The musicians became friends in the 1960s when McCartney played John an early version of "Hey Jude."
"He's taken a lot of flak in the media, and you have to remember he's taking on the media," Elton John's husband, David Furnish, has said of Harry.
During his court trial in London this week, Prince Harry highlighted a link between singer Elton John and his legal cases against U.K. tabloid publishers.
In his lawsuit against "Daily Mail" publishers Harry claims that illegal acts used by journalists "amount to a major betrayal," given promises made in 1997.
The Duke of Sussex arrived at the Royal Courts of Justice using a side door on Tuesday after bumping into a photographer at the main entrance the day before.
Associated Newspapers Limited, which Harry and a number of high-profile figures are suing over illegal information gathering, released a statement on Monday.
Harry's appearance in a London court for a hearing of his privacy lawsuit against publishers of the "Daily Mail" has divided opinion online.
King Charles III's Coronation plans have hit a hurdle after a succession of major stars turned down invites to perform, citing diary clashes.
Kate Middleton was praised online for the way she read her marriage vows: "She must have been terrified but doesn't show it."
Harry's self-narrated audiobook of his hit memoir "Spare" has triggered an avalanche of online jokes and viral clips.
John tweeted on Friday that since he's always sought to "use music to bring people together," he's leaving Twitter due to its divisive nature.
Friday marks the singer's 41st birthday and a little over a year since she was released from her 13-year conservatorship.
Sir Elton John has played his final show of his farewell tour in the U.S., and he made sure he went out on the biggest high.
John posted a video—featuring U.S. Olympic skater Nathan Chen—of the stripped-down track online.
While some expected names—Beyoncé, Adele—made the nominations cut, other stars, like Ye and Megan Thee Stallion, were noticeably absent.
Harry's lawsuit against Associated Newspapers "evokes memories" of a historic phone-hacking scandal, legal experts tell Newsweek.
Prominent media lawyer Will Charlesworth told Newsweek how Harry's latest lawsuit shows his desire to "hold the press to account" for their actions.
Prince Harry has joined forces with other public figures to accuse the U.K. tabloid of using private investigators to "place listening devices" in cars and homes.
The actress-singer most recently jammed with Def Leppard, but she's appeared onstage with a number of music industry titans.
The singer's recent mentions of the number 8 has fans offering up their own theories.
"She led the country through some of our greatest and darkest moments with grace and decency and genuine caring," the singer said.
The two pop stars previously collaborated on the 2003 hit "Me Against the Music."
"First time having really long hair !!!" the star wrote on Twitter, in celebration of "Hold Me Closer" going to No. 1 in 40 countries.
Britney Spears opened up about life under her conservatorship in a now-deleted 22-minute audio recording.
"Hold Me Closer" is Spears' epic comeback after nearly six years away from music, and the first song to be released since her conservatorship ended last year.
The collaboration with Sir Elton John marks Britney Spears's first music release since 2016, and fans are going wild for the new track.
The actor also posted a video of him playing the song in his car and singing along at the top of his lungs.
Elton John and Britney Spears' new song is a collaboration and an amalgamation of two of his classic songs, with a slight sampling of a third.