Were you thinking what we were thinking when you saw Rolling Stones singer Mick Jagger sitting with former President Bill Clinton at the U.S.-Ghana World Cup match?
Because we were thinking, Lock up your daughters.
And also, man, would we like to eavesdrop on this conversation.
]]>second consecutive U.S. World Cup game on Saturday (June 26) in Rustenburg, South Africa, and he was joined in the stands by Jagger. Clinton decided to stick around after seeing the Americans’ dramatic win against Algeria on Wednesday, but his presence wasn’t a good-luck charm for the United States this time: Ghana won, 2-1, on a goal by Asamoah Gyan in the third minute of extra time. Jagger — a fan of the English Premier League club West Ham United whose home country takes on Germany Sunday — and the former president at least saw a tightly contested game. Ghana took the lead very early and controlled much of the first half, but the U.S. tied it on a penalty shot by Landon Donovan in the 62nd minute. The U.S. had several chances toward the end of the second half to take the lead but couldn’t get a shot past Ghana’s goalkeeper, Richard Kingson. Follow Zap2it and Zap2itRick on Twitter and Zap2it on Facebook for the latest TV, movie and celebrity news. Photo credit: Getty Images