Hosmer and Mc Donnell both posted pictures of themselves early Friday morning on Instagram in a coordinated effort to let Kansas City know they finally had their very own celebrity power couple.
Murray and Mc Donnell got engaged in October, but broke up a few months later. Previous to that, Mc Donnell dated Christian Ponder and maybe a Phillies pitcher. Hopefully the Kansas City tabloids (those exist, right? Born and raised in Mid-Southern Upstate New York, Stephen holds a master's degree in public communications. Eric Clapton had asked me to come because he wanted me to listen to a new number he had written.He switched on the tape machine, turned up the volume and played me the most powerful, moving song I had ever heard.
It was Layla, about a man who falls hopelessly in love with a woman who loves him but is unavailable.He played it to me two or three times, all the while watching my face intently for my reaction.My first thought was: 'Oh God, everyone's going to know this is about me.'Scroll down for more... I came back to find Eric in the next seat, having persuaded a stranger to swap places with him. 'To my horror, Eric said: 'I have to tell you, man, that I'm in love with your wife.'I wanted to die. He turned to me and said: 'Well, are you going with him or coming with me?I was married to Eric's close friend, George Harrison, but Eric had been making his desire for me clear for months. Afterwards we went to Robert's house separately but we were soon together. He was about to leave when he spotted me in the garden with Eric. 'I had met George six years previously, in 1964, when he was filming A Hard Day's Night.I felt uncomfortable that he was pushing me in a direction in which I wasn't certain I wanted to go. with a friend and then on to a party at the home of pop impresario Robert Stigwood. It was a great party and I felt elated by what had happened earlier in the day but also deeply guilty. He was morose and his mood was not improved by walking into a party that had been going on for several hours and where most of the guests were high on drugs. Britain and most of Europe was in the grip of Beatlemania.Scroll down to view an exclusive video interview with Pattie... John Lennon, Paul Mc Cartney, George Harrison and Ringo Starr were mobbed everywhere they went, and at their concerts thousands of hysterical teenagers cried and screamed so loudly that no one could hear the music.