Ronnie Wood, 72, has admitted that he ‘never got beyond 29’ in his head and that he feels ‘cheated’ over life going so quickly in his new documentary. The Rolling Stones legend also discussed beating lung cancer in 2017 after 54 years of smoking 25 to 30 cigarettes a day and claimed that it was a ‘get out of jail free card’. Ronnie shared a teaser clip of the feature-length programme, called Ronnie Wood: Somebody Up There Likes Me, to his Twitter on Wednesday ahead of its June debut on Sky Arts. Candid: Ronnie Wood, 72, has admitted that he ‘never got beyond 29’ in his head and that he feels ‘cheated’ over life going so quickly in his new documentary In the video, Ronnie candidly spoke about turning 70 and admitted that it was ‘surreal’ as he didn’t expect time to pass him so quickly. He said: ‘I never got beyond 29 in my head, you know, so to be 70 is just so weird. It’s like being in a [Salvador] Dalí painting. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Ronnie Wood’s wife Sally shares sweet throwback of twin… Ed Sheeran’s £200million fortune sees star crowned the UK’s… Mick Jagger’s son Lucas celebrates his 21st birthday in…… Read full this story
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