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Adam Levine & Christina Aguilera Release Music Video For Moves Like Jagger

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Aug. 9 2011, Published 12:30 p.m. ET

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By RadarOnline.com Staff

Adam Levine and his Maroon 5 band, along with Christina Aguilera, released the new video for their hit song, Moves Like Jagger, on Tuesday, two months after they first performed it on The Voice.

And despite rumor that Mick Jagger was going to make a cameo, it's not exactly the case.

The video begins with an old black-and-white clip of the baby-faced singer in an interview, and then it cuts to present-day with a host of models wearing Jagger-esque wigs and clothing dancing around the set similar to the unforgettable Rolling Stones frontman.

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Levine even jumps in on the imitation act as he goes around shirtless in front of a huge Union Jack flag.

Aguilera doesn't appear until about three-minutes into the video, just as she does on the song.

Aguilera is seen dressed in a floppy hat and quintessential Twiggy-esque eyelashes, she looks more like a Rolling Stones muse.

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Toward the end of the video, Levine and Aguilera come together as confetti rains down on them.

It's interesting to point out, however, the way the camera keeps cutting back and forth as if the two didn't actually film their scenes together -- adding more speculation The Voice coaches are feuding.

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