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Jagger

Sir Mick, full name Michael Philip Jagger. born 1943, English rock singer and songwriter: lead vocalist with the Rolling Stones
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Richards, 74, who has four children and five grandchildren himself, called band mate Jagger "a randy old bastard" in an interview with the Wall Street Journal magazine, released on Wednesday.
SIR Mick Jagger only has a "casual" relationship with the ballerina who is expecting his child, a friend said yesterday.
Now we all know what Adam Levine meant in his hit single 'Moves like Jagger.
But this Easter, Al Jagger, the west Eugene man who first dreamed up the lawn signs, decided he wanted something bigger and bolder.
A BULL which sold for a record-breaking [euro]204,000 must have moo-ves like Jagger as he's now in demand as a stud.
But the Kennel Club said Irish setter Jagger was fed poisoned beef after the animal returned to Belgium, where it lived.
Irish setter Jagger died after the event in Birmingham earlier this month, having reportedly eaten poisoned food.
Michael Edward Jagger was found guilty of depositing controlled waste without a permit following an investigation by the Environment Agency.
The Rolling Stones frontman Sir Mick Jagger is being criticised by L'Wren Scott's family for filing a $13 million insurance claim for their cancelled Australian and New Zealand shows.
However, rather than Juan Zuniga, the man who ended Neymar's campaign, Phil Scolari's tactics or David Luiz's defending, they have turned their ire on Rolling Stones frontman Mick Jagger.
London, July 10 ( ANI ): The Rolling Stones' lead vocalist Sir Mick Jagger has reportedly denied that he was Brazil's World Cup jinx after media and fans blamed him for the team's humiliating loss to Germany in the semifinal.
IT'S hard to judge someone who has lost a loved one, but I do think Mick Jagger has gone into the arms of another woman too soon.