Reason Mick Jagger groupie wants Harry Styles to play him in Rolling Stones film
Harry Styles is in demand for a Rolling Stones biopic in development by Mick Jagger’s former groupie Pamela Des Barres.
The One Direction star, frequently compared to Jagger, has the “right look” according to Pamela, who wrote a 1987 memoir about her dalliances with the Stone which is now being made into a film.
“I am completely involved in the clothes and script,” she says. “I now have way more control. I want Harry to play Jagger – he has the right look.”
Pamela, 69, was speaking out to publicise the re-release of her book I’m With The Band.
It comes as The Rolling Stones start their No Filter UK and European tour in Dublin on May 17.
Pamela says: “One of the first nights I spent with Mick I helped pack seven suitcases.
"He had a lot of beautiful clothes and just used to say ‘Do you want this? Here take this’. He gave me a gold velvet dress he wore in the film Performance that I had to sell to my friend.
"I was a total free spirit and often broke.”
Talking about meeting Mick in 1965, she said: “We were in a hotel drinking cognac and Mr Jagger was there wearing a two-tone velvet suit. I passed in front of him pretending I had no interest.
“I was invited to squeeze into the booth next to Mick and no bomb threat or terrorist action could have persuaded me to remove myself from his presence.
“He ordered me two Harvey Wallbangers at a time and my hands developed a mind of their own.”
After retiring to his hotel room, she adds: “We made love for hours. I was dizzy.”
This week, the support acts for the Stones tour were revealed.
Liam Gallagher is one of a raft of stars who will support the band during their eight stadium shows, including Florence + The Machine, Elbow and The Specials.
Gallagher wrote on Twitter: “It’s a dream come true to be asked to open for The Mighty @RollingStones – the best Rock n Roll band EVER.”
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