Queen Elizabeth II turned down a private performance by Paul McCartney to see Twin Peaks

Queen Elizabeth II apparently loved twin peaks so much so that she once turned down a private performance of Paul McCartney to see a new episode of the David Lynch drama instead.

An earlier interview resurfaced following the Queen’s death on Thursday (September 8). twin peaks Composer Angelo Badalamenti recalled the incident.

“Back if twin peaks I flew to London on Concorde to work with Paul McCartney at Abbey Road,” Badalamenti explained in an interview included in a twin peaks DVD box set.

He then shared the story the Beatles musician told him in the 1990s.

“[McCartney] said: “I was asked by the Queen’s Office to play 35 minutes of my music to celebrate her birthday at Buckingham Palace. I’m really excited about that and now the night is coming and I’m about to move on and the Queen kind of gets past me and says, “Oh, Mr. McCartney, it was just so nice to see you tonight.”

“And he says, ‘Well, Your Highness, I am delighted that you have invited me to celebrate your birthday and I will now perform my best works for you for 35 minutes.'”

Badalamenti added with a laugh, “She said, ‘Oh, Mr. McCartney, I’m sorry, but I can’t stay.’

“And Paul says, ‘But Your Highness.’ “McCartney, don’t you understand, it’s five minutes to eight, I have to go upstairs and watch twin peaks.'”

In addition to the US mystery series, Elizabeth II’s favorite TV shows are also included pointlessThe Kumars at No. 42, Be sure to come dance, Antiques Roadshow, and Downton Abbey, after long-held rumors.

Other accounts suggest that she once asked that a Doctor Who box set was sent to Balmoral and that she told actor Peter Sallis that she loved them Last summer wine.

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