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He's one of the oldest rockers in town - but Ronnie Wood was out to relive his youth as he squired
31-year-old girlfriend Ana Araujo out for the first night of new West End musical
Million Dollar Quartet
last night.

The hoary old Rolling Stone joined a mixed bag of celebrities at the opening night of the show, based on
the true story of how Elvis Presley, Johnny Cash, Carl Perkins and Jerry Lee Lewis once met up at the
legendary Sun Studios in Memphis in 1956.

The 63-year-old was joined by one-time Stones bandmate Bill Wyman, 74, who was accompanied by his
wife Suzanne Accosta, plus other veteran musicians including Chas Hodges, 67,  from Chas And Dave
and Suzi Quatro, 60.

Others on the red carpet to hear classic tunes such as Blue Suede Shoes, I Walk the Line and Great
Balls of Fire included Formula 1 heiress Tamara Ecclestone, former Doctor Who star Sylvester McCoy,
fashionista Brix Start Smith, MTV presenter Laura Whitmore and beehived cook Gizzi Erskine.

Ronnie and very glamorous polo coach Ana have been putting on a united front of late amid speculation
that their year-long relationship was on the rocks.

However, there seemed to be no problems last night as Brazilian Ana linked arms with her rockstar lover,
wearing a black silk blouse and pencil skirt with cream jacket.

The Noel Coward Theatre show apparently has no intervals as it is so packed with classic hits, which
might have caused some of the older members of the audience slight problems for a 100 minute show.
However, Ronnie has revealed this week that when it comes to modern music, he's no fan of the X
Factor - or show head honcho Simon Cowell.
He told the Daily Star: 'No, I'm not a fan of The X Factor. I just want to know what Simon Cowell's talent is. I feel sorry for US audiences.' However, he added he
was a fan of a certain young female Geordie judge.

Ronnie said: 'I think the Americans will put up with Cheryl, sure, but they'll look at Simon and turn off. I'd definitely put up with Cheryl.'

Million Dollar Quartet meanwhile, which previously ran on Broadway, has opened to generally positive reviews and is due to run until October.
By Jody Thompson (Mail Online)