Mick Jagger and Foo Fighters Perform ‘Miss You’ at ‘SNL’ Afterparty
What's that you say? You didn't get enough of seeing Mick Jagger perform with Foo Fighters on 'Saturday Night Live' last week? Well, apparently neither did the musicians. During the afterparty, Foo Fighters served as the musical entertainment, with Jagger sitting in for a few more songs.
Despite the fact that the party began long after a 68-year old man like Jagger should have been in bed, the Rolling Stones' frontman had plenty of energy as he and Foo Fighters tore through versions of 'Miss You' and 'Bitch.'
Jagger wasn't the only guest brought on stage by Foo Fighters, who performed under the alias "Chevy Metal." Several 'SNL' cast members past and present were brought up to take turns at the mic. Amy Poehler, the star of 'Parks and Recreation,' went against her "nice girl" image by singing Joan Jett's 'Bad Reputation.'
Kristen Wiig, who left the show after Saturday's season finale, closed out the night with another Joan Jett song, 'I Love Rock and Roll.' Jason Sudekis and Andy Samberg provided background vocals.
The party took place outside 30 Rockefeller Plaza, where 'SNL' is performed, in the same spot where the famous Christmas tree and ice skating rink are located every winter.
Watch Mick Jagger and Foo Fighters Perform 'Miss You'
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