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Reese stepped out in Hollywood last night for the premiere of Paul McCartney’s star-studded music video for his new single ‘My Valentine’. And guess what? She is definitely pregnant – her bump was slightly disguised but still visible under her pretty Stella McCartney black dress! It’s so great to see that these rumours were true, and I admire Reese even more for just letting the pictures do the talking and not releasing a statement about it. She looks fabulous.
Check out 60+ photos – over half of which are in pretty HQ – from the event in our Gallery, and scroll on down this post to read more about the event, plus watch the music video itself (Reese is not in it).
Paul McCartney launches new star studded music video
Paul McCartney released his latest music video on Friday at a star-studded affair at his daughter Stella McCartney’s West Hollywood boutique.
Attending the A-list event were actresses Gwyneth Paltrow, Reese Witherspoon, Jane Fonda, Kristen Stewart, Pamela Anderson, and Julie Delpy, rockers Joan Jett and Gwen Stefani, model Miranda Kerr, and record producer Quincy Jones.
The video, for his latest song My Valentine, from his album of jazz-inspired tunes Kisses on the Bottom, stars Natalie Portman and Johnny Depp.
It was directed by the former Beatle and was based on an idea by Stella McCartney. It features Natalie Portman performing sign language to the song’s lyrics, and Depp playing a soulful guitar part.
The video is simple and sparse, captured on 35mm film in black-and-white by Oscar-winning cinematographer Wally Pfister (Dark Knight, Inception).
McCartney said he was pleased to have Portman and Depp perform for him.
“Well they’re just nice people, some friends from way back, and they were just very kind to do it, I was very pleased to work with them,” McCartney said.
Kisses on the Bottom is Paul McCartney’s fifteenth solo studio record and features two original compositions, My Valentine and Only Our Hearts.
It is mostly covers of popular jazz standards written by the likes of Irving Berlin and Johnny Mercer. The album also features collaborations with jazz singer and pianist Diana Krall.