Sir Mick Jagger has successfully undergone treatment for a medical condition that led to the Rolling Stones postponed gigs in North America.
In a statement, a representative for the 75-year-old rocker said he is “doing very well and is expected to make a full recovery”.
Details of his treatment have not been released, however, reports in the US in recent days have claimed that Jagger needed surgery to replace a damaged valve in his heart.
He would need a stent – a small tube used to open up arteries, the reports said, claiming he would be treated in a New York hospital.
Other reports suggested he needed a replacement heart valve.
None of these claims have been confirmed.
Jagger was spotted on a beach in Miami on Sunday, calming fears for his health.