Sir Mick Jagger helped his daughter Georgia May celebrate her 21st birthday in style with a star-studded costume party in London on Friday (18Jan13).
The Rolling Stones rocker showed off his legendary moves on the dancefloor with his ex-wife Jerry Hall and their model daughter, who dressed as a lizard queen in a skin-tight catsuit, black velvet cape, horns and body paint for the bash at the Lounge Lover club.
DJ Mark Ronson showed up sporting gory face paint, which made him look as if the flesh on his face had been unzipped, while waiters dressed as bloody surgeons served cakes in the shape of sawed-off fingers.
A source tells Britain's Mail On Sunday newspaper, "The whole Jagger family was there. Mick was dancing and I think even Jerry had a bit of a swing of her hips, too.
"But she spent most of the evening at the bar talking to Georgia May's friends. There was a DJ set from a drum-and-bass specialist called Shy FX and there were twins dressed as zombies wandering round, mingling with guests. The costumes were spectacular - one guy came as Edward Scissorhands and another was dressed as a Care Bear."
British model Cara Delevingne was also in attendance wearing a comedy whoopee cushion costume.