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Rolling Stones – Coolest Costumes in Rock

Rolling Stones
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In what we can only presume was the result of an high-stakes wager amongst themselves as to who would make the ugliest woman, the Rolling Stones dressed in drag for the cover of their 1966 single ‘Have You Seen Your Mother Baby, Standing in the Shadows.’

Oddly enough, one of their better-looking members, Mick Jagger, wins this dubious contest hands down.

Of course, the band were probably not the first and certainly not the last to dress up as the fairer sex, with everybody from U2 to Foo Fighters to the Red Hot Chili Peppers donning dresses (but often not shaving) on stage or in photos in recent years.

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