LONDON – Paul McCartney is set to tie the knot at the venue where he first married more than 40 years ago.

Officials said Friday that the former Beatle, who is 69, and his fiancee, 51-year-old Nancy Shevell, have posted a notice of intention to marry at London’s Marylebone Town Hall.

Westminster Council, which oversees the venue, said the notice was posted Wednesday, meaning the couple could marry anytime after Sept. 30. They have a year to hold the ceremony.

The document lists the musician under his full name, James Paul McCartney, and describes him as a “business executive.” It gives the couple’s address as McCartney’s London home.

Alison Cathcart, Westminster Council’s superintendent registrar, said she would be officiating and was “delighted that Paul and Nancy have chosen Marylebone Town Hall for their special day.”

“Lots of couples get married here because of the venue’s reputation as a rock ‘n’ roll place to tie the knot,” she said.

The century-old town hall is a modest venue, but its central London location means it has seen many celebrity weddings, including one for former Beatles drummer Ringo Starr.

McCartney married his first wife, Linda, at the venue in 1969. She died of cancer in 1998, and he later married Heather Mills. They divorced in 2008.

The musician and Shevell have been dating for four years and announced their engagement in May.

It is the second marriage for Shevell, who is a vice president of a New Jersey-based trucking company owned by her father.

Sheen admits he should’ve been canned

NEW YORK – Charlie Sheen seems to have buried the hatchet.

Appearing on Thursday’s “Tonight Show,” the former star of “Two and a Half Men” radiated a forgiving mood toward his old workplace. Asked by host Jay Leno if he’s still angry at the sitcom’s producers and network, he said no: He would have fired himself had he been in their shoes. Then he added with a laugh, “Well, maybe not like they did.”

Asked why he thought he should have been fired, Sheen explained, “I should have been a little more responsible about the condition I was showing up in.”

Gate crashers are on the rocks

RICHMOND, Va. – Celebrity White House gate crasher Tareq Salahi filed for divorce Friday, claiming his wife was flaunting her affair with the lead guitarist for the rock band Journey.

Tareq Salahi filed paperwork in Warren County saying his wife, Michaele Salahi, 45, abandoned the marriage when she left their Virginia home Tuesday to be with Neal Schon in Tennessee.

“Over the objections of me, she continually exposes our friends and acquaintances to her adulterous relationship and has flaunted the same throughout the community, the nation and indeed the world, and thus caused … me to suffer great harm, humiliation, and embarrassment,” he said in the divorce petition.

Schon, 57, did not return an email. A representative for the group did not return a call seeking comment. Neither Tareq Salahi, 43, nor his attorney returned messages seeking comment.

Crow car buyers help schools

JOPLIN, Mo. – A charity says a couple who bought the vintage Mercedes that singer Sheryl Crow donated to benefit the schools in tornado-ravaged Joplin has also donated $130,000 to the district’s recovery fund.

The top bid for Crow’s 1959 Mercedes convertible at the August auction in California was $143,000. The auction company kept $13,000 in fees, and the remaining $130,000 went to the Joplin Schools Recovery Fund.

Missouri’s Community Foundation for the Ozarks reported Thursday that the couple who bought the car matched the $130,000.