Paul McCartney helps Georgia woman come out to her family

Paul McCartney helped a girl come out to her family -- and over 11,000 fellow fans -- during Thursday night's (July 13th) gig at Duluth, Georgia's Infinite Energy Center. Beatlefan magazine publisher Bill King attended the show and posted on the magazine's blog Something New: "The show was stolen by a young woman named Becka Phillips from North Carolina, who was brought onstage before the family. She had a sign that Paul had read out loud earlier in the evening asking, 'Plz help me tell my family I’m gay!' Paul asked her if her family was in the arena, and she said her dad was. Paul turned to the crowd and, with a grin, said, 'Hey Dad. . . She’s gay!' Paul also told her, 'Good on ya comin’ out like that,' gave her a hug and then, as requested, signed her upper chest. Another hug from Macca." King added: "By this point, the young lady was in tears and, like a father, Paul pulled her close and gave her another hug. A sweet moment that she later said on Facebook was 'everything I thought it would be and more.'" 



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