Beatles star Sir Paul McCartney will become the oldest solo performer at Glastonbury this year, but his youthful looks won’t make it seem that way!
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Paul McCartney was performing on the Pyramid Stage at Glastonbury 2022 on Saturday night, making him the oldest solo head in the festival’s history.
However, the 80-year-old still looks like he can rock the best of them and continue to wow audiences around the world.
The rock and roll icon and father of the year will once again impress the crowd with his performance at Glastonbury and fans are especially excited about his magical duet with John Lennon. on Saturday night.
However, some will wonder what the secret to his youthful look is. Here, let’s see…
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You read it right. The Hey Jude singer revealed on Jessie Ware’s Table Manners podcast in 2021 that he practices eye yoga.
Paul was inspired to do a beauty regimen after a trip to India in the late 2000s.
Singer Paul says this method has helped maintain his eyesight over the years.
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He said: “I studied [it] see off some yogis in India.
“He explained that your eyes are muscles while your ears are not, so you can’t exercise your ears. But your eyes, you can.”
Paul then continued speaking to his listeners through the practice session when he said, “So, stand still, and then look up as far as you can, one, two, three, back to the middle and then down, one, two, three, then back to the middle.
“You do this three times, then go left and right. Now that you have a cross, up and down and to the side, now you do the diagonal.”
Then he added: “I don’t know if that’s why I don’t need to wear my glasses while reading the newspaper. It makes sense, you know? It’s a good idea. .”
Long before the vegetarian diet was in vogue, Paul swore not to eat meat in 1975.
He explained in an interview with Wired in 2018: “You can have loads of vegetarian options these days, so it’s not like the old days when you just ate boiled sprouts.
Sir Paul has previously reflected on “horror performances” at family dinners when he was a child.
He said, “My mother will cook the tongue. It will be this big bloody tongue on the plate and I will go ‘what is that?'”
However, since switching to a more plant-based diet, Paul said he feels at peace with himself when interacting with animals.
“I would pass by these sheep and I would feel really good about them like ‘hey guys, don’t worry about me, I’m not coming to catch you’,” he explained.
In an exclusive interview with the Mirror in 2015, Paul revealed his rigorous gym regimen while sporting a bowing pose, which he said was his “secret claim to fame”.
“I feel pretty good,” he said, still upside down. “I’m not the particular type of person who needs a coach. I’ll just watch what the coach does and then copy it.
“I do a little cross-trainer, a little running, a little cardio and then I do weights, abs on a Swiss ball, before finishing on the mat some stretching. And then stand on the head.
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“That’s my big claim to fame! I actually learned it in the ’60s, it’s a yoga practice, and my argument is that I need flexibility, not strength.
“But what’s interesting is that I’ll be in the gym with all these people doing really big weights, while I’m there not doing big weights, and then, when I do the bow in about five minutes big men would come up to me and say, ‘That’s pretty impressive, man!’ “
Although Sir Paul has never publicly discussed his skin care practices, he was spotted shopping for skincare with his wife Nancy Shevell in December 2010.
According to Page Six, the couple shopped for a dreamy face at the Four Seasons Spa in Washington DC.
Paul heard one viewer say, “We’re going to be the best smellers in town,” as he experimented with creams before walking away with a handful of products.
Not only was Paul inspired to do eye yoga after a trip to India, but he also started meditating after breaking up with his band.
In a 2015 blog post on his official website, he says of this method: “I think it’s amazing! I think it’s always good to have a moment of stillness in your day. friend.
“Whenever I get a chance in a busy schedule, I do it, if I don’t rush out the door with some crazy stuff to do. But yes, I always like to take some time out. and just meditate.It’s a good thing.
“I do ‘TM’ [Transcendental Meditation] and I am so lucky that I was personally taught by Maharishi. “
And when asked if he still uses the old spell, he said, “Yeah! You only get one. That’s good! It’s very calming.”
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