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Mick Jagger Reportedly Interested in Opening Rolling Stones Museum in London

Rankin/Universal MusicThe Rolling Stones just played a concert in Stockholm, Sweden, on Tuesday and, according to The Daily Star, while Mick Jagger was in the city he took time to pay a visit to an interactive ABBA-themed museum there.  The paper reports that the famed frontman wanted to check out the attraction because he's considering opening a similar museum in London that will focus on the Stones.

That tidbit of information came from ABBA's Bjorn Ulvaeus, the owner of the Stockholm museum, who added, "It was an inspirational visit.  Mick has saved lots of clothes which they can display."

Jagger's visit to ABBA the Museum reportedly was kept secret in advance and took place after the attraction had closed.  While there, he perused ABBA's instruments and stage outfits, and also sang along with a hologram of the legendary Swedish pop group.

"He had thousands of questions," said Ulvaeus.  "Mick took loads of photos."

A rep for Jagger had no comment for The Daily Star regarding the singer's trip to the museum.

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