Video of the Day: Paul McCartney, Stevie Wonder, Jack White, Obama, and Seinfeld Sing “Hey Jude”


Last night made us proud to be an American. At the White House, President Obama awarded Paul McCartney the prestigious Gershwin Prize for Popular Song. In return, Sir Paul serenaded the FLOTUS with (what else?) “Michelle,” and just about every famous person in the world sang “Hey Jude.” Think we’re kidding? The Beatle and the first family were backed by Jack White, Stevie Wonder, Elvis Costello, Emmylou Harris, Dave Grohl, a Jonas brother, and… Jerry Seinfeld?

Honestly, Seinfeld is kind of the best part of this video. What is he doing there? What does he have to do with music? It doesn’t matter! As always, his awkwardness is endearing.