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Alessandra Ambrosio and Heidi Klum look stylish as they attend The Rolling Stones concert in LA

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Alessandra Ambrosio and Heidi Klum were among several famous faces attending The Rolling Stones concert in California on Thursday.  

Brazilian model Alessandra , 40, cut an edgy figure in a black leather jacket and a band T-shirt while German beauty Heidi, 48, showcased her wild side in a leopard print blazer. 

Both catwalk stars appeared excited as they arrived to watch the Briyish band take to the stage as they continued the North American leg of their No Filter Tour. 

Looking good: Brazilian model Alessandra Ambrosio, 40, cut an edgy figure in a black leather jacket as she attended The Rolling Stones concert in California on Thursday

Alessandra teamed her jacket and T-shirt combo with a pair of blue skinny jeans and chunky, black lace-up boots. 

The Victoria’s Secret model accessorised her look with a small silver handbag and dark sunglasses sat atop her head, with the star wearing her brunette locks loose for the occasion.

Meanwhile, Heidi teamed her animal print jacket with a T-shirt of her husband’s band Tokio Hotel, black jeans and towering black boots.

The America’s Got Talent judge was joined by her rocker husband Tom Kaulitz, as well as two of the children she shares with ex-husband Seal.

Look who it is German beauty Heidi Klum, 48, showcased her wild side in a leopard print blazer as she attended the gig with husband Tom Kaulitz and her children

Look who it is German beauty Heidi Klum, 48, showcased her wild side in a leopard print blazer as she attended the gig with husband Tom Kaulitz and her children

Wild thing! Heidi stood out from the crowd in her animal print coat

Wild thing! Heidi stood out from the crowd in her animal print coat 

VIPs: Rita Ora and her boyfriend Taika Waititi were seen entering the venue

VIPs: Rita Ora and her boyfriend Taika Waititi were seen entering the venue 

Arrivals: Cindy Crawford's husband Rande Gerber was also seen at the show

Arrivals: Cindy Crawford’s husband Rande Gerber was also seen at the show 

The group all took precautions amid the Covid-19 pandemic by wearing face masks and they chatted outside before heading in to enjoy the gig.  

And The Rolling Stones certainly put on quite the show for fans at California’s Sofi stadium, with front man Mick Jagger on fine form during the energetic set.

The singer, 78, dazzled in a pink embroidered jacket before showing off his moves as he rocked out with his bandmates, including guitarist Keith Richards, 77. 

Mick was in his element as he strutted about the stage and belted out the bands hits to the 70,000 adoring fans, which also included Rita Ora and boyfriend Taika Waititi, Ed Westwick and Rande Gerber.

Satisfaction indeed! The Rolling Stones put on quite the show for fans at California's Sofi stadium on Thursday, with front man Mick Jagger on fine form during the energetic set

Satisfaction indeed! The Rolling Stones put on quite the show for fans at California’s Sofi stadium on Thursday, with front man Mick Jagger on fine form during the energetic set

Rock on: The singer, 78, dazzled in a pink embroidered jacket before showing off his moves as he rocked out with his bandmates, including guitarist Keith Richards, 77

Rock on: The singer, 78, dazzled in a pink embroidered jacket before showing off his moves as he rocked out with his bandmates, including guitarist Keith Richards, 77

Rita and Taika were earlier put on a united display as they matched in red leather sports jackets, with Rita wearing a motorbike jacket and Taika donning a varsity jacket. 

The singer, 30, slicked her hair back in a wet look, while her director beau, 46, wore a pink and black beanie. 

Gossip Girl actor Ed also attended the rock concert wearing a blue denim jacket and a black hoodie.  

Let me entertain you:  Mick put on an incredible show for the thousands of fans in Inglewood, California

Let me entertain you:  Mick put on an incredible show for the thousands of fans in Inglewood, California

Ed, 34, sported a beard while pulling a peace sign as he arrived at the event in Inglewood. 

Rande, 59, an American businessman married to supermodel Cindy Crawford, looked concert-ready in a black jacket, grey jumper and jeans. 

Meanwhile, Satisfaction hitmaker Mick proved while The Rolling Stones are one of the most popular and enduring bands in the world as he gave it his all on stage, much to the delight of the audience.

Work it: Mick was in his element as he strutted about the stage and belted out the bands hits to the 70,000 adoring fans

Work it: Mick was in his element as he strutted about the stage and belted out the bands hits to the 70,000 adoring fans

The greatest showman: Satisfaction hitmaker Mick proved while The Rolling Stones are one of the most popular and enduring bands in the world as he gave it his all on stage, much to the delight of the audience

Full on: The singer skipped across the stage as he sang

The greatest showman: Satisfaction hitmaker Mick proved while The Rolling Stones are one of the most popular and enduring bands in the world as he gave it his all on stage, much to the delight of the audience

Start him up! Images of the gig see Mick full of energy as he jumped about and pointed to fans, while oozing charisma as the band rumbled on with their 13-date US tour

Start him up! Images of the gig see Mick full of energy as he jumped about and pointed to fans, while oozing charisma as the band rumbled on with their 13-date US tour

Impressive: Meanwhile, The Rolling Stones iconic tongue was spectacularly displayed on the Guitar Hotel to celebrate the band bringing their No Filter Tour to Hard Rock Live on November 23rd

Wow: The iconic tongue emblem reflected on the water at night

Impressive:  Meanwhile, The Rolling Stones iconic tongue was spectacularly displayed on the Guitar Hotel to celebrate the band bringing their No Filter Tour to Hard Rock Live on November 23rd

Images of the gig see Mick full of energy as he jumped about and pointed to fans, while oozing charisma as the band rumbled on with their 13-date US tour.

Not content with wowing in his pink bomber jacket, Mick when through a number of outfit changes on the night, with the star seen in a dark pink silk shirt as well as a blue jacket with gold sleeves. 

His fellow bandmates Keith and Ronnie Wood, 74, were also giving it their all as well as musician Steve Jordan, 64, who replaced the late drummer Charlie Watts on the tour.   

Sir Mick recently said he finds it ‘strange’ performing without Charlie, who passed away on August 24 at the age of 80.

Moves like Jagger! The star gave it his all on stage

Moves like Jagger! The star gave it his all on stage 

Bandmates: His fellow bandmates Keith and Ronnie Wood, 74, were also giving it their all

Give it some! Ronnie Wood was on fine form

Bandmates: His fellow bandmates Keith and Ronnie Wood, 74, were also giving it their all

Great addition: Musician Steve Jordan, 64, who replaced the late Charlie Watts on the tour, was hard at work on the drums

Great addition: Musician Steve Jordan, 64, who replaced the late Charlie Watts on the tour, was hard at work on the drums

The Rolling Stones kicked off their North American tour earlier this month, but the Sympathy for the Devil hitmaker admitted he and his bandmates are still not used to being on stage without the late drummer.

Mick told SiriusXM DJ Howard Stern: ‘Every time we get together now and rehearse, we say, “Oh, Charlie would say this, then he would do that.” 

An official cause of death has not been revealed but he suffered from a series of health problems in recent years, including a diagnosis of throat cancer in 2004. 

‘We did so many shows with him and so many tours and so many recording sessions, it’s strange being without him. And he said, when he was sick, he said, “You’ve gotta just carry on and do this tour. Don’t stop because of me.” So we did.’

Let's go! Mick and Keith belt out a lyric together

Let’s go! Mick and Keith belt out a lyric together

Missing his pal: Sir Mick recently said he finds it 'strange' performing without Charlie, who passed away on August 24 at the age of 80

Missing his pal: Sir Mick recently said he finds it ‘strange’ performing without Charlie, who passed away on August 24 at the age of 80

Tribute: The Rolling Stones kicked off their North American tour earlier this month, but the Sympathy for the Devil hitmaker admitted he and his bandmates are still not used to being on stage without the late drummer

Tribute: The Rolling Stones kicked off their North American tour earlier this month, but the Sympathy for the Devil hitmaker admitted he and his bandmates are still not used to being on stage without the late drummer

The Paint It Black singer also described Charlie as the ‘heartbeat’ of the group. 

He said: ‘Charlie was the heartbeat for the band, and also a very steady personality. He was not to be perturbed. He was a very reliable person, wasn’t a diva — that’s the last thing you want in a drummer.’ 

Elsewhere, Mick and Keith recently confirmed the band will not be performing their song Brown Sugar, amid discomfort about the 50-year-old classic’s references to slavery.

So sad: Mick told SiriusXM DJ Howard Stern: 'Every time we get together now and rehearse, we say,

So sad: Mick told SiriusXM DJ Howard Stern: ‘Every time we get together now and rehearse, we say, “Oh, Charlie would say this, then he would do that.”

Nice words: The Paint It Black singer also described Charlie as the 'heartbeat' of the group

Nice words: The Paint It Black singer also described Charlie as the ‘heartbeat’ of the group

The hit track was originally titled ‘Black P****’, but Jagger decided before releasing it that the title was too ‘nitty-gritty’ and it was changed to Brown Sugar.

The band, currently on the road for a 13-date U.S. tour, have not played Brown Sugar – one of their most recognizable songs – since kicking off in St Louis on September 26.

The 1969 song depicts scenes of slavery and sexual violence, including lyrics telling of a slave driver whipping a group of women, and has come under fire in recent years for its comments about slavery.

Keith Richards said the band have made the decision to retire the track as they don’t want to get involved in ‘conflicts’ about the lyrics, while Mick Jagger hinted that the song may return to their setlist in the future.

No more: Elsewhere, Mick and Keith recently confirmed the band will not be performing their song Brown Sugar, amid discomfort about the 50-year-old classic's references to slavery

No more: Elsewhere, Mick and Keith recently confirmed the band will not be performing their song Brown Sugar, amid discomfort about the 50-year-old classic’s references to slavery

Decision: Keith Richards said the band have made the decision to retire the track as they don't want to get involved in 'conflicts' about the lyrics

Decision: Keith Richards said the band have made the decision to retire the track as they don’t want to get involved in ‘conflicts’ about the lyrics

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