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Rod Stewart Reveals that Mick Jagger Once Propositioned Him for Group Sex

Image courtesy of Penny Lancaster; Universal Music Group (via ABC News Radio)
Image courtesy of Penny Lancaster; Universal Music Group (via ABC News Radio)

Rock fans probably have heard the rumor about the sexual tryst Mick Jagger once had with David Bowie , but now Rod Stewart has revealed that the Rolling Stones frontman also tried to get him into the sack.  In a new interview with the U.K.'s RadioTimes , Stewart says Mick once suggested that the two singers have group sex with Rod's girlfriend at the time, model Dee Harrington , and Jagger's then-wife, Bianca .  However, Stewart says he wasn't interested.

"I've only done that sort of thing once in my life, with a couple of oriental girls, and it's not my thing," he admits.  "I'm a romantic and like a one-on-one situation, candlelight and foreplay, all the old-fashioned things."

Rod also tells the magazine that he considers himself a superior vocalist to Jagger.

"Mick's a fine blues singer, but technically not as good as me," he declares.  "He's made the best of what he's got, but I don't think he could do standards and he may not want to."

Despite his comments, Stewart insists that he feels no sense of one-upmanship with the Stones legend.

"There's never been much rivalry between any of our generation," he maintains.  "Well, maybe me and Elton [ John ] but that's friendly."

Rod also talks with RadioTimes about the possibility of reuniting with the other surviving members of his old band The Faces .  He says he's up for doing it, but points out that it may have to wait until guitarist Ronnie Wood is free of his commitments to The Rolling Stones.

"Ronnie and I talk about it, and when The Stones finish -- Mick Jagger is several years older than me -- we'll have a window of opportunity if we're not [too old]," Rod reports.

For Faces fans who may be tired of waiting for a reunion, Stewart says, "Keep the faith.  I've always looked on myself as one of a band and never sought a solo career."

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