road Studios in London. While he performs, stars like Meryl Streep, Jeremy Irons, Jude Law, and Sean Penn pop up to watch the iconic rocker, but it's a supersexy Johnny Depp (sitting at the base of Paul's baby grand) and the equally hot Kate Moss (dancing on top of it) that really make the video worth watching for us. The former couple, who famously dated in the early '90s, likely haven't been in the same room since their breakup in 1998, so it's kind of amazing to see them together, even though they actually shot their scenes separately.
See our exclusive details about Paul McCartney's star-studded "Queenie Eye" video, as well as behind-the-scenes footage, when you keep reading.
News about the video and its stars has been circling for weeks, and we have exclusive details about the shoot, which took place over Oct. 1 and Oct. 2. Paul solicited producer Kate Driver to contact celebrities who already happened to be in London, and some of them signed on with only a day's notice. The video was shot in Studio Two at Abbey Road, and the talent was told to show up in their own clothes and to wear whatever they wanted. A source tells us that there was "a real jam-session feel" on the superrelaxed set. Also on hand for the shoot was Paul's photographer daughter, Mary, who snapped photos of the fun. Earlier today, Paul teased the video's debut by tweeting a photo of one of Mary's shots — himself with a clean-shaven Johnny, sitting by his famous piano.
— Additional reporting by Lindsay Miller