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The Rolling Stones' Mick Jagger seems to be just fine after undergoing heart surgery recently.

Early last month, the Stones had to cancel shows from their latest world tour due to health problems with Jagger. The frontman had to have a damaged valve replaced.


It was unknown when the group would be able to continue their tour, but if Jagger's social media presence is anything to go by it should be soon.

The rock star shared a video of himself practicing his dances.



One of the legends of rock still has the moves after all these years.

The Stones were supposed to begin the North American leg of their tour on April 20th.

However, Jagger's doctors advised that he needed medical treatment, and the band was forced to postpone.

"I really hate letting you down like this,"

Jagger told his fans in a statement.

"I'm devastated for having to postpone the tour but I will be working very hard to be back on stage as soon as I can."

And if his dance video is anything to go by, he's almost ready.






Fans' worry was alleviated shortly after the surgery.

Two weeks after it was performed, Jagger was seen out and about with his girlfriend Melanie Hamrick.

She told reporters:

"He's doing wonderful,"
"That's all I'm saying, but wonderful."

Jagger's heart condition was spotted during a routine check-up.

After the announcement of his surgery, Jagger's brother Chris expressed a desire for the star to take it easy.

"Maybe he will slow down. Touring is a pressure."

He does have a point. Mick Jagger is 75 and still dancing like this.





Despite fan fear that the tour would be pushed back to 2020, the tour dates have been rescheduled to start up next month on June 21st in Chigago, IL. Fans unable to attend can get a full refund from Ticketmaster.

However, it'd be difficult to justify missing seeing these dance moves in person. The most surprising part of this is learning that Mick Jagger practices these moves before performing them on stage.

You're telling me these are planned?




The tour has dates listed through August 31st, with stops in Florida, Texas, Washington, and California. Tickets for most of the cities are on sale now.

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