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Paul was sporting a flatteringly shorter, darker hairstyle as he chatted to one of the many New Yorkers who went along to meet him. His classical album, which was eight years in the making, has received a rapturous welcome on both sides of the pond
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The 64-year-old, whose divorce proceedings from estranged wife Heather Mills are due to kick off soon in the UK, flashes a peace sign during the CD-signing session
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YOUTHFUL MAKEOVER FOR PAUL MCCARTNEY IN RUN-UP TO DIVORCE

14 NOVEMBER 2006

Paul McCartney was obviously keen to prove that his recent troubles aren't getting the better of him when he met fans in New York on Monday. With his hair freshly shorn and coloured, the 64-year-old was looking better than ever as he turned out to sign copies of his new classical CD in Times Square.

The appearance came just days before divorce proceedings between the singer and his estranged wife Heather Mills kick off in London. Any legal worries the musician might be experiencing seemed miles away as he enjoyed a warm welcome from his American fans, however. And the former Beatle, who was in town to present his choral piece Ecce Cor Meum, seemed relaxed and content as he chatted with well-wishers.

Over the last few days Sir Paul has been left in little doubt about the affection in which he is held across the pond. According to local newspaper reports, he was honoured with a spontaneous round of applause when he stood up to leave the Italian restaurant Il Gattopardo a few days ago. And it would appear his compatriots back home in Britain feel the same way, after he was also included in a shortlist of the country's "greatest living icons" compiled by the BBC.


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