Mick Jagger

Katy Perry Turned Down Rolling Stones Singer Mick Jagger After He Hit On Her As A Teen?!

Throughout the years, there’ve been A LOT of ladies who’ve left a notch on Mick Jagger ‘s bedpost!

What woman could turn him down!? He’s got the moves like…well, himself!

But according to Katy Perry , she said, “thanks but no thanks” after Mick hit on her while she was his teenage backup singer!

She spilled on Australian radio this week about the time the Rolling Stones frontman tried to take her home, saying:

“I actually went to dinner with [Mick] one time, and he hit on me when I was like 18! That was a long time ago, and he’s been very kind.”

Before hitting it big herself, KatyKat was doing background vocals on Jagger’s single Old Habits Die Hard . Back then, Katy did a lot of behind-the-scenes stuff, even lending her vocals to some of Miley Cyrus ‘ early tunes!

But as much as Katy wanted to climb the ladder and get her own record deal, she says she told Mick that sometimes, you can’t always get what you want!

Considering Mick’s legendary cocksman status, we have ZERO problem believing her story. But Mr. Jagger himself is now speaking out and DENYING that he ever made a pass at Perry!

A rep for the 70-year-old rocker issued a statement saying:

“Mick Jagger categorically denies that he has ever made a pass at Katy Perry…Perhaps she is confusing him with someone else.”

Um, there’s no mistaking Mick friggin’ Jagger! He’s pretty easy to spot – he’ll be the guy in the room that everyone is bowing down to for basically INVENTING rock & roll!

Well, we’re not sure who’s telling the truth but remember Mick, Katy’s not saying you actually scored with her! But she DID insinuate later in the interview that he did get some satisfaction with one of her friends!

Ch-ch-check out Katy’s full interview below!

 

Key Terms…
  • Turned Down ↔ deu fora
  • Hit On Her ↔ deu em cima dela, a paquerou
  • Throughout the years ↔ Ao longo dos anos
  • notch ↔ entalhe … no posto da cama
  • the moves ↔ as cantadas (make a move = passar uma cantada, dar um passo, fazer um lance)
  • spilled ↔ contou tudo
  • hitting it big ↔ ficar famosa
  • Old Habits Die Hard ↔ Old Habits Die Hard
  • behind-the-scenes ↔ por trás das cenas
  • stuff ↔ coisas
  • lending ↔ emprestar
  • But as much as ↔ Mas, por mais que (…quisesse)
  • climb the ladder ↔ subir a escada (galgar, subir patamares)
  • record deal ↔ contrato de gravação
  • speaking out ↔ falando (para a imprensa, etc.)
  • DENYING ↔ negando
  • ever ↔ jamais
  • made a pass ↔ deu uma cantada, deu em cima
  • issued a statement ↔ emitiu um declaração
  • categorically denies ↔ nega absolutamente
  • mistaking ↔ confundindo
  • pretty easy to spot ↔ muito fácil de detectar
  • bowing down to ↔ curvando-se para
  • scored with her ↔ “comeu” ela
  • insinuate ↔ insinuar
  • get some satisfaction ↔ obter alguma satisfação (canção: “I can’t get no satisfation”)
  • full interview ↔ entrevista completa

 

Turned Down deu fora
She turned down our offer of help. ↔Ela recusou a nossa ajuda.
Nobody knows why he turns down my help. ↔Ninguém sabe por que rejeita minha ajuda.
Robert was so busy he had to turn down an invitation to play golf. ↔Robert estava tão ocupado que ele teve que negar um convite para jogar golfe.
Hit On Her deu em cima dela, a paquerou
Even 50-60 year old perverts would be trying to hit on her in front of my face.  
…he was hiting on her and checking her out it was funny!
For 21 years, I asked to my wife to make this guy stop hitting on her, at least out of respect for me.  
notch entalhe … no posto da cama
But what she doesn’t want, is to be a notch in the bedpost.
I don’t blame Remus; I wouldn’t want to be a notch either.
stuff coisas
Stuff happens. ↔Coisas acontecem.
Don’t forget your stuff. ↔Não esqueça suas coisas.
Get this stuff out of here. ↔Coloque essa coisa fora daqui.
climb the ladder subir a escada (galgar, subir patamares)
He was determined to climb the ladder and become the company chairman one day.
You have to work very hard if you want to climb the corporate ladder.
A ‘ladder’ is a device with steps used to ‘climb’ (or move) up and down, so the ‘corporate ladder’ is the series of steps people go through as they gain more power in a corporation and ‘rise to the top’ – from file clerk up to president.
speaking out falando (para a imprensa, etc.)
To talk freely and fearlessly, as about a public issue.
scored with her “comeu” ela
Besides sex, ‘to score’ can also mean to have a success. For example, “I scored with her family” …meaning, I made a good impression with her family.
I can’t believe you haven’t even scored with her yet. I think you’re starting to lose your touch.

Audio Notes

  • Turned Down ↔ deu fora

    I can be turned down for a job, from a girl, etc.. I can have an application rejected or turned down…

  • Hit On Her ↔ deu em cima dela, a paquerou

    Hitting on someone: various was of letting someone of the opposite sex know that you’re interested. Another way of saying that you’re hitting on someone is to flirt or making moves on someone. In generally, flirting is more innocent.

  • the moves ↔ as cantadas (make a move = passar uma cantada, dar um passo, fazer um lance)

    If a guy hits on a girl, we can say he’s making a move on her–he is flirting with her, trying to impress her, etc. We can also say that a guy has a lot of moves if he is often successful with the ladies.

  • spilled ↔ contou tudo

    We usually use the word spill with something like a glass of milk: The milk spilled on the ground. However, someone can ‘spill’ their thoughts or opinions to the press, meaning that they say everything they’re thinking about, etc.

  • hitting it big ↔ ficar famosa

    Hitting it big means to have a big success, to “make it big”, to win a lot of money, etc.

  • speaking out ↔ falando (para a imprensa, etc.)

    When someone ‘speaks out’, they’re usually speaking out against something, fearlessly, perhaps defending a public issue, etc.

  • scored with her ↔ “comeu” ela

    Besides sex, ‘to score’ can also mean to have a success.

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