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Topic 16 of 100: Sir Paul McCartney

Tue, Dec 31, 1996 (09:48) | Paul Terry Walhus (terry)
I heard it on the news today, oh boy.

Paul has been knighted by the British Empire. It's now
"Sir Paul McCartney".

Congratulations Paul. And nice gesture to dedicate this to
the rest of the Beatles.

Let's talk about one my my favorite musicians, and a vegetarian,
Paul McCartney. And Linda's a veggie too!
52 responses total.

 Topic 16 of 100 [music]: Sir Paul McCartney
 Response 1 of 52:   (maddog) * Tue, Dec 31, 1996 (10:21) * 9 lines 
 
Weren't all of the Beatles knighted way back when,
only to refuse it at the time?
(probably John's idea, that radical)

or were those just some sort of medals they wouldn't accept?
I remember something about that when I was young....
(which isn't saying much, because I don't remember much else - even last week!)

Anyhow, I'll still think of those two as "Mr Eastman" and "Mr Ono" (heheheh)


 Topic 16 of 100 [music]: Sir Paul McCartney
 Response 2 of 52: Paul Terry Walhus (terry) * Tue, Dec 31, 1996 (10:25) * 7 lines 
 
If you have a favorite Beatles site, please email the person in charge there
and ask them to please add a link to this topic. Tell them to add this link:

http://www.spring.com/yapp-bin/public/read/music/16

Let's see if we can pump up this topic and start to grow our music conference.
(my pep talk for the day).


 Topic 16 of 100 [music]: Sir Paul McCartney
 Response 3 of 52: Paul Terry Walhus (terry) * Tue, Dec 31, 1996 (10:27) * 10 lines 
 
If you don't have a 'fave Paul McCartney site, you can
to to http://www.yahoo.com and do a search for paul mccartney!

Then find their email and tell them about the above link.

I'm going to encourage the folks using the Spring to do this
same kind of thing all over the Spring so that we can build some
real traffic here.

Let's make the Spring juicy!


 Topic 16 of 100 [music]: Sir Paul McCartney
 Response 4 of 52: Josh Daniel  (joshd) * Thu, Jan  9, 1997 (22:11) * 1 lines 
 
I think is referring to the time when the Beatles were awarded the OBE (I think)--Order of the British Empire, or something to that effect.


 Topic 16 of 100 [music]: Sir Paul McCartney
 Response 5 of 52: nick a'hannay  (pmnh) * Fri, Nov  7, 1997 (22:34) * 2 lines 
 
The Beatles did, indeed, receive the Order of the British Empire, and it caused something of a furor at the time, among many prior recipients (an anal retentive lot, to be sure). Read once that the day they received it, they wandered about Buckingham Palace searching for young Prince Charlie (then about 16 years old)- they were determined to turn him on. It could only have improved his disposition, but unfortunately, he was not about that day...
I've always thought the deification of Lennon, at the expense of McCartney, was bogus. As much as I love John, Paul simply wrote superior songs, by and large- and he had one of the best "rocking" voices I've heard, which he but rarely gets credit for (i.e., "Helter Skelter", "Back in the USSR", "Birthday", "Get Back", many others). And without his discipline and ambition, there never would have been a Beatles, either (and John would most likely have wound up swabbing a deck somewhere, or in prison)...


 Topic 16 of 100 [music]: Sir Paul McCartney
 Response 6 of 52: Paul Terry Walhus (terry) * Fri, Nov  7, 1997 (23:34) * 2 lines 
 
I hear he's doing something on a Princess Diana tribute album
or something. I wonder if he'll be cutting more albums?


 Topic 16 of 100 [music]: Sir Paul McCartney
 Response 7 of 52: nick a'hannay  (pmnh) * Sat, Nov  8, 1997 (02:46) * 1 lines 
 
McCartney will stop cutting records around the time he cuts his third set of teeth (sorry, stole that from Raymond Chandler- couldn't help it, nearly 3am and all- sense of irony became dysfunctional about an hour ago). I'm sure he's working on something. The last record wasn't half bad, though I confess I haven't yet bought it...


 Topic 16 of 100 [music]: Sir Paul McCartney
 Response 8 of 52: Paul Terry Walhus (terry) * Sat, Nov  8, 1997 (08:42) * 2 lines 
 
What's it called?



 Topic 16 of 100 [music]: Sir Paul McCartney
 Response 9 of 52: nick a'hannay  (pmnh) * Sat, Nov  8, 1997 (13:02) * 1 lines 
 
Embarrassed to say I don't remember. A friend of mine bought it, and I listened to it, and I've heard a few cuts on the radio, as well. It was really pretty good. If I'm not mistaken, Jeff Lynne handled at least some of the production...


 Topic 16 of 100 [music]: Sir Paul McCartney
 Response 10 of 52: Paul Terry Walhus  (terry) * Sat, Nov  8, 1997 (13:42) * 5 lines 
 
What's your favorite of the post Beatle McCartney Albums.

I think it's cool that Linda and Paul are vegetarians and
put out a vegetarian cookbook.



 Topic 16 of 100 [music]: Sir Paul McCartney
 Response 11 of 52: nick a'hannay  (pmnh) * Sun, Nov  9, 1997 (06:04) * 3 lines 
 
I guess Ram and Band on the Run are the best quality LPs he's made- though (and I truly hate to admit this) neither is nearly as satisfying as Lennon's Double Fantasy, or even Plastic Ono Band. I suppose the creation of art really requires inner turmoil, and Mac has become too well adjusted a person, maybe, to continue creating it at his pre-1970 level. Actually heard him admit, not long ago in an interview, that Lennon's music since the break-up was edgier, and of better quality. He also added that if
the cost of continuing to create that level of music was to live as basically an unhappy a life as John had, he would (did) happily forego it. And have you ever considered not only the quality, but the volume of it, that McCartney created during the 5 year period ('64 to '69) the Beatles reigned? How many songs can one man have in him, anyway? On balance, I believe his output still exceeds Lennon's- and, as I said before, actually made Lennon's possible.
And I think the vegetarian thing is cool, too- and Mac was sort of ahead of the curve on that one, wasn't he? I've tried it myself, several times, but can't seem to shake dark, carnivorous aspect of my nature...(maybe hypnotism? Dietary therapy?)


 Topic 16 of 100 [music]: Sir Paul McCartney
 Response 12 of 52: Paul Terry Walhus (terry) * Sun, Nov  9, 1997 (09:33) * 4 lines 
 
How many post Beatles albums has Paul cut? Can Linda sing or
play music?




 Topic 16 of 100 [music]: Sir Paul McCartney
 Response 13 of 52: nick a'hannay  (pmnh) * Mon, Nov 10, 1997 (01:01) * 1 lines 
 
About twenty, I would estimate. And I've seen no evidence that Linda Mac can do anything creative, beyond making Paul happy, which is cool (she can shake her tambourine on stage all she wants to)...


 Topic 16 of 100 [music]: Sir Paul McCartney
 Response 14 of 52: Paul Terry Walhus (terry) * Mon, Nov 10, 1997 (11:26) * 1 lines 
 
With the notable exception of photography.


 Topic 16 of 100 [music]: Sir Paul McCartney
 Response 15 of 52: Stacey Vura (stacey) * Mon, Nov 10, 1997 (12:20) * 1 lines 
 
She sings backup occassionally and I believe is ambidextrous with her tambourine playing ability.


 Topic 16 of 100 [music]: Sir Paul McCartney
 Response 16 of 52: nick a'hannay  (pmnh) * Mon, Nov 10, 1997 (12:59) * 1 lines 
 
Yeah, true, she did the photography thing- and does, indeed, play a lean, mean tambourine. I really do think Linda's pretty cool (hope she sells a million of those cookbooks)- and I'll take her atonal backups over Yoko's hideous primal screeching any day...


 Topic 16 of 100 [music]: Sir Paul McCartney
 Response 17 of 52: Stacey Vura (stacey) * Mon, Nov 10, 1997 (15:06) * 1 lines 
 
can I get an 'amen' !?!?


 Topic 16 of 100 [music]: Sir Paul McCartney
 Response 18 of 52: Paul Terry Walhus (terry) * Mon, Nov 10, 1997 (21:10) * 1 lines 
 
You can.


 Topic 16 of 100 [music]: Sir Paul McCartney
 Response 19 of 52: nick a'hannay  (pmnh) * Sat, Nov 29, 1997 (18:53) * 3 lines 
 
Caught the last half hour of "Concert for Montserrat" on showtime last night...Mac, Clapton, Elton John, Carl Perkins, Jimmy Buffet, Mark Knofler...and hosted by George Martin...
Mac ended the show, of course, and performed "Yesterday", "Hey Jude", "Kansas City", and a really incredible version of "Golden Slumbers/Carry that Weight/The End" (which I'd never seen performed live before), featuring Mac on piano, to begin with, and then ending up on LEAD guitar, trading bursts with Eric Clapton during the legendary sequence near the end...Paul really sounded great (has to be the youngest 55 year old man alive- is it those veggies, you think? or the herbs?)...
Oh, and Sting and Phil Collins were there, too (yawn)...


 Topic 16 of 100 [music]: Sir Paul McCartney
 Response 20 of 52: Paul Terry Walhus (terry) * Sat, Nov 29, 1997 (20:23) * 2 lines 
 
Nick, you've got to start giving us *advance notice*
of this primo events!


 Topic 16 of 100 [music]: Sir Paul McCartney
 Response 21 of 52: nick a'hannay  (pmnh) * Sat, Dec  6, 1997 (21:24) * 1 lines 
 
concert for montserrat will be broadcast on showtime sunday, dec.7, at 7pmcst... get there late if you wanta miss sting...


 Topic 16 of 100 [music]: Sir Paul McCartney
 Response 22 of 52: nick a'hannay  (pmnh) * Sat, Dec  6, 1997 (22:36) * 2 lines 
 
hey, Terry...just occurred to me that I keep taking potshots at Sting, and you're probably a fan of his, huh? (being that you created the Sting topic, I mean)... really sorry...believe it or not, I've got several Police records (boy, that didn't come out right...but you know what I mean), and even a Sting record.. I've just been p.o.'d at him since he talked Bruce into firing the E Street Band...
Oh, and thanks for the cyber-advice...it seemed pretty basic, I'm sure, but even basic cyber-stuff is beyond me (really appreciate it)...


 Topic 16 of 100 [music]: Sir Paul McCartney
 Response 23 of 52: Paul Terry Walhus (terry) * Sat, Dec  6, 1997 (23:29) * 1 lines 
 
Nope, I'm not a big Sting fan.


 Topic 16 of 100 [music]: Sir Paul McCartney
 Response 24 of 52: Stacey Vura (stacey) * Mon, Dec  8, 1997 (18:01) * 1 lines 
 
I'm not a BIG fan, but I like some of his lyrics.


 Topic 16 of 100 [music]: Sir Paul McCartney
 Response 25 of 52: nick a'hannay  (pmnh) * Tue, Dec  9, 1997 (05:25) * 1 lines 
 
after a while, didn't every police record start to sound like "don't stand so close to me"?


 Topic 16 of 100 [music]: Sir Paul McCartney
 Response 26 of 52: Stacey Vura (stacey) * Tue, Dec  9, 1997 (10:21) * 2 lines 
 
*laugh*
yes. I prefer his solo albums.


 Topic 16 of 100 [music]: Sir Paul McCartney
 Response 27 of 52: Paul Terry Walhus (terry) * Fri, Dec 26, 1997 (14:49) * 14 lines 
 
From the David Frost interview:



Frost: The, uh, Bob Dylan, when he came into your lives, he introduced pot
as well.

Paul: Well, yeah, it's a kind of an awkward subject, that really, because it
actually wasn't Bob, it was on an occasion where Bob was there but it was a
friend of Bob's, and I think he gets a little bit annoyed being landed with
that rap, you know. "It was you, Bob." "It wasn't me." But, uh, yeah, we
were at a, uh, a do in a hotel sort of, where Bob was, but it was actually I
think his friend who introduced the, uh, jazz cigarettes.



 Topic 16 of 100 [music]: Sir Paul McCartney
 Response 28 of 52: nick a'hannay  (pmnh) * Fri, Dec 26, 1997 (15:48) * 2 lines 
 
that's interesting... and rather different from derek taylor's account...
never heard/read the text of this interview... where is it available?


 Topic 16 of 100 [music]: Sir Paul McCartney
 Response 29 of 52: Sam Blob  (Afor) * Fri, Dec 26, 1997 (22:13) * 5 lines 
 
All the Beatles received MBEs (Member of the British Empire); John returned his after a few years, the rest weren't quite that mad.

Paul McCartney was IMO the least daft of the Beatles, and since he can be bloody daft at times (rf. the song Uncle Albert / Admiral Halsey), this says a lot about the Beatles.

Not surprising that Paul was the last to take LSD, big surprise that John wasn' the first (George was, via his dentist). George was about as cracked as John, but not quite as talented.


 Topic 16 of 100 [music]: Sir Paul McCartney
 Response 30 of 52: Sam Blob  (Afor) * Fri, Dec 26, 1997 (22:17) * 1 lines 
 
Personal favourite post-Beatles Paul McCartney release: Live And Let Die (I am a fan of the older James Bond movies, ending with Live And Let Die, I am NOT a Roger Moore fan, and I was a Pierce Brosnan fan until I saw Goldeneye)


 Topic 16 of 100 [music]: Sir Paul McCartney
 Response 31 of 52: Wolf  (Wolf) * Fri, Dec 26, 1997 (22:31) * 1 lines 
 
ooooooooh, sean connery, now he was bond and will always be, IMMHO. Nice try roger moore, tim dalton, and pierce (although they were all babes)


 Topic 16 of 100 [music]: Sir Paul McCartney
 Response 32 of 52: Sam Blob  (Afor) * Sat, Dec 27, 1997 (07:35) * 1 lines 
 
You forgot George Lazenby, the second best IMO.


 Topic 16 of 100 [music]: Sir Paul McCartney
 Response 33 of 52: Paul Terry Walhus (terry) * Sat, Dec 27, 1997 (12:22) * 2 lines 
 
George who?



 Topic 16 of 100 [music]: Sir Paul McCartney
 Response 34 of 52: Sam Blob  (Afor) * Sat, Dec 27, 1997 (18:37) * 3 lines 
 
George Lazenby, played James Bond, 007, in On Her Majesty's Seecret Service after Sean Connery left. He was a very good Bond IMO, but he left after one movie. Sean Connery came back for Diamonds Are Forever, and then they chose Roger Moore for Live And Let Die, the only good 007 movie with Roger Moore as Bond.

I used to think that Dalton was a horrible Bond, but then I saw that Brosnan, who I thought was born for the part, didn't do any better! More than likely it's the writing.


 Topic 16 of 100 [music]: Sir Paul McCartney
 Response 35 of 52: Wolf  (Wolf) * Sat, Dec 27, 1997 (21:05) * 3 lines 
 
Aren't they working on another bond with brosnan? I'm with Terry, didn't know
about George. What would be cool is to make another with Connery. That
man is good.


 Topic 16 of 100 [music]: Sir Paul McCartney
 Response 36 of 52: Sam Blob  (Afor) * Sat, Dec 27, 1997 (22:11) * 5 lines 
 
Connery would be a good M, he's a bit old to be 007.

Patrick Stewart would make an even better M, IMO.

I think I'll watch Tomorrow Never Dies. If it is anywhere near as bad as Goldeneye was, I will never watch another James Bond movie; not even if they bring back Dalton (or break tradition and bring in Val Kilmer).


 Topic 16 of 100 [music]: Sir Paul McCartney
 Response 37 of 52: Wolf  (Wolf) * Sat, Dec 27, 1997 (22:45) * 3 lines 
 
surprised that's not in the works already. And I agree, PS is another good one.
Haven't seen the bronson 007s yet. will wait for video. maybe we should make
a new topic for bondism.......


 Topic 16 of 100 [music]: Sir Paul McCartney
 Response 38 of 52: Wolf  (Wolf) * Sat, Dec 27, 1997 (23:16) * 1 lines 
 
(not that kind of bondism, geez Sam)


 Topic 16 of 100 [music]: Sir Paul McCartney
 Response 39 of 52: Sam Blob  (Afor) * Thu, Jan  1, 1998 (15:02) * 2 lines 
 
WHere would it be? Movies, literature, or culture? Certainly not here!



 Topic 16 of 100 [music]: Sir Paul McCartney
 Response 40 of 52: Paul Terry Walhus (terry) * Sun, Feb  1, 1998 (12:09) * 4 lines 
 
http://www.slonet.org/~rloomis/lindmac2.wav

are recordings that a disgruntled soundboard operator made of Linda singing
in "Hey Jude."


 Topic 16 of 100 [music]: Sir Paul McCartney
 Response 41 of 52: nick a'hannay  (pmnh) * Sun, Feb  1, 1998 (14:04) * 1 lines 
 
(that's cruel)


 Topic 16 of 100 [music]: Sir Paul McCartney
 Response 42 of 52: Paul Terry Walhus (terry) * Thu, Jan 17, 2002 (03:14) * 30 lines 
 
McCartney to lead Super Bowl heroes tribute

17 January, 2002 02:26 GMT


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LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Paul McCartney will join hip-hop diva Mary J. Blige, Latin heartthrob Marc Anthony and pop songstress Mariah Carey in a star-spangled burst of musical patriotism planned for the Super Bowl pregame telecast next month, the Fox network has said.

McCartney will appear live at the Louisiana Superdome in New Orleans on February 3 to perform, "Freedom," which he wrote and released as a charity single in the aftermath of the September 11 attacks on New York and Washington.

The former Beatle previously performed during an all-star benefit concert at New York's Madison Square Garden.

"As a sports fan, I am thrilled to have the opportunity to be involved in the Super Bowl, and as a musician, I am honored to add my voice to the message of tribute that this year's Super Bowl will carry," McCartney said in a statement.

Sir Paul's appearance will immediately precede a duet of "America the Beautiful" by Blige and Anthony, then Carey's solo performance of "The Star Spangled Banner" just before kickoff. Blige, Anthony and Carey will be accompanied by the Boston Pops orchestra.

Insiders said veteran entertainer Barry Manilow also will give a life performance of a song he recently composed, "Let Freedom Ring." Fox said the pop groups Barenaked Ladies and No Doubt also will appear.

Eight teams are still vying in playoffs to compete for the National Football League Championship at this year's Super Bowl, traditionally the highest-rated TV broadcast of the year, averaging some 85 million U.S. viewers.

As previously announced, the Irish rock band U2 will perform during the Super Bowl half-time show.

In keeping with the patriotic theme of this year's pregame telecast, the words of Abraham Lincoln will be delivered on film by four of America's living former presidents -- Gerald Ford, Jimmy Carter, George Bush and Bill Clinton -- plus former first lady Nancy Reagan in a presentation of Aaron Copland's musical and spoken-word composition, "Lincoln Portrait."

In addition, several former NFL greats will join current football stars in reciting portions of the Declaration of Independence during the three-hour show.




 Topic 16 of 100 [music]: Sir Paul McCartney
 Response 43 of 52: Paul Terry Walhus (terry) * Thu, Jan 17, 2002 (21:01) * 16 lines 
 
Liz Smith

'WHAT WAS it like working with Tom Cruise?"This seems a normal question for any fan to ask. In this instance, the "fan" was none other than Paul McCartney, talking to director Cameron Crowe about the film "Vanilla Sky."
Crowe pushed to get former Beatle, now, Sir Paul, to write the title song for his movie. This certainly paid off for McCartney, who created the song in only four days. Now it's nominated in the "best original" category for the Golden Globes.

McCartney says, "All I had to do was watch 40 minutes of the film to agree. I saw Cruise acting his heart out, and I thought Cameron Diaz and Penelope Cruz also delivered great performances. It's very exciting being nominated for a Golden Globe." McCartney tied with Enya ("The Lord of the Rings") in winning the Broadcast Film Critics Award for Best Song just last week.

You'd think Sir Paul would be "up to here" with being nominated and honored in his lifetime, but no!





Continue Reading Liz Smith...
MORE LIZ



 Topic 16 of 100 [music]: Sir Paul McCartney
 Response 44 of 52: Paul Terry Walhus (terry) * Fri, Mar  1, 2002 (10:14) * 26 lines 
 
Paul's going on tour.

http://www.pollstar.com/tour/searchall.pl?By=Artist&Content=PAULMC&Key=Y

04/01/02 Oakland, CA Oakland Arena
04/03/02 San Jose, CA Compaq Center At San Jose
04/05/02 Las Vegas, NV MGM Grand Garden Arena
04/06/02 Las Vegas, NV MGM Grand Garden Arena
04/10/02 Chicago, IL United Center
04/13/02 Toronto, ON Air Canada Centre
04/16/02 Philadelphia, PA First Union Center
04/17/02 East Rutherford, NJ Continental Airlines Arena
04/19/02 Boston, MA FleetCenter
04/23/02 Washington, DC MCI Center
04/26/02 New York, NY Madison Square Garden
04/29/02 Cleveland, OH Gund Arena
05/01/02 Auburn Hills, MI Palace Of Auburn Hills
05/04/02 Los Angeles, CA Staples Center
05/05/02 Anaheim, CA Arrowhead Pond
05/07/02 Denver, CO Pepsi Center
*05/09/02 Dallas, TX Reunion Arena
05/12/02 Atlanta, GA Philips Arena
05/15/02 Tampa, FL Ice Palace
05/18/02 Fort Lauderdale, FL National Car Rental Center




 Topic 16 of 100 [music]: Sir Paul McCartney
 Response 45 of 52: Paul Terry Walhus (terry) * Wed, Jun 19, 2002 (07:36) * 6 lines 
 
forgot to mention yesterday was newlywed Paul's 60th birthday.

Only 4 more years left till he can drive the world nuts with "When I'm 64".

I'm hoping he'll come out with some blockbuster hit albums to show the world he's still got it in him.



 Topic 16 of 100 [music]: Sir Paul McCartney
 Response 46 of 52: Sam Blob  (AlFor) * Wed, Jun 19, 2002 (17:58) * 4 lines 
 
"I'm hoping he'll come out with some blockbuster hit albums to show the world he's still got it in him."

Does he?



 Topic 16 of 100 [music]: Sir Paul McCartney
 Response 47 of 52: Paul Terry Walhus (terry) * Wed, Jun 19, 2002 (20:41) * 1 lines 
 
I think so, I think the new marriage will stir some things in him.


 Topic 16 of 100 [music]: Sir Paul McCartney
 Response 48 of 52: Paul Terry Walhus (terry) * Mon, Sep  9, 2002 (08:36) * 9 lines 
 
Scathing!

Lately, something odd has been happening to Paul McCartney. In his 40 years of celebrity, he has generally led his life with the quiet dignity one doesn't expect from a rock star. But now, three years after his beloved wife's death, McCartney is everywhere, often trotting in the wake of his 34-year-old model-activist-entrepreneur second wife. If he's not schmoozing backstage with Ozzy Osbourne at Howard Stern, declaiming his poetry on television with Larry King, or dancing on the bar at Hogs & Heifers, he's helplessly attempting to ad-lib on the subject of American football with Terry Bradshaw.

At 60, McCartney is beginning to look like the Elvis of 1968: intact, more or less, but teetering on the precipice of something unbecoming. And Mills, who seems to be cottoning to the role of McCartney's Colonel Tom Parker, may be the last person McCartney needs whispering in his ear.

more at

http://www.newyorkmetro.com/nymetro/news/people/columns/celebritycity/6301/


 Topic 16 of 100 [music]: Sir Paul McCartney
 Response 49 of 52: Paul Terry Walhus (terry) * Mon, Sep  9, 2002 (08:43) * 1 lines 
 



 Topic 16 of 100 [music]: Sir Paul McCartney
 Response 50 of 52: Sam Blob  (AlFor) * Mon, Sep  9, 2002 (21:16) * 1 lines 
 
You don't suppose she's Paul's Yoko, do you? Would Paul really be that stupid?


 Topic 16 of 100 [music]: Sir Paul McCartney
 Response 51 of 52: Paul Terry Walhus (terry) * Wed, Sep 11, 2002 (09:00) * 3 lines 
 
In a way, except there's no legendary rock group to break up anymore.

I don't want to believe it's this bad and want to hold out for a more reasoned version.


 Topic 16 of 100 [music]: Sir Paul McCartney
 Response 52 of 52: Paul Terry Walhus (terry) * Fri, Oct 31, 2003 (09:04) * 14 lines 
 
From the Salon gossip column:
Heather Mills and Paul McCartney have announced the birth of their first
child together, Beatrice Milly McCartney, born Tuesday, three weeks early
and by C-section, at a London hospital. The couple released a statement
to
the press saying they were "ecstatic" and that they "couldn't be
prouder."
Here's hoping that, by now, Mills has gotten over her former overriding
emotion: surprise. Earlier this year, she told the press that health
issues would likely prevent her from conceiving: "The chances of me
getting pregnant are about that much," she said, holding her thumb and
finger an inch apart. Give 'em an inch ...



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