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Mick Jagger in Stockholm: ABBA museum visit; two women taken back to his hotel

Mick Jagger at the Rolling Stones' concert in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, on Feb. 21, 2014
Mick Jagger at the Rolling Stones' concert in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, on Feb. 21, 2014
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Rolling Stones lead singer Mick Jagger was apparently very busy when the Stones were in Stockholm for the second-to-last European concert of their "14 on Fire" tour. According to the Expressen newspaper in Sweden, Jagger visited the ABBA museum on June 30, 2014, apparently to get ideas for a possible Rolling Stones museum. After the Rolling Stones' concert at Tele2 Arena on July 1, the Stones had a party, where he met two unidentified women. Over the next two days, Jagger took each woman at different times back to his suite at the Grand Hotel, according to the Daily Mirror.

An unnamed source told the Daily Mirror: “It was typical Mick. He spotted the girls in a bar and quickly charmed them over a couple of drinks. By the end of the trip both had been back to his room. It doesn’t take much imagination to guess what went on.”

Jagger previously made headlines in early June 2014 for allegedly having a fling with 27-year-old American ballerina Melanie Hamrick, who was photographed hugging and kissing him on his hotel balcony when the Stones were in Zurich for a concert. Several media outlets reported that she spent the night with Jagger at the hotel.

Although Jagger got some criticism from the public for apparently dating women less than three months after the suicide of his longtime girlfriend L'Wren Scott, most people commenting on the Internet weren't too shocked (considering Jagger's playboy reputation) and said that Jagger has a right to grieve and start dating again on his own terms.

Scott was found hanged from a doorknob in her New York City apartment on March 17, 2014. She and Jagger had been a couple since 2001. After Scott's suicide, the Rolling Stones' "14 on Fire" concerts in Australia and New Zealand, which were originally scheduled for March and April 2014, were postponed and rescheduled to take place in October and November 2014.

As for Jagger's visit to the ABBA museum, former ABBA member Björn Ulvaeus told Expressen: "I heard he was on his way. I suspect something similar will be built for the Stones in London. That's why he wanted to have a look at our place."

ABBA museum curator Ingmarie Halling commented, "It was an inspirational visit. He said they [the Rolling Stones] have saved lots of clothes to exhibit. He was very cute and asked a thousand questions ... He was very curious and asked practical questions."

The Rolling Stones have been the subject of several art and memorabilia exhibits over the years. The most notable in recent years was a Rolling Stones 50th anniversary memorabilia exhibit at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2013. There were also photo exhibits from the Rolling Stones book "50" that were held in London and New York City in 2012.

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