Mick Jagger, 74, Has Been Spending Time With A 23-Year-Old Who Is Younger Than Five Of His Kids
Yes, 74-year-old Mick Jagger did just have his eighth child with 31-year-old ballerina Melanie Hamrick last year. Your memory isn’t failing you. That mostly only happens when you get old. Like Mick Jagger.
What doesn’t happen when you or I get old is that we still have the kind of energy and charisma that allows us to still somehow hold the interest of a 23-year-old.
Which is exactly what numerous reports have said about the legendary Rolling Stones frontman over the past week.
Jagger’s rumoured new girlfriend is film producer Noor Alfallah, who attended the UCLA School of Theatre, Film and Television, and for those of you who are bad at math, is more than 50 years younger than the Mickster.
According to Metro…
It’s reported they met properly at a private flat in the French capital after being introduced by mutual friend, producer Brett Ratner. After hitting it off, they’re said to have been wining and dining their way around the city ever since.
Where does this guy still find the energy after all those hard-partying years? He’s a great-grandfather, for heaven’s sake. I can barely get out of bed in the morning let alone travel around doing concerts and everything else he does.
Despite having only been on a couple of dates, she’s already played the doting girlfriend routine, supporting Mick at the Stones’ gig at Paris’ U Arena earlier this month.
And the following day, Jagger apparently returned the favour by turning up at her hotel to pay her a visit.
Oh, by the way, like I mentioned in the headline, Mick’s kids, who have a combined five different mothers (he’s only been married once), are Karis Jagger and Jade Jagger, both 46, 33-year-old Elizabeth, 32-year-old James, 25-year-old Georgia (probably the most famous of the bunch), 19-year-old Gabriel, 18-year-old Lucas and Deveraux, who turns one on December 8th.
I guess Mick Jagger is and always will be the official poster boy for “what doesn’t kill you makes you stronger.”