ROLLING Stones frontman Mick Jagger has proved he is back and fighting fit with iconic dance moves.
Only days ago Mick Jagger was given the all clear after his heart valve replacement surgery back at the beginning of April.
With the Rolling Stones officially announcing the rescheduling of the their US and Canada tours dates will be coming soon on their official Twitter page, Mick has proved he is fighting fit and ready to go.
Taking to his Instagram page today, the 75-year-old revealed to his 1.7million followers that he was back in the studio practicing his iconic dance moves.
Busting his moves to Techno Fan by The Wombats, the Rolling Stones frontman had the energy of a man half his age.
Kicking his legs and throwing his arms in the air, Mick brought his trademark swagger to life, before finishing off with his signature point in the air.
Dressed in his gym kit, opting to wear a white T-shirt and Adidas jogging bottoms, Mick showed he was ready for a good work out.
Loving the video, it didn’t take long for his devotees to flock to his comments section.
Referencing the Maroon 5 hit, one joked: “Moves like Jagger.”
Another gushed: “How old is this man again?”
A third commented: “Come on. This is what legends are made of.”
While a fourth wrote: “Yes! Now we are waiting for the tour dates.”
Upon doctor’s orders, Jagger was forced to cancel his upcoming US and Canada tour dates ahead of the operation.
Devastated, the star took to social media to apologise to fans, writing: “I’m so sorry to all our fans in America and Canada with tickets. I really hate letting you down like this.
“I’m devastated for having to postpone the tour but I will be working very had to be back on stage as soon as I can.”
Mick certainly didn’t let his fans down today with his energetic video.