London (AP) - Ex-Beatle Paul McCartney (78) likes to be famous.

"There are not great moments, but the bottom line is it's great, I like it," said McCartney in an interview with actor Idris Elba (48) for the BBC.

«Like all famous people, you and I know that there are troublesome moments.

You are in the restaurant with your wife and someone comes up to you and says, "I'm sorry that I'm disturbing", "said the musician, adding ironically:" Oh, really? "

Actor Elba (“Luther”) advertised the “fascinating conversation” on Twitter: “That was an opportunity I couldn't miss,” emphasizes the British jack-of-all-trades.

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BBC notice on interview

Tweet from Idris Elba about the interview