Beatles reunited! Ringo joins Paul to rock out

Ex-Beatles McCartney and Starr reunite onstage in LA

Paul McCartney Brings Ringo Starr to the Stage for End-of-Tour Surprise (Watch)

Paul McCartney gave the crowd at his recent Los Angeles concert a real show to remember when he reunited with his former Beatles drummer Ringo Starr.

Paul McCartney, center, performs with his band to a sold-out crowd at Dodger Stadium Saturday.

"I love you man", McCartney said to the talented musician, as he prepared to play some hit tunes for his many fans.

Performing a rendition of the "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band (Reprise)', Starr closed out his brief appearance with a version of the iconic 'Helter Skelter". The performance has since been shared online with fans claiming they had "extreme goosebumps" listening to the two play together once again. He then quipped, "But we're going to do [new songs] anyway", as a way of introducing "Fuh You", an uptempo Ryan Tedder co-write off his 2018 album Egypt Station.

McCartney, 77, and Starr, 79, are the only remaining members of the "Fab Four". And not only did Mr. Ringo Starr make it on to the stage, but Paul also brought out the legendary guitarist from The Eagles, Joe Walsh. "Farewell to you guys, farewell to America".

As classic rock reunions go, it's not easy to top the Beatles.

There are few positions more enviable in the history of pop music than the one that Paul McCartney has come to occupy. "It's been a thrill for me and I've had a lovely night, and it's a great show". McCartney was featured on bass guitar. "I love you, man".

If the between-song patter is familiar to anyone who's seen one of McCartney's tour in the last decade, so be it. "Thanks too to Ringo for coming out to play!"

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