NME.COM are interviewing the Stones legend. And we want you to ask the questions...

NME.COM are going to be interviewing the legendary KEITH RICHARDS - and we want YOU to ask the questions!

Yes, in the very near future, we will be talking to the Rolling Stones' guitarist and this is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for Stones fans to find out what makes Keef tick.

What's his favourite Stones album? What does he think of [a][/a]? Does he listen or is he waiting to talk? Who ought to play the lead in the Keith Richards biopic? Does he have any hair and beauty tips? Radiohead or Coldplay? What's his favourite Cheeky Girls track? The choice of questions is quite literally yours.

And as if that isn't enough, we also want to know your favourite ever Stones song. So tell us your favourite and, just as importantly, why.

Just click on the "make a comment" link below, and remember that we want:

Your question for Keith Richards

Your favourite Stones song

And why

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