Paul McCartney sends a message to Lorne Michaels for his upcoming Kennedy Center Honors

Wednesday, December 1, 2021

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On this day, Paul McCartney sent a video message to Saturday Night Live creator Lorne Michaels, who was announced to receive a Kennedy Center Honor for lifetime artistic achievements.

Hey Lorne, Congratulations on this fantastic honor. You’ve done so much in the world of humor, TV, film. The list is endless, so you really deserve this. And more than that, I’d like to thank you for being such a good friend over all these years. I love. You’re a good man. So congratulations once more on this great honor. Have a great evening because you deserve it.

Paul McCartney

From YouTube:

The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts announced the selection of five Honorees who will receive the 44th Kennedy Center Honors for lifetime artistic achievements. Recipients to be honored at the annual national celebration of the arts in Washington, D.C. are: operatic bass-baritone Justino Díaz, Motown founder, songwriter, producer, and director Berry Gordy, Saturday Night Live creator Lorne Michaels, legendary stage and screen icon Bette Midler, and singer-songwriter Joni Mitchell.

The Kennedy Center Honors celebrates luminaries whose art and creativity have enriched us beyond measure,” stated Kennedy Center Chairman David M. Rubenstein. “Lorne Michaels created the most enduring ‘must-see television’ with Saturday Night Live, a show that is both mirror and muse for life in America.”

“This year’s Honorees represent the unifying power of the Arts and surely remind us of that which binds us together as human beings. These artists are equal parts genius, inspiration, and entertainment,” said Kennedy Center President Deborah F. Rutter. “After the challenges and heartbreak of the last many months, and as we celebrate 50 years of the Kennedy Center, I dare add that we are prepared to throw ‘the party to end all parties’ in D.C. on December 5th, feting these extraordinary people and welcoming audiences back to our campus. We look forward to shaping an even more exciting Honors program and broadcast with CBS and the producers based on the success and newfound innovations of our 43rd Honors earlier this year


Paul McCartney had received a Kennedy Center Honor in December 2010.

Last updated on December 4, 2021

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