Mick Jagger, known for his fun-loving attitude and cheeky sense of humour, delighted fans with his playful side during a recent visit to Barcelona. The 80-year-old rocker was seen posing for snapshots outside the iconic La Sagrada Familia and at a souvenir stand along the way. Mick couldn't resist the opportunity to bring some humor to his photos, as the shirts on the display featured cheeky slogans such as 'I [love] DILFS', 'I [love] MILFS', and 'I [love] big boobs'.
Fans were quick to react to the cheeky image, with some speculating whether Mick's son, Lucas, had taken the snap. Comments poured in, praising Mick for his playful nature, his ironic style, and his ability to reflect his personality through his photos.
Mick's visit to Barcelona coincided with his attendance at the El Clasico football match, where he and his bandmate Ronnie Wood watched Real Madrid defeat Barcelona at the Estadi Olimpic Lluis Companys stadium on Saturday. Interestingly, the Rolling Stones logo adorned Barcelona's home kit during the game as part of their partnership with Spotify. This move allowed the Rolling Stones to reach a global audience during the Clasico for the first time, promoting their upcoming album Hackney Diamonds, set to release on October 20.
Hackney Diamonds is the band's 24th studio album and has already achieved great success, reaching number one on the charts. The iconic tongue and lips logo, designed by English artist John Pasche in 1970, has become synonymous with the Rolling Stones. It has appeared on every album cover since then, representing their unique look, stage presence, and merchandise.
John Pasche, reflecting on his design, described it as an attitude and a soft protest in a 1970s style. The logo, with its luscious and feminine qualities, perfectly suited the band and has remained an enduring symbol for over five decades.
Mick Jagger's playful poses in Barcelona highlight his ability to entertain fans both on and off the stage. His infectious energy and cheeky demeanor continue to captivate audiences around the world, making him a true rock 'n' roll legend.