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Mick Jagger enjoys weekend fling with mystery brunette in Zurich

Mick Jagger enjoyed time with a sexy young brunette while in Zurich, Switzerland last weekend. The Rolling Stones frontman and bandmates spent four days in the Swiss capitol while in town for a sold out 14 On Fire Tour stop June 1 in Zurich's Letzigrund Stadium.

Mick Jagger spends weekend with mystery woman in Zurich
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According to an article posted June 6 by, the iconic British rocker was photographed several times in the company of a mystery woman he reportedly met in a nightclub. The U.K. newspaper obtained several photographs of Sir Mick with the young brunette on the balcony of his penthouse hotel taken last Saturday and Sunday.

The photos show the couple in numerous changes of clothes over the duration. In one of the pictures, the woman is seen leaning over to kiss the 70-year-old singer on the head.

The Stones had only just resumed their world tour on May 26 in Oslo, Norway, following an abrupt cancellation of their entire Australia and New Zealand tour leg in March, due to the death of Jagger's longtime girlfriend L'Wren Scott. The outlet maintains the pictures are evidence that the veteran musician is moving on.

The entire band had a busy weekend while in Zurich, performing a sold out gig to 50,000 spectators. Tina Turner visited the "Satisfaction" hitmakers during the show and two Stones celebrated birthdays. Guitarist Ronnie Wood celebrated his 67th birthday on June 1, as well as his 39th anniversary as a member of The Rolling Stones while drummer Charlie Watts turned 73-years-old on June 2.

The Rock and Roll Hall of Famers played for the first time ever on June 4 in Israel at Tel Aviv's Hayarkon Park. Their next stop will be a headline appearance on Sat., June 7 in the Netherlands at the Pinkpop Festival. For more information, check out

Did you know? At The Rolling Stones' headline appearance on May 29 at Rock In Rio in Lisbon, Portugal, the band was joined onstage by Bruce Springsteen and Gary Clark Jr.

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