Mick Jagger secretly visits Florence's Accademia Gallery

Closed-door visit to the Accademia Gallery in Florence for singer Mick Jagger, who will perform tonight in Lucca with the Rolling Stones.

Mick Jagger, leader of the Rolling Stones, secretly visited the Accademia Gallery in Florence.

Traveling to Tuscany for the group’s big concert scheduled for tonight at the walls of Lucca, Jagger visited the museum last night just after it was closed to the public, with Gallery director Cecilie Hollberg serving as his guide.

Dressed in a shirt, dark denim pants and sneakers, the rocker, who had visited the Gallery before, admired and photographed Michelangelo’s David and other exhibits.

According to Hollberg, Jagger appreciated, in addition to the David, Giottosfresco, thePrisoners, Scheggia’s Adimari chest, which he wanted to observe in all details, and Bartolini’s gipsoteca .

The singer was reportedly “thrilled” with the hour-long visit.

Pictured, Mick Jagger in front of Michelangelo’s David (photo posted on the singer’s Instagram account)

Mick Jagger secretly visits Florence's Accademia Gallery
Mick Jagger secretly visits Florence's Accademia Gallery

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