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Dance, Mick, Dance!: After heart operation, Rolling Stones frontman shows off moves in new video

Samir Hussein/WireImageMick Jagger is evidently doing great following his heart-valve surgery last month: The Rolling Stones singer has posted a new video on his social media sites that captures him showing off some of his trademark dance moves.

In the 22-second clip, Jagger -- wearing a white t-shirt, black running pants and sneakers -- is seen in a dance studio watching himself in a mirror as he moves energetically to "Techno Fan," a song by the U.K. indie-rock group The Wombats.

It seems likely that the 75-year-old rock legend is preparing for his band's latest U.S. tour, which is expected to be rescheduled soon. The 17-date trek originally was slated to launch on April 20 in Miami Gardens, Florida, but it was postponed indefinitely following the March 30 announcement that Mick was in need of "medical treatment."

Later reports revealed that Jagger underwent a heart-valve replacement in early April.

Late last week, U.K. newspaper The Sun, citing an unnamed "music source," reported that Jagger had been given "a clean bill of health" by his doctors.

According to the source, "Mick is delighted to be back to full health and feels 100 percent after his op. He is his normal chipper and positive self."

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