MICK Jagger has got “big stones” in his pants. A former groupie has lifted the lid on her sex romps with him.
And she claims that far from “getting no satisfaction”, like The Rolling Stones hit, he was a real stud between the sheets.
Pamela Des Barres, right, said: “He has huge b***s.
“We made love for hours. I was dizzy. Mick personifies sex.”
Pamela, 69, who has also had flings with Jimmy Page, Don Johnson and Woody Allen as well as the late Keith Moon and Jim Morrison, has revealed all in a memoir called I’m With The Band.
It is now set to be turned into a movie.
And she would love to see One Direction star Harry Styles playing Jagger.
Pamela said: “He has the look. Harry would be perfect.”
She also told how girls still write to her asking how to meet idols.
Pamela said: “I get e-mails from young girls who are like ‘How can I get near Jimmy Page?’
“They are 17. And he is 60 years older but it does not matter to them.”
Rights: US – Available, International – Available
Writer: Pamela Des Barres
Producer: Gabriel Gornell
The acclaimed New York Times best selling rock & roll memoir is finally coming to the screen in this scripted feature adaptation. As a young girl growing up in Los Angeles during the late 60s and early 70s, Pamela Des Barres (the “real life” Penny Lane from Almost Famous) followed, dated, loved, and genuinely beguiled the likes of Jim Morrison, Mick Jagger, Waylon Jennings, Jimmy Page, Gram Parsons, Keith Moon, and Frank Zappa to name a few.
This is the rollercoaster biopic of her life—written by Miss Pamela herself. This rock & roll dramedy is a humorous, loving, and intoxicating Coming-of-Age story that takes place up and down the Sunset Strip—with the soundtrack of a lifetime, appealing to every age group. In the spirit of Walk the Line, Almost Famous, and The Doors, this kiss-and-tell-all will stand out as the perfect chronicle of rock ‘n’ roll’s most thrilling era.
Of the memoir that this film is based, perhaps the Led Zeppelin front man said it best. “I couldn’t have done it better myself. I will always love you, Miss Pamela, and again a thousand apologies for the premature ejaculation.” —Robert Plant