Comedy duo impersonate Jagger in a new clip from their upcoming series 'The Trip To Spain'.
A new clip from next year’s The Trip To Spain sees Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon exchange their best Mick Jagger impressions.
In the clip, Brydon notes that his youngest children, who are eight and five, are relatively young considering he turned 51 earlier this year. The pair then discuss the fact that Jagger has recently welcomed his eighth child at the age of 73.
Each man then shows off his best Jagger impression before Brydon recalls impersonating Michael Caine to make the Rolling Stones frontman laugh. Watch below.
The Trip To Spain will debut on Sky Atlantic in 2017. Both previous series of the show, which is directed by BAFTA winner Michael Winterbottom, aired on BBC Two.
Jagger is currently promoting new Rolling Stones album, ‘Blues And Lonesome’. Their 25th studio album, it was recorded in just three days at British Grove Studios in west London and sees the band return to “their roots and the passion for blues music”.
Eric Clapton contributed to the new album, with slide guitar on the track ‘Everybody Knows About My Good Thing’ and lead guitar on ‘I Can’t Quit You Baby’. Read the NME verdict on ‘Blues and Lonesome’ here.
Meanwhile, the band have waived their royalties for a charity single dedicated to slain MP Jo Cox. The single, a cover of ‘You Can’t Always Get What You Want’, is considered a contender for this year’s Christmas Number One spot.