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Rolling Stones ‘hire Paul Mescal of Normal People as a handsome party boy in their new video’

He became famous as the sensitive Connell in the hit drama Normal People, which earned him an Emmy nomination this week.

And Paul Mescal will report a handsome lead man in a new Rolling Stones video, according to reports.

According to The sunIrish actor, 24, plays a ‘handsome party boy’ in the video for the iconic band number Scarlet, written in 1974 with Led Zeppelin guitarist Jimmy Page.

New company? Paul Mescal plays a handsome leading man in a new Rolling Stones video, according to a report

New company? Paul Mescal plays a handsome leading man in a new Rolling Stones video, according to a report

It is claimed that the Brown Sugar hitmakers – consisting of Mick Jagger, Ronnie Wood, Keith Richards and Charlie Watt – hope that Paul’s looks will add a ‘fresh twist’ to their image.

A source told the website: “He is currently one of the biggest stars in the world, but of course he also wanted to work with some music legends.

Paul plays a handsome party boy in the movie, and no doubt there will be a whole new set of fans out there who want to check it out as well as the band’s fan base.

“The plan is to complete it in the coming days. Hopefully fans will see the results soon. ‘

Icons: According to The Sun, the Irish actor, 24, is playing a 'handsome party boy' in the video for the iconic song Scarlet, which was written in 1974 with Led Zeppelin guitarist Jimmy Page (photo October 2017)

Icons: According to The Sun, the Irish actor, 24, is playing a 'handsome party boy' in the video for the iconic song Scarlet, which was written in 1974 with Led Zeppelin guitarist Jimmy Page (photo October 2017)

Icons: According to The Sun, the Irish actor, 24, is playing a ‘handsome party boy’ in the video for the iconic song Scarlet, which was written in 1974 with Led Zeppelin guitarist Jimmy Page (photo October 2017)

MailOnline has contacted representatives for Paul Mescal and The Rolling Stones for comment.

Paul was recently recognized for portraying Trinity College student Connell in BBC Three’s critically acclaimed adaptation of Sally Rooney’s best-selling coming-of-age novel at the 72nd annual Primetime Emmy Awards.

Mescal has been nominated in the Outstanding Lead Actor category in a Limited Series of Movie, but faces stiff competition from fellow nominees Jeremy Irons, High Jackman, Mark Ruffalo and Jeremy Pope.

But Daisy Edgar-Jones, Mescal’s troubled on-screen enthusiast Marianne Sheridan, surprisingly missed an Outstanding Lead Actress nomination in a Limited Series of Movie.

Rise to fame: A source said: 'Paul is playing a handsome party boy in the movie, and no doubt there will be a whole new set of fans of his wanting to check it out as well as the band's fan base' (above at Normal People with Daisy Edgar-Jones)

Rise to fame: A source said: 'Paul is playing a handsome party boy in the movie, and no doubt there will be a whole new set of fans of his wanting to check it out as well as the band's fan base' (above at Normal People with Daisy Edgar-Jones)

Rise to fame: A source said: ‘Paul is playing a handsome party boy in the movie, and no doubt there will be a whole new set of fans of his wanting to check it out as well as the band’s fan base’ (above at Normal People with Daisy Edgar-Jones)

Go for it: It is claimed that the Brown Sugar hitmakers - consisting of Mick Jagger, Ronnie Wood, Keith Richards and Charlie Watt - hope that Paul's look will bring a 'fresh twist' to their image (pictured August 2019)

Go for it: It is claimed that the Brown Sugar hitmakers - consisting of Mick Jagger, Ronnie Wood, Keith Richards and Charlie Watt - hope that Paul's look will bring a 'fresh twist' to their image (pictured August 2019)

Go for it: It is claimed that the Brown Sugar hitmakers – consisting of Mick Jagger, Ronnie Wood, Keith Richards and Charlie Watt – hope that Paul’s look will bring a ‘fresh twist’ to their image (pictured August 2019)

Paul has since thanked Daisy, 22, for her work, defending her ‘extraordinary talent’ for the show’s success.

The Irish star shared a photo of Connell in tears and thanked Daisy, as well as Normal People director Lenny Abrahamson.

He wrote, “My actual face now! Thanks to everyone at @ElementPictures, @Hulu and @BBCThree!

Nominated: Paul was recently recognized for portraying Trinity College student Connell in BBC Three's critically acclaimed adaptation of Sally Rooney's best-selling coming-of-age novel at the 72nd Annual Primetime Emmy Awards

Nominated: Paul was recently recognized for portraying Trinity College student Connell in BBC Three's critically acclaimed adaptation of Sally Rooney's best-selling coming-of-age novel at the 72nd Annual Primetime Emmy Awards

Nominated: Paul was recently recognized for portraying Trinity College student Connell in BBC Three’s critically acclaimed adaptation of Sally Rooney’s best-selling coming-of-age novel at the 72nd Annual Primetime Emmy Awards

‘@lennyabrahamson I’ll never be able to thank you enough! @DaisyEdgarJones this only exists because of you and your extraordinary talent, it’s that simple! Thank you all. ‘

Mescal has also shared his disappointment at the fact that co-star Daisy will be knocked off, telling Vulture: ‘If it had been me, I would have given her all the love in that category. I cannot say enough about the work she has done on the show.

“I know there have been extraordinary actresses nominated in that category, but I think Daisy’s work is just phenomenal in this.”

This year’s Primetime Emmy Awards are being held virtually as a result of the coronavirus pandemic, with guests participating from home for the first time in the show’s history.

We've done so much good for each other: Mescal thanked co-star Daisy for her work and defended her 'extraordinary talent' for the show's success when he scored an Emmy nomination

We've done so much good for each other: Mescal thanked co-star Daisy for her work and defended her 'extraordinary talent' for the show's success when he scored an Emmy nomination

We’ve done so much good for each other: Mescal thanked co-star Daisy for her work and defended her ‘extraordinary talent’ for the show’s success when he scored an Emmy nomination

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