Fact: A pair of Mick Jagger's trousers are expected to sell at auction for more than $10,000 (£8,000). The green velvet custom-made trousers were bought by the Rolling Stones frontman and later shared with his bandmate Keith Richards, before being gifted to U.S. musician Gram Parsons. Bids can be placed online at RR Auction until 16 February (17).
Fact: Mick Jagger, 73, and his ballet dancer girlfriend Melanie Hamrick, 29, have named their newborn son Deveraux Octavian Basil Jagger. The unusual moniker was revealed by Deveraux's elder sister Lizzie Jagger, 32, in a post on Instagram on Friday (16Dec16).
Tweet: "Just was watching the news... Maybe they'll ask me to sing You Can't Always Get What You Want at the inauguration, ha!" Mick Jagger jokes about Donald Trump's U.S. election win over Hillary Clinton. The Republican had previously used the Rolling Stones song during a campaign rally.
Quote: “Welcome to the Palm Springs retirement home for genteel English musicians." Mick Jagger greeted fans on the opening day of the Desert Trip festival in California with a joke about the age and background of the headliners. Bob Dylan is the only true U.S. act on a bill that includes Brits The Rolling Stones, The Who, Roger Waters, and Paul MCCartney. The average age of the performers is 72.
Quote: "I am so saddened. Prince was a revolutionary artist, a wonderful musician and composer. He was an original lyricist and a startling guitar player. His talent was limitless. He was one of the most unique and exciting artists of the last 30 years." The Rolling Stones frontman Mick Jagger pays tribute to Prince following his death on Thursday (21Apr16).
Quote: "I had no idea Mick was gonna be in town, I had a show the next day so I just text (sic) Mick and said, 'Hey, are you in Nashville? Do you wanna come out and sing?' And he just writes back, 'Oh, what will I wear?'" Taylor Swift describes her text conversation with Rolling Stones legend Mick Jagger after she invited him to join her onstage during the Nashville, Tennessee stop on her 1989 World Tour earlier this year (15).
Quote: "A lot of my clothes got taken by my kids. Lizzie was the worst, the most blatant; she'd go out wearing a pair of velvet trousers I'd worn at the Roundhouse in 1969... Then she gave me a pair back for my birthday. I love getting my own things back for my birthday." Rock legend Mick Jagger struggles to keep his children out of his wardrobe.
Quote: "I'm still wearing L'Wren's ones. L'Wren still has a huge influence on my style, on me. Her clothes are very emotional for me. There is a big emotional pull. That's important to say." Rolling Stones frontman Mick Jagger still loves to wear jackets designed for him by his late girlfriend L'wren Scott, who committed suicide last year (14).
Quote: "He's got it going on. I know him, he comes to see me in lots of shows. And yeah, I can see the influence. But I don't say anything to him, I just tell him he looks nice. I like him. He's very decent." Sir Mick Jagger is a big fan of One Direction star Harry Styles' wardrobe choices.
Fact: Rolling Stones frontman Mick Jagger is working with documentary-maker Julien Temple on a film about Cuba. Reports suggest the project will be based around a potential Rolling Stones concert in the country.
Quote: "Next year we'll come back and do the whole of Satanic Majesties." Mick Jagger jokes about the band's plans for another deluxe album package and gig after the band performed Sticky Fingers in its entirety at a sold out club gig in Los Angeles on Wednesday night (20May15).
Tweet: "You have to do warm ups and look after yourself. There's a regiment, you do a warm up before the show and before the tour starts I do a month of rehearsing. So every day I have to do a regiment and after a couple of weeks of that I do karaoke - solo karaoke, but not in a smoke-filled room." Mick Jagger on how he prepares his voice for Rolling Stones tours.
Quote: "I'm thinking about what the next tour is. I'm not thinking about retirement. I'm planning the next set of tours... (and I've) got a lot of new songs. I've done really good demos for all of them, which I would love to record... I'd love to record a Stones album... I've got songs that would be great for the Stones, and I've got songs that wouldn't be perfect for the Stones." Mick Jagger insists he has no plans to retire and still would like to record a new Rolling Stones album as well as a solo record.
Quote: "I think my husband and dad are both very happy I had a baby boy to get some testosterone in the family because there are a lot of girls." JADE JAGGER reveals her rocker father SIR Mick Jagger was pleased at the arrival her son Ray last year (14) to inject some masculinity into the family tree.
Quote: "It was a very difficult time for me, all my family as well, it's very hard but getting back on tour... helped me a lot." Sir Mick Jagger reveals going back out on the road with the Rolling Stones helped him deal with the death of his girlfriend, L'Wren Scott earlier this year (14).
Quote: "There are a few models I'm not that crazy about! If I'm pushed though, I'd have to say Carla Bruni. I'm sure you can guess why." Sir Mick Jagger's ex-wife Jerry Hall admits she is not a fan of model/singer Carla Bruni following rumours she had an affair with the Rolling Stones frontman in the early 1990s.
Quote: "I had 103 of my Sydney rellies (relatives) for tea the other day, 103, and they are all here tonight, so very welcome all my rellies.'" Rolling Stones frontman Sir Mick Jagger had a large cheering section during his gig in Australia on Wednesday night (12Nov14). The event marked a comeback for Jagger, who was forced to call off a show in Victoria after falling sick with a throat infection.
Fact: A new James Brown documentary produced by Sir Mick Jagger and directed by Alex Gibney is set to be broadcast on America's HBO cable channel later this month (Oct14). Mr. Dynamite: The Rise of James Brown, which was made in co-operation with the late superstar's estate, will feature previously-unseen footage of the music icon. It is Jagger's second Brown project - he also helped to bring his life story to the big screen with the summer (14) release of biopic Get On Up, which featured Chadwick Boseman as the Godfather of Soul.
Quote: "I came to watch James Brown later in my career, I was sitting down in the back of the (ground floor). He asked me to come onstage and I tried to run out... and they forced me to come onstage." Sir Mick Jagger recalls trying to avoid the spotlight the second time he ever saw James Brown perform live at New York's legendary Apollo Theater. The rocker is one of the producers behind the new film biopic, Get On Up.
Quote: "I can take responsibility for the first German goal but not the other six!" Sir Mick Jagger jokes about becoming known as a bad luck charm for soccer fans after appearing to always back the losing team during the World Cup. The rocker was cheering on Brazil as the host nation suffered a humiliating 7-1 loss to Germany on Tuesday (08Jul14), crashing out of the tournament.
Quote: "I've been writing a lot of poetry and I have been setting it to music. We'll see how it goes, but I may yet make it public." The ex-wife of Sir Mick Jagger, former supermodel Jerry Hall, is tempted to release a collection of poems.
Tweet: "I miss L'wren so much and I am so sad she isn't here anymore. She was such a big part of my life. I will never forget all the fun times we had together. She was part of our family and always will be. Rest in peace." Model Georgia May Jagger pays tribute to L'Wren Scott, the late girlfriend of her father Sir Mick Jagger. Scott committed suicide in March (14).
Quote: "He said, 'Well done.' I imagine it's nice to be a great-granddad, although I'm not sure he likes the idea of getting old, or being called one. I call him Mick - I wouldn't start calling him grandpa." Sir Mick Jagger's pregnant granddaughter Assisi reveals the ageing rocker is excited to welcome a new addition to the family. The 21 year old, daughter of jewellery designer Jade Jagger, is due to give birth next year (14). The baby will make the Rolling Stones icon a great-grandfather for the first time. News of her pregnancy was first reported in September (13).
Quote: "In our family, we're definitely 'more is more' when it comes to beauty! My mother also always tells me to drink lots if water and make sure to get enough sleep. It sounds simple, but if really works." Sir Mick Jagger's model daughter Georgia May Jagger shares the best piece of beauty advice she received from her fashion icon mum, Jerry Hall.
Quote: "I think the butterflies didn’t go down very well last time, I think we got a lot of complaints from the park because they didn’t know we were going to do it and they were of course the wrong kind of butterflies and they went on to eat the wrong kinds of (things in the park)... Anyway... it didn’t go down very well with the park men; they weren’t happy. So I don’t think there’s gonna be a lot of that (this time)." Sir Mick Jagger insists The Rolling Stones won't be releasing any more butterflies at their upcoming gigs in London's Hyde Park. The rockers released butterflies on stage during their 1969 gig at the venue.
Fact: Sir Mick Jagger is embracing the festival spirit by sleeping outdoors in a yurt during his time at Britain's Glastonbury. He posted a picture of his posh tent on Twitter.com with the caption "Me and my yurt! Stones Glasto. Yurt alert. Glastonbury." The singer's band The Rolling Stones will headline the event on Saturday night (29Jun13).
Quote: "A schoolteacher would have been very gratifying, I'm sure. There are millions of things you would have loved to have done, a politician, a journalist... I thought of being a journalist once... Everyone wants to have done more things in their lives. It is a slightly intellectually undemanding thing to do, being a rock singer, but, you know, you make the best of it." The Rolling Stones frontman Sir Mick Jagger contemplates other careers he could have had outside the band.
Quote: "It didn't surprise me it upset him - but, you know, who else is going to say it?" Keith Richards admits he wasn't shocked when Rolling Stones bandmate Mick Jagger took offence to some of the things he had written about him in his memoirs Life. The pair is still piecing together its longtime friendship after the guitarist took aim at the frontman in his bestseller.
Tweet: "Filing this under 'never in my wildest dreams'.Thank you Rolling Stones for inviting me to Chicago to sing with you." Taylor Swift posts a picture of herself with Sir Mick Jagger after performing with the band at their gig in Chicago, Illinois on Monday night (03Jun13).
Tweet: "Looking forward to singing with @taylorswift13 tonight! Wonder which song we will do?" Mick Jagger confirms reports suggesting Taylor Swift will be the Rolling Stones' special guest at their Chicago, Illinois gig on Monday night (03Jun13).
Quote: "Bed early the night before, about 2am. Up at 10 the next morning. Any earlier and you'll be too relaxed by showtime. I have rituals. But my rituals all have a purpose... I give myself two hours to get ready for the show - to tune up the old voice and get into the right frame of mind mentally and physically." Sir Mick Jagger reveals his pre-concert routine.
Quote: "I do karaoke singing, and I write songs a lot, and I do demos and sing them. I'm very lucky, in a lot of ways, because - I'm not trying to sound bigheaded - I do all the Rolling Stones songs in all the same keys as they always were in, so my higher end is still there, maybe better than it was, because I don't smoke anymore and I don't drink as much." Mick Jagger insists he's sounding as good as ever on the Rolling Stones' 50 & Counting tour.
Quote: "He never gave me much musical training, but he did give me a guitar for my 10th birthday!" Rocker Mick Jagger encouraged his son Jimmy to pursue music at an early age.
Quote: "We've got lots of other possibilities in the rest of the world, but we haven't booked anything. And we don't really have a big stadium stage at the moment. We could get one." Sir Mick Jagger hints The Rolling Stones could schedule more shows around the world after playing in North America and Britain this summer (13).
Quote: "I worry a lot. You see that post, 'I hope they do Wild Horses,' and then we do some obscure ballad, perhaps not brilliantly. Then you see, 'It was really good, that obscure ballad, but actually I wanted them to do Wild Horses.'" Sir Mick Jagger has trawled through fan messages online to pick the right set list for Rolling Stones gigs.
Quote: "I just have to train a lot and keep really fit. I want to do these moves, but I can't do them because if I did, I'd probably screw up. You just got to do what's within your capabilities. I don't want it to look wrong, so I'm going to stay within my boundaries." Mick Jagger on preparing for the Rolling Stones' upcoming concerts.
Quote: "There's a lot of change in America since we first came here. This film... takes you back to a younger, perhaps gentler, America... Where there (were) no smart phones... no emails. And a simpler America, where we didn't read other people's emails, so we didn't know four-star generals were having affairs." Sir Mick Jagger jokes about shamed Cia boss David Petraeus at a screening of the Rolling Stones' new documentary in New York on Tuesday night (13Nov12). Petraeus quit on Friday (09Nov12) over an affair with his biographer.
Fact: Model Georgia May Jagger has landed her first luxury fragrance campaign - the daughter of Sir Mick Jagger and Jerry Hall has been named the new face of Roberto Cavalli's new fragrance Just Cavalli.
Quote: "In 1977 Mick came into my life. I still love him. How can you un-love? Breaking up with Mick was painful but I was with him for 23 years and the fact we stayed together so long and made such a wonderful family was an amazing success." Sir Mick Jagger's ex-wife Jerry Hall still shares a bond with the Rolling Stones legend, despite ending their relationship 13 years ago.
Quote: "It makes me feel young in some ways. I know lots of people who can't even walk at my age, poor things." Mick Jagger, 69, insists rocking keeps him young.
Quote: "Those of us brought up in the Fifties were taught to be frugal. We don't like throwing computers away as soon as they don't work - apart from throwing them out of the window in frustration. We like cars to be repaired instead of junked." Sir Mick Jagger insists he's no big spender.
Quote: "To be honest I don't think much of marriage. I'm not saying people shouldn't do it but it's not for me. And not for quite a few others it would appear." Rolling Stones legend Sir Mick Jagger won't be walking down the aisle with his girlfriend of 10 years, L'Wren Scott.
Quote: "I always knew I was going to the Stones, but Mick didn't want to break up Faces. I told him to call me if he got desperate. He called one day and said, 'I am desperate.'" Ronnie Wood on how his Rolling Stones co-star Sir Mick Jagger asked him to join the legendary band.
Quote: "It was great, we went to the East Wing, the public part, and then we went and had a great tour of the West Wing... I've been once before but it was great to do it with my family. We saw all of these different rooms that you normally wouldn't get to see and we talked to all sorts of people who work there. It was really a great afternoon." Mick Jagger on his recent tour of the White House in Washington, D.C.
Quote: "It was fun, I'm glad he did that. It was really sporty." Mick Jagger was thrilled when U.S. President Barack Obama agreed to perform a few lines of Sweet Home Chicago with guitar great Buddy Guy at the White House's Red, White and Blues concert on Tuesday (21Feb12). Jagger was part of the show.
Quote: "It's very catchy. I could say I wish I had written it, but wouldn't that be weird? It's fun, very young children like it, which is always cool and funny. But what am I going to say? I'm not going to be mean about it, am I...? Only thing is, it puts a bit of pressure on me when I go out dancing!" Rock legend Mick Jagger on Maroon 5's tribute to his dancing skills, Moves Like Jagger.
Fact: Sir Mick Jagger is set to perform for U.S. President Barack Obama and his wife Michelle at the White House later this month (Feb12) as part of a concert dedicated to blues music. B.B. King and Jeff Beck will also play at the event on 21 February (12).
Quote: "As long as you don't throw it at one person, it's alright." Rocker Mick Jagger on his penchant for throwing water over fans at concerts.
Quote: "It's an exciting project but it is so hard to get everybody together in one place. But the Olympics would be great, the perfect idea." Soul singer Joss Stone is keen to reunite her Superheavy bandmates, including Sir Mick Jagger and Dave Stewart, at next year's (12) Olympic Games in London.
Quote: "My greatest fashion loss happened when I left Mick and consequently, my whole Ossie Clark collection. I don't know what he did with them all." Sixties icon Marianne Faithfull is sad she lost so many stylish outfits when she split from Sir Mick Jagger.
Fact: Sir Mick Jagger's model daughter Georgia May Jagger has enrolled at university in London. The blonde beauty has stepped behind the camera to study photography.
Quote: "I was in London for the riots. I was kind of surprised that people were shocked it happened. There's no warning, but it's a regular feature of English urban life if you think about it. Every 10 years you get some riots." Mick Jagger was not shocked by the unrest in the British capital earlier this summer (11).
Fact: A glass mural is to be erected at the train station where Rolling Stones legends Sir Mick Jagger and Keith Richards first met. The pair started chatting after a chance meeting at the Dartford station in Kent, England in 1961, when the future frontman asked Richards to join his band Little Boy Blue and the Blue Boys. They formed the Rolling Stones in 1962.
Quote: "Maybe we could go back to the (venue) Marquee to accept a plaque for 50 years of service instead of a tour. That could work. Keith obviously can't come. Charlie Watts can come but he wouldn't get the plaque, obviously." Mick Jagger on how he'd like the Rolling Stones' 50th anniversary to be recognised in London next year (12). The Marquee was the first venue the band played. Watts wasn't in the group at the time and Jagger has recently fallen out with bandmate Richards over comments he made in his bestselling memoir, Life.
Quote: "We talked about maybe what events are going to be going around for the 50th anniversary of the Rolling Stones. We don't really know the answer to that, but we talked about it a bit. It sounds a lot of years to me. But you know, you're very lucky to have been doing it that long, so I guess I should be happy." Mick Jagger on the top secret Rolling Stones meeting in London last week (ends09Sep11).
Fact: Mick Jagger's model daughter Georgia has channelled Britain's former prime minister Margaret Thatcher for a series of snaps in Harper's Bazaar magazine.
Quote: "Yesterday I made a video with Super Heavy and it was lots and lots of laughs, and I would do it again a billion gazillion bajillion (sic) times over, and I hope that we're going to have a lot more fun in the future." British soul star Joss Stone had a blast shooting a promo as part of Sir Mick Jagger's supergroup, which also includes former Eurythmics star Dave Stewart, reggae superstar Damian Marley and Oscar-winning composer A.R. Rahman.
Fact: Christina Aguilera and Adam Levine's new single is a tribute to Mick Jagger. The pop pair, who became friends while judging talent on new U.S. TV show The Voice, have teamed up to record catchy electro-pop tune Moves Like Jagger, which Aguilera posted on her website on Tuesday (21Jun11).
Quote: "I love being in the water so much, my friend and I are getting mermaid tails made... I think we'll take them into the ocean and confuse some sailors." Mick Jagger's model daughter Elizabeth plans to get fishy.
Quote: "I would never. I'm very interested in music, but I was not born musical. I honestly do think some people have the knack. I can't play an instrument. I'm a terrible singer. I'm not about to launch my album!" Model GEORGIA MAY JAGGER has no plans to follow in her famous father, Mick Jagger's footsteps.
Quote: "Lizzie and I always say we feel like old women because all we do is cook soup, go to home decorating stores and knit." Mick Jagger's model daughter GEORGIA MAY on how she and her sister pass the time in New York, where they live together.
Quote: "I'm lucky that I'm working for a denim brand that is not going to tell me to lose five pounds... They hired me because I'm not a size zero." Mick Jagger's model daughter GEORGIA MAY on her partnership with jeans firm Hudson.
Quote: "People say all the time, 'Your dad is so cool!' But I'm like, 'They're my parents and they cringe me out all the time!' For me, they are not super-cool because mum is really obsessed with nerdy stuff. She loves her chicken farming... (and) my dad is actually a bit of a history buff." GEORGIA MAY JAGGER is embarrassed by her Rolling Stones rocker dad SIR Mick Jagger and model mum Jerry Hall.
Fact: SIR Mick Jagger's model daughter GEORGIA MAY JAGGER is launching her own clothing line. The blonde beauty has collaborated with denim brand Hudson to create Hudson by Georgia May Jagger, which is set to hit stores in the spring (11).
Fact: Mick Jagger, Bill Clinton and basketball star Kobe Bryant cheered the U.S.A. on in the World Cup in South Africa on Saturday (26Jun10). The three celebrities were spotted among the crowd, but they failed to bring much luck - U.S.A. lost 2-1 to Ghana in extra time and were sent home. Jagger will be cheering for England when the national side tackle Germany on Sunday (27Jun10).
Quote: "I'm sure we will. It would be stupid to say there wouldn't be another Stones tour because I love doing them. When that's going to be, I don't really know at this point." SIR Mick Jagger refuses to rule out hitting the road with the band for another trek.
Quote: "I didn't know anything about dice playing (so) I asked my housekeeper in Los Angeles if she played dice. She did and she told me these terms." SIR Mick Jagger admits the Rolling Stones song TUMBLING DICE was inspired by his maid.
Quote: "We were young, good-looking and stupid then. Now we're just stupid." SIR Mick Jagger jokes about how the Rolling Stones have changed since the release of their 1972 album EXILE ON MAIN STREET.
Quote: "I usually wait for a call from him saying 'Let's make something, let's do something', because without his actual 'want to do it', there's not much point. I'm always working. I've got ideas for stuff but I haven't put them together yet with Mick. But I'm seeing him next week." Keith Richards hints he will be talking to his bandmate Mick Jagger about the possibility of making a new Rolling Stones album.
Quote: "I always think I haven't thanked Mick enough for singing on YOU'RE SO VAIN. I don't think it would have been the hit it was without Mick's voice." Carly Simon praises ROLLING STONE rocker SIR Mick Jagger for contributing to her hit song.
Fact: SIR Mick Jagger's 17-year-old daughter GEORGIA MAY was named Model of the Year at the British Fashion Awards in London on Wednesday (09Dec09).
Quote: "I always admired, and felt for, Mick Jagger. I've been to the Stones' rehearsals. You gotta run that band - and he does, maybe to a fault... I thought Jagger was a great band leader, because the Stones always had a good show, and the material was well picked." Tom Petty credits MICK JAGGER for the Rolling Stones' success.
Quote: "When I was 12 and first started wearing lipstick, my dad would ask, 'Are you wearing make-up?' I would point to a photo of him in blue eye shadow and say, 'You're wearing more make-up in that picture than I am now!'" SIR Mick Jagger's daughter GEORGIA MAY on growing up as the daughter of a ROLLING STONE.
Quote: "I don't care what Mick decides his relationship with Jerry Hall is. For at least 20 years she was my daughter's kind stepmother so she'll always be somebody near my heart. She'll be a part of my realm for ever." Mick Jagger's ex-girlfriend MARSHA HUNT, and mother of his eldest child Karis, has vowed to stay faithful to his ex-wife JERRY HALL.
Fact: Who knew Mick Jagger was a big fan of HALL & OATES? The Rolling Stones star joins Fall Out Boy's Patrick Stump and soul man Smokey Robinson in paying tribute to the Maneater duo in testimonials for an upcoming Hall & Oates box set, called Do What You Want, Be What You Are.
Quote: "I'm not a party girl. People like to imagine I'm wild because they want to feel somebody's out there doing that (partying) while they're going to bed at 9:30pm. They don't want to think I'm washing my socks, too, or putting my kids to bed or moaning how they've left their room in a mess." SIR Mick Jagger's daughter JADE insists she doesn't live up to her wild reputation.
Quote: "They kept me out of the public eye quite a lot when I was young. I sometimes found having blankets thrown around me and all that a little traumatising." SIR Mick Jagger's daughter JADE on the efforts of her rocker dad and mother Bianca Jagger to shield her from the spotlight.
Quote: "I'm not saying they don't keep going, but they need Bill (Wyman). Without him, they're a funk band. They'll be the real Rolling Stones when they get Bill back." Bob Dylan urges Mick Jagger and Keith Richards to get bass player Bill Wyman back in the band.
Quote: "I'll never retire - I've done the first 20 years in the business and I'm ready for the next 20. And, when that ends, I'll be like Mick Jagger - and he's still doing it!" Lenny Kravitz will never quit making music.
Quote: "I know it's tough out there and the economy is in meltdown but I can assure everyone that I am not about to turn into Mr Whippy." SIR Mick Jagger laughs off reports he offered $150,000 (£100,000) to buy a vintage ice cream van.
Quote: "I never took Mick Jagger seriously. I always thought he was a friend. When he was pursuing me I just thought he was kidding." Eric Clapton and George Harrison's ex-wife PATTIE BOYD never fell for the ROLLING STONE's charms.
Quote: "You thought (presenter) JONATHAN (ROSS) was going to do all the 'f**king' and MICKEY (ROURKE) did it!" Mick Jagger jokes about Mickey Rourke's acceptance speech for the Leading Actor award.
Fact: Star Wars alumni Carrie Fisher and Ewan McGregor teamed up on Monday night (26Jan09) to host a pre-Oscar party at the actress' Los Angeles area home for Sean Penn's hit film MILK. Guests included Mick Jagger, Helen Hunt and Melanie Griffith, and, from the cast, Penn, Josh Brolin, Diego Luna and Emile Hirsch.
Quote: A new housing estate in Kent, England where SIR Mick Jagger and Keith Richards grew up is naming all of its 13 streets after Rolling Stones hits. Road names are set to include Satisfaction Street, Ruby Tuesday Drive and Stones Avenue.
Quote: "I guess quite a few people should be quite scared. I've had (publishers) Random House legal the whole thing because I don't want to be bothered with that stuff when folk start complaining." SIR Mick Jagger's Jerry Hall on her forthcoming memoirs.
Fact: SIR Mick Jagger's daughter JADE has put her London home on the market for $2.43 million (GBP1.5 million). The property boasts a gold-plated stripper pole in the master bedroom.
Quote: "I just don't give a f**k what spotty, divvy little indie bands think about me. My peers are Bono, Chris Martin, Mick Jagger and Keith Richards." Oasis star Noel Gallagher thinks very highly of himself.
Quote: "He's not as cool as you'd think he'd be." Mick Jagger's 16-year-old daughter GEORGIA dismisses her dad's famous rock star image.
Fact: Rolling Stones star SIR Mick Jagger and his ex-wife Jerry Hall have become the latest celebrities to be photographed by singer-turned-snapper Bryan Adams. The former couple has posed for a charity campaign to raise awareness about hearing loss.
Quote: "With THE STONES, I was travelling the world and partying, but always having to make sure MICK wasn't doing something he shouldn't. It was exhausting. Nowadays, I watch television and go to bed early." Former supermodel Jerry Hall is relieved not to have to look after her ex-husband SIR Mick Jagger and his alleged wandering eye.
Quote: "I have decided I won't marry again - you think you can change someone, but you can only change yourself." Model Jerry Hall's nine-year marriage to ROLLING STONE's frontman SIR Mick Jagger was obviously suffecient.
Quote: "I would have thought that you'd actually have to be able to remember your life in order to write about it." Rolling Stones frontman SIR Mick Jagger takes a swipe at bandmate Keith Richards' upcoming memoirs.
Quote: "He needs a parrot... He's an icon, I suppose, an iconic pirate... I hope he's not going to have a peg leg. I hope it doesn't come to that. But, you know, it could." Mick Jagger pokes fun at his THE Rolling Stones bandmate Keith Richards' portrayal of Johnny Depp's pirate dad in the third and final Pirates Of The Caribbean movie.
Quote: "We were well prepared for a film because KEITH (RICHARDS) sat us all down before we went on stage and told us how to act, now he's a Pirates Of The Caribbean star!" SIR Mick Jagger jokes about the band's preparation for Martin Scorsese's Rolling Stones documentary SHINE A LIGHT.
Quote: "How do you make yourself stick out? Apart from being a brilliant musician, very good looking and a brilliant performer." SIR Mick Jagger pities new musicians struggling to break into the music industry today.
Quote: "I quite like travel writing. It's an interesting genre." SIR Mick Jagger considers a career change.
Quote: "Shine a Light is the only Martin Scorsese movie I know that doesn't have Gimme Shelter in it!" Rolling Stones frontman SIR Mick Jagger on the MARTIN SCORSESE-directed documentary about the legendary band.
Fact: SIR Mick Jagger's 16-year-old daughter GEORGIA MAY is following in her supermodel mother Jerry Hall's footsteps - she's signed up to a top London modelling agency. Georgia is the second of the former couple's children to step onto the catwalk - 23-year-old Elizabeth is already a star model.
Fact: A new book by photographer ALISON JACKSON, named CONFIDENTIAL, offers sneak-peeks of celebrities including Michael Jackson, SIR Elton John, SIR Mick Jagger, and Eminem going about their daily lives. The staged images, taken of celebrity lookalikes, also includes photos of Britney Spears lighting a cigarette while holding her baby son, Jennifer Lopez on the toilet, and Madonna ironing.
Fact: Bianca Jagger is to get the boot from her rent-controlled apartment in New York. A court ruling declared Mick Jagger'S Latina ex-wife is in the country on a tourist visa so the luxury home couldn't be her primary residence.
Quote: "The thing about shower songs is you never quite know what's going to pop in. It could be something you've just heard on the radio or it could be something from years ago... but not usually my own." SIR Mick Jagger enjoys singing in the shower.
Quote: "The thing about shower songs is you never quite know what's going to pop in. It could be something you've just heard on the radio or it could be something from years ago... but not usually my own." SIR Mick Jagger enjoys singing in the shower.
Quote: "We walked in the studio, David and I, and there were the musicians; they'd learned the song... They got it right perfectly. Start to finish, like, five minutes and two takes just for luck. Finished." Mick Jagger admits his DANCING IN THE STREETS duet with David Bowie was the product of a speedy recording session.
Quote: "I have to eat and eat and have a few beers to keep my 140 pounds going!" Mick Jagger on how he keeps his slender look intact.
Quote: "I have always thought that my name was more of a curse than a blessing." Actor JAMES JAGGER admits there are some disadvantages to being the son of SIR Mick Jagger.
Fact: Rocker SIR Mick Jagger and his ex-wife Jerry Hall have yet to see their son JAMES JAGGER's stage debut at London fringe theatre the King's Head. The 22-year-old has teamed up with British TV star Shane Ritchie in one-act comedies Lone Star and Private Wars.
Quote: "I did find things a bit expensive though. Two quid for water, four quid for a hamburger. And the dog ate my dope." Rolling Stones frontman SIR Mick Jagger was unimpressed with the high prices at the Isle of Wight festival.
Fact: Former ROLLING STONE Bill Wyman and the band's frontman SIR Mick Jagger's ex-wife Jerry Hall will both be presenting trophies at the Evening Standard Theatre Awards in London on Monday (27NOV06).
Fact: Hip-hop mogul Shawn 'Jay-Z' Carter has become just the third African-American to make it onto this year's (06) Vanity Fair Annual New Establishment Power List. The rapper ranks number 46, behind Oprah Winfrey (9) and RICHARD PARSONS of Time Warner (11). Carter is also one of three musical artists that made the list, along with U2 frontman Bono (24) and Rolling Stones star SIR Mick Jagger (56).
Fact: SIR Mick Jagger's son JAMES celebrated his 18th birthday last night with a lavish fancy dress bash at the Hedges and Butler club in London's glitzy West End - but his dad failed to turn up in costume, preferring to sport a sober black sweater instead.
Quote: "Those two boys get on brilliantly!" LUCIANA MORAD is delighted LUCAS, her son by SIR Mick Jagger, shares a close relationship with his half-brother GABRIEL - Jagger's youngest son with ex-wife JERRY HALL.
Quote: "He's had concussion and he had to have this 'ole in 'is 'ead, as I call it." Rolling Stones frontman SIR Mick Jagger describes Keith Richards' head surgery following a fall from a tree in Fiji in April (06).
Fact: Footage of SIR Mick Jagger's bare bottom from the 1972 Rolling Stones film C**KSUCKER BLUES is up for auction. The two copies, on sale at itsonlyrocknroll.com, start at $30,000 (GBP16,000). The reels of film had no takers as of yesterday (21JUN06).
Quote: "I want to know how Mick Jagger does this stuff. I'm 32 and knackered. He's about 105 and still does it." A tired Robbie Williams kicked off the European leg of his world tour in Dublin last night (09JUN06).
Quote: <p>"Has the album sold as many copies as I would like? No. You always want it to sell more." Veteran rocker SIR Mick Jagger will never be satisfied with the sales figures for THE Rolling Stones' new album A BIGGER BANG. </p>
Quote: <p>"I don't think the show is family entertainment. At the Super Bowl parties I used to go to, when I was living in New York, it was a lot of blokes getting completely p**sed. It seems the women and children are there to open the packets of crisps." SIR Mick Jagger doesn't know why the Super Bowl half-time show has become so sanitised. His group, THE Rolling Stones, will perform at the American football season finale in February (06). </p>
Fact: <p>Rolling Stones rockers Keith Richards and Mick Jagger are such control freaks they insist on clearing everything personally when they tour, including the design of backstage pass laminates, before they're designed. </p>
Quote: <p>"It's a shame that he and MICK don't get on better. If they're doing this well without that kind of relationship, can you imagine how well they would do if they were actually ringing each other up getting up a better verse, a better hook?" Rocker Bono regrets his heroes SIR Mick Jagger and Keith Richards aren't closer. </p>
Quote: <p>"It's knocking about in auction houses. No one wants a picture of me. I don't think it's one of his better ones." SIR Mick Jagger is not impressed with FRANCIS BACON's portrait of himself. </p>
Quote: <p>"I love airports... I think airports are quite interesting." SIR Mick Jagger has an ulterior motive for travelling around the world. </p>
Quote: <p>"There wasn't as much food as there is now. But the girls were younger then, and there were more drinks." ROLLING STONE Mick Jagger on the differences between touring with his bandmates today and hitting the road with them in decades past. </p>
Quote: <p>"MICK, as a guitar player, has finally gotten there. Before, I'd always been wary of him when he played electric guitar - he let the rhythm run away." Ever critical Keith Richards has high praise for bandmate Mick Jagger's guitar playing. </p>
Quote: <p>"We're like quarrelsome brothers. It's sibling rivalry, without having the same parents." Keith Richards on his often tempestuous relationship with Rolling Stones bandmate SIR Mick Jagger. </p>
Quote: <p>"If myself, Mick Jagger, Jimi Hendrix and Madonna auditioned for American Idol, do you think we'd make it? We would fail." Kiss rocker Gene Simmons insists it takes more than a good voice to become a superstar. </p>