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Mick Jagger gets trolled by son after clip of him dancing wildly at a bar goes viral
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Mick Jagger gets trolled by son after clip of him dancing wildly at a bar goes viral

The rock veteran was dancing to a cover of Maroon 5's 'Moves Like Jagger'

Mick Jagger has proved that he's still very much got moves like, well, Mick Jagger.

The 80-year-old rock veteran still has a spring in his step, and recently took to Instagram to share a video of him having a good ol' boogy.

Jagger was dancing to a band doing a cover of Maroon 5's hit song 'Moves Like Jagger', and looked like he was having a blast.

"Moves like who !" he captioned the video as he informed his fans that the music he was dancing to was by a band called Splash.

The video, posted yesterday (March 27) has since been liked by hundreds of thousands of Jagger's followers who have all been raving about his dancing abilities.

One wrote: "You are unique Mick, there will never be another like you, legend!"

Another person gushed: "I adore your youthful energy..always full of beans and smiling!!"

"Like a 25 year old Mick Jagger," added a third.

Someone else went on: "Imagine having Mick Jagger casually dancing in the crowd for your performance."

Mick Jagger pictured in November 2023.
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Jagger's son, Lucas, 24, whom The Rolling Stones star shares with Brazilian model Luciana Gimenez, also commented on the clip.

Lucas is one of the hitmaker's eight children.

"Dadda WHO PUT U UP TO THis," the 24-year-old YouTuber replied to his father's video.

Jagger's video has given fans a glimpse of what they can expect to see on The Rolling Stones' upcoming tour, which is set to kick start next month.

Jagger, Keith Richards and Ronnie Wood announced last year that they're hitting the road again following the release of their 24th studio album, 'Hackney Diamonds' - which features a collaboration with Lady Gaga.

Mick Jagger and his son, Lucas.
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Starting on April 28 at the NRG Stadium in Houston, Texas, the trio will continue onto Las Vegas, Glendale, East Rutherford, Seattle, Foxboro, Orlando, Atlanta, Philadelphia, Cleveland, Denver, Chicago, Vancouver, Los Angeles and Santa Clara.

They're also set to perform at New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival on May 2.

Jagger recently shared his excitement of starting his tour as he posted a video of him playing the guitar to his page.

He wrote last week: "Looking forward to seeing you all when the tour starts next month!"

Again, Lucas trolled his father in comments.

"The instagram filter is crazy," he wrote; and it just goes to show that it doesn't matter how famous you are, you can still embarrass your kids.

Topics: Music, Celebrity, Entertainment, Instagram