Speculation is running rampant on what is wrong with Mick Jagger following Saturday's announcement that The Rolling Stones'No Filter tour has been postponed while he undergoes "medical treatment."
One report, which seems to be gaining the most traction, is that he'll have a heart valve replaced this week in New York, while another one says he injured himself training for the tour. Either way, his reps say he's expected to make a full recovery.
Whatever it is, life seems to be going on as normal as he was spotted over the weekend on Miami Beachwith his family and two-year-old son Deveraux.
The Stones are in Miami for tour rehearsals, but no doubt have headed home following the announcement. No word on when the tour will be rescheduled.
The news that Jagger is not well comes as a surprise, especially since he is the most health-conscious member of the band, always maintaining a rigorous exercise regimen that includes cycling, running, kickboxing and ballet lessons.
Both Ronnie Wood and Charlie Watts have had bouts of cancer, and Keith Richards had brain surgery after falling out of a palm tree in 2006.