Sir Mick Jagger wore a fake moustache as he appeared in a comic sketch on US TV show Saturday Night Live (SNL).
The Rolling Stones frontman, 80, also put on a nun costume in another skit as he appeared on the NBC comedy show on Saturday.
Other big names on the night, including The Last Of Us star Pedro Pascal and singer Lady Gaga, joined Puerto Rican rapper and singer Bad Bunny as he hosted the long-running NBC programme.
Sir Mick made a surprise entry during a spoof of Telenovelas, a form of soap operas in Latin America which are known for their outlandish plots, as dramatic music played.
Calling for respect, he comically hit SNL comedian Marcello Hernandez and Bad Bunny as well as manically laughing during the sketch.
Elsewhere, the rock star made another appearance as a man pretending to be a nun called Sister Kevin before admitting being part of a deception.
Sir Mick – along with the other members of The Rolling Stones – had launched their new album, Hackney Diamonds, alongside other celebrities at Racket NYC on Thursday.
They celebrated the release of their first album of original music in 18 years with a gig at the Manhattan venue.
Lady Gaga, dressed in a maroon sequined pantsuit, also made an appearance to do a duet with Sir Mick for the new song Sweet Sounds Of Heaven, which also features Stevie Wonder on the new record.