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Moves like Jagger: Rolling Stones frontman is back dancing weeks after heart surgery

More Rolling Stones tour dates have also been announced six weeks after Mick Jagger's surgery

There is no stopping Mick Jagger, it seems. Just six weeks after undergoing heart surgery, the Rolling Stones frontman is back dancing.

The 75-year-old posted a video of himself practising his moves in a rehearsal room, showing that he is clearly recovering at an impressive speed. The video features Jagger throwing many of his signature moves to Techno Fan by The Wombats.

Watch the full video above.

Fans were clearly delighted to see how quickly the British singer has got himself back on his feet.

"This is what legends are made of," one Instagram user wrote. His 20-year-old son, Lucas Jagger, also commented, writing simply, "Oh woah".

The moves didn't go unnoticed by The Wombats. The British band's drummer, Dan Haggis, wrote: "You absolute legend!! Never seen anybody dance that well to one of our songs! Such an honour."

In April, several of the Rolling Stones' North American tour dates were cancelled, as Jagger underwent heart valve replacement surgery.

Following the surgery, he tweeted to tell fans he was "on the mend", and thanked the medical team that treated him for "doing a superb job".

Hours after the video of Jagger's moves was posted, it was confirmed that the Rolling Stones are going back on tour.

"We are delighted to announce the new US and Canada tour dates today! All of the cities from the previously postponed shows are locked in, starting at Soldier Field in Chicago on June 21st and including a brand new date in New Orleans," the band announced on Twitter.

Check out all of their upcoming tour dates here:


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