In the 1970s, Rolling Stones frontman, Mick Jagger, added a green sparkle to his radiant smile by putting a small emerald gemstone in one of his front incisors. It seemed a good choice for the effervescent frontman until he started receiving constant comments that he had spinach stuck in his tooth. How annoying.
The emerald was replaced with his birthstone, a small ruby, until he became tired of people telling him that he had a spot of blood on his teeth.
Jagger finally chose a small diamond to add that extra colourless bling.
With all the gem-coloured choices in the world, Mick Jagger, well known for his big lips and expressive gestures, had to settle with just a simple sparkle.