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Adam Levine's 'Moves Like Jagger' Video Will Feature Mick Jagger

Rolling Stones legend will appear in clip along with Christina Aguilera

July 8, 2011 8:50 AM ET
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Mick Jagger and L'Wren Scott
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Adam Levine's hit song "Moves Like Jagger" features fellow Voice coach Christina Aguilera, but a source tells Us Weekly the man who provided the inspiration for the song will also appear in its music video.

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"Making a video for 'Moves Like Jagger' with Christina Aguilera tomorrow!" Levine, 32, tweeted Thursday. The Maroon 5 frontman and Aguilera, 30, first performed the homage to Jagger, 67, on The Voice in June; sources now tell Us that the legend himself will have a part in the hit song's video. 

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Us first reported the news last month that all four coaches of The Voice – including Cee-Lo Green and Blake Shelton – would be returning for the show's second season.

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