If you want to believe Christopher Andersen's book, "Mick: The Wild Life and Mad Genius of Jagger", Mick Jagger (76) dumped Angelina Jolie (44) ice cold at a party in the late 1990s. In it, the author claims, according to the British "Daily Mirror", that the Rolling Stones legend Jolie allegedly only made calls afterwards to later call her for a one-night stand with US actress Farrah Fawcett (1947-2009) to move.
When the Stones for their song "Anybody Seen My Baby?" from 1997 the corresponding music video was shot, the protagonist was the young Angelina Jolie. The then 23-year-old then allegedly turned the head of the Stones singer and full-time Casanova. "She scares me a bit – I like that," Jagger is said to have said about her. The musician is said to have been courting Jolie for two years – after all, the two of them were probably dating.
Alleged tech quack with Farrah Fawcett
According to Andersen's book, Jagger was said to have been at a party with Jolie – only to have her sit down for a quack with Farrah Fawcett. Fawcett was particularly famous in the 1970s for the series "Three Angels for Charlie" and was then considered a sex symbol. "It was very short, but what makes it so fascinating is that it happened when Angelina and Mick were at a party and he disappeared with Farrah," the book says.