Mick Jagger shares video of himself dancing after recovering from 'heart surgery'

The 75-year-old rocker has his iconic moves back

Clémence Michallon
New York
@Clemence_Mcl
Wednesday 15 May 2019 21:01
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Mick Jagger performs during a concert at The Velodrome Stadium in Marseille on 26 June, 2018, as part of the Rolling Stones' No Filter tour.
Mick Jagger performs during a concert at The Velodrome Stadium in Marseille on 26 June, 2018, as part of the Rolling Stones' No Filter tour.

Mick Jagger is officially back on his feet, about a month after reportedly undergoing heart surgery.

The 75-year-old shared a video of himself on Twitter on Wednesday dancing energetically in a studio, busting some of his iconic moves in front of a mirror.

Jagger chose to let the clip speak for itself and shared it without a caption.

Back in March, the Rolling Stones announced they were postponing tour dates so that Jagger could receive medical treatment.

The band’s No Filter Tour was supposed to begin on 20 April in Miami.

The singer was reportedly suffering from a heart valve issue.

Jagger has acknowledged the treatment, though he hasn’t specified the reason for it.

On 5 April, he told his fans he was doing “much better” and was “on the mend”.

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A few days later, Jagger shared a photo of himself taking a walk in the park, confirming that his health was improving.

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