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story.lead_photo.caption FILE - In this May 25, 2018 file photo, Mick Jagger, left, and Keith Richards, of The Rolling Stones, perform during their No Filter tour in London. The 75-year-old rocker on Wednesday, May 15, 2019 tweeted a video of him dancing around a studio in front of a mirror weeks after he underwent medical treatment, reportedly for a heart valve issue. The treatment forced the postponement of the Rolling Stones' No Filter tour.(Photo by Mark Allan/Invision/AP, File)

Mick Jagger has his moves back after health problems

NEW YORK -- It's as if Mick Jagger is saying "Start Me Up."

The 75-year-old rocker tweeted a video Wednesday of him dancing around a studio in front of a mirror weeks after he underwent medical treatment, reportedly for a heart valve issue. The treatment forced the Rolling Stones to postpone its No Filter tour.

Jagger was told by doctors in late March he could not go on tour "at this time." Jagger tweeted he was "devastated" the band couldn't tour, but said he hoped to be "back on stage as soon I can."

The Stones' No Filter Tour was expected to start April 20 in Miami.

Falco, Perrette, Chuck Lorre sitcom set for new CBS season

NEW YORK -- "The Big Bang Theory" finale has yet to air and CBS is already back in business with its creator.

The network said Wednesday that its fall lineup will include a new sitcom from Chuck Lorre that stars Billy Gardell, who co-starred in "Mike & Molly."

Other stars joining CBS' 2019-20 schedule include Edie Falco in the police drama "Tommy," former "NCIS" star Pauley Perrette in the sitcom "Broke" and Patricia Heaton in the comedy "Carol's Second Act."

In the Lorre comedy, titled "Bob Hearts Abishola," Gardell plays a Detroit sock salesman who falls in love with his cardiac nurse, a Nigerian immigrant.

His co-star is Folake Olowofoyeku (fola-ke-olo-wo-foy-e-ku), a Nigerian-born actress who was in "Transparent."

"The Big Bang Theory" ends Thursday on CBS after 12 seasons.

Entertainment on 05/16/2019

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