Like all veteran artists, Paul McCartney has pre-show backstage rituals -- relaxing, getting a massage, vocal warm-ups and watching Family Feud.
Answering a question from a fan on his website, he says, "I nearly always have that on in the dressing room before a show because you don’t have to think too hard and it’s not depressing. You know, whereas if you’ve got the news channel something could come on that can make me think, ‘Oh, my God!’ And then you’ve got to try and do a show!
“So, I like Steve Harvey in America doing Family Feud (it's called Family Fortunes in the UK). I just like guessing at, you know, ‘100 men, were asked what…’ And I like trying to get the top answer! I just think it’s a fun show."
McCartney, who owns several homes in America, also likes Breaking Bad and Veep. "Julia Louis-Dreyfus is very funny and I think it’s a hilarious look at her being the Vice President..."
Paul is no stranger to American television, particularly Saturday Night Live, on which he has made numerous cameos, not to mention being a musical performer.
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