Mick Jagger

Mick Jagger Cuts Harry Style Down To Size, Says He 'Doesn’t Have A Voice Like Mine Or Move On Stage Like Me'

Awkward! Mick Jagger doesn't have time to be compared to Harry Styles. In a new interview, the 78-year-old spoke about their "easy relationship," but he also dissed him in the process. “I mean, I used to wear a lot more eye make-up than him. Come on, I was much more androgynous. He doesn’t have a voice like mine or move on stage like me," Jagger told The Sunday Times. "He just has a superficial resemblance to my younger self which is fine — he can’t help that."HARRY STYLES OBSESSED WITH OLIVIA WILDE ROMANCE, 'HE'S TURNED INTO HER LITTLE PUPPY DOG,'...
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Mick Jagger calls resemblance to Harry Styles 'superficial'

If you know Harry Styles, you know he's a longtime fan of Mick Jagger. But the Rolling Stone legend is weighing in on the comparisons between him and the former One Direction star, and he doesn't think Styles "moves like Jagger" — physically or artistically. "I mean, I used...
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Mick Jagger Says Rock ‘Isn’t Supposed to Be Done’ at His Age

Even though Mick Jagger is still going strong at the age of 78, the singer admitted the energetic rock lifestyle wasn’t made for septuagenarians. "Rock ’n’ roll, or any kind of pop music honestly, isn’t supposed to be done when you’re in your 70s,” the singer admitted to The Sunday Times. “It wasn’t designed for that. Doing anything high-energy at this age is really pushing it. But that makes it even more challenging. So it’s, like, ‘OK, we’ve got to fucking do this right,’ but it’s got to be as full-on as possible. Of course, you could do another type of music — we’ve got lots of ballads. I could sit on a chair.”

Mick Jagger Seems to Want People to Stop Comparing Him to Harry Styles

Mick Jagger likes Harry Styles, but the Rolling Stones legend is no fan of people comparing the two singers. The two often draw comparisons for their on-stage performances and androgynous fashion choices, but the Rolling Stones frontman thinks he pushed style boundaries even further than the "Late Night Talking" singer has. Jagger's comments come just after Styles released his third solo album, Harry's House.

Mick Jagger Sure Seems Jealous of Harry Styles

For years now, fans have been floating Harry Styles’s name around as a possible actor to portray Mick Jagger should there ever be a biopic about the Rolling Stones frontman. It makes sense, to a certain degree. After all, they’re both British musicians with — in their respective heydays — rabid fanbases that consist(ed) largely of young women. Styles bears a certain physical resemblance to a young Jagger, and he’s spoken previously about the influence the “Satisfaction” singer has had on his personal style. He even once impersonated Jagger on Saturday Night Live.

Mick Jagger On Harry Styles: "I Was Much More Androgynous"

Mick Jagger is tired of being compared to Harry Styles. Though both singers have a similar career trajectory as former band members turned solo artists, and bare a striking resemblance, the Rolling Stones founder insists they are not alike. Jagger recently told The Sunday Times that he enjoys Styles’ music...

Mick Jagger: Harry Styles ‘has a superficial resemblance to my younger self’

Apparently, he’s got the moves like Jagger … but worse. Mick Jagger said in a new interview that he believes Harry Styles is unsuccessfully following in his footsteps. “He doesn’t have a voice like mine or move on stage like me; he just has a superficial resemblance to my younger self, which is fine. He can’t help that,” the Rolling Stones frontman, 78, told London’s The Sunday Times. Jagger did say that he has respect for 28-year-old Styles, who has been known to wear skirts and dresses, but called his own fashion choices “much more androgynous.” “I like Harry — we have an easy...