Jagger Makes Comedy Cameo As Mad Electrical Room Technician

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Mick Jagger and longtime Rolling Stones keyboard player CHUCK LEAVELL wowed eagle-eyed rock fans on late-night TV in America on Tuesday (11May10) when they made unannounced cameos on comedian Jimmy Fallon's LATE NIGHT show.
Leavell joined musical guest Keith Urban for a rendition of the Stones' Tumbling DICe - as part of Fallon's Rolling Stones week - and then frontman Jagger showed up in a comedy skit.
The rock legend popped up in an electrical closet in the latest installment of Fallon's Late - a spoof of TV drama Lost. He explained he had to shout, "Yeah, all right, c'mon, we can do this" into four microphones every six seconds "otherwise the world is gonna end".
Green Day kicked off Stones week with a punky rendition of Rip This Joint on Monday (10May10).
Fallon's Friday (14May10) episode will feature the premiere of the Stones' in Exile documentary.
Meanwhile, Jagger has announced he'll be sitting down with CNN newsman Larry King for a rare interview next week (18May10).


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