Kate Moss Teams Up With Johnny Depp For Paul McCartney’s Video: FIRST LOOK

We've waited years for this moment. Kate Moss and Johnny Depp are finally back together for the legend that is Paul McCartney's new video. See our behind-the-scenes clip here...

Kate Moss and Johnny Depp have reunited for the first time since their 1998 break-up in a brand new music video for Paul McCartney – and we’ve got the very first clip of their big reunion.

For Paul McCartney’s new track Queenie Eye, the Beatles legend has called on some of the most famous names in his showbiz phonebook to appear in the music video, and you’ll never quite believe who’s made the cut.

We’ve got a sneaky behind-the-scenes clip from the day of the video shoot, which sees Sir Paul arrive at Abbey Road studios in North London (with a very fetching man bag) to meet his star recruits. They include Kate Moss – WHO DANCES ON A PIANO, Johnny Depp, Meryl Streep, Laura Bailey, Jude Law, Gary Barlow, Alice Eve, Chris Pine (yum), Tom Ford and James Corden.

Paul says that the inspiration for Queenie Eye comes from a game he used to play during his childhood in Liverpool. And Johnny Depp is one celeb who’s beyond excited to be involved in the A-list project.

He tells us: ‘Being in that room, and especially being in that room with Paul… it’s quite a rush. Because that’s the room that changed the world.

‘To have a collection of masterpieces under your belt, and the fact he has been doing it for as long as he has… it’s always new for him, he still gets excited about it, he’s still curious. There’s only one of him.’

While we’ve yet to see Johnny bust some moves on the piano with Kate, we’ll be able to see the full video this afternoon with all the cameos, and find out what really happened on set.

For now, we’ll leave you with this clip, and the super-cool snaps taken by Mary McCartney (obvs)…

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