The leader of the Rolling Stones, Mick Jagger, seems recovered from the operation of heart to which he was subjected last April when he posted a video in his social network Twitter account in which he is seen jumping and dancing.
In April, Jagger, 75, was submitted in the USA. to a replacement of aortic valve by catheter, a minimally invasive procedure that allows to repair the valve without having to section the thorax, so that the recovery period is reduced.
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May 15, 2019 The surgical intervention forced the Stones to suspend their long-awaited tour of North America.
In a video posted on Twitter and to the delight of his followers, the legendary singer is seen dancing energetically and jumping in front of a mirror in a dance studio.
The musical group had planned to make its "No Filter" tour in the United States and Canada in April, with the first presentation in Miami, on April 20, and which would end in Ontario on June 29.
At the end of March, the Stones issued a statement saying that the doctors had advised Jagger – who holds the title "sir" – not to do the tour because he needed medical treatment, without specifying what the health problems were then. .
Days later, they said that Jagger was going to be operated on by heart. (tagsToTranslate) mick (t) jagger