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Love Me Do! Paul McCartney Caught Kissing New Gal Pal

Aug. 27 2009, Published 1:06 p.m. ET

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Looks like Sir Paul McCartney has scored a home-run in love with his new girlfriend Nancy Shevell.

The former Beatles star and his normally low-key girlfriend put-on a very public display of affection in New York at the Yankees and Texas Rangers baseball game Wednesday night.

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Sitting beside television producer Lorne Michaels and actor Jack Nicholson,  the lovebirds shared a kiss and gazed lovingly at one another throughout the Yankees 9-2 victory over the Rangers.

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The famous foursome sat in the coveted Legends Seating, right behind home plate where tickets sell for up to $2625 per person.

Yankees fan Shevell seemed to have a blast with Sir Paul as the pair exchanged notes and chatted about the players.

In between innings, they downed some beers and shared some laughs with Nicholson and Michaels before Shevell slipped off early leaving her boyfriend of nearly two years with his male companions.

Jack Nicholson

The seemingly loving relationship marks a change from his bitter divorce from former wife Heather Mills which ended-up costing the performer $50 million.

McCartney was introduced to baseball several years before he met divorcee Shevell in October 2007 shortly after splitting with Mills.

And it was Saturday Night Live producer Michaels who took McCartney to his first ever baseball game.

The famous Beatle told The Boston Herald newspaper: “Lorne Michaels took me to my first game years ago – it was a Yankees game so I became a Yankees fan.

And with his beautiful girlfriend also a big baseball fan, they could be seeing a lot more of Sir Paul McCartney in the Bronx.



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