Looks like Katy Perry may have experienced some mixed signals from Mick Jagger.
Perry, whose new album "Prism" debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 albums chart earlier this week (read a track-by-track-review), told an Australian radio show during an interview that the Rolling Stones rocker hit on her when she was 18 years old, a claim Jagger's spokesperson denies.
In a statement released on Oct. 31, Jagger's spokesperson says the rocker "categorically denies that he ever made a pass at Katy Perry." "Perhaps she is confusing him with someone else," his spokesperson added.
Perry, who has worked with Jagger in the past, said in the interview she first met the "Old Habits Die Hard" singer after she recorded background vocals for the track, featured in the 2004 film "Alfie."
"I actually went to dinner with him [Jagger] one time and he hit on me one time when I was like 18 or 19," Perry said. "But that was a long time ago and since then he's been very kind." (Watch a video of her interview on the Australian radio station Nova FM below - warning: Contains suggestive language.)
Perry joined Jagger on stage earlier this year during the Rolling Stones' tour stop in Las Vegas, Nevada, where she performed the song "Beast of Burden" with the band as chosen by the fans (pictured above).