Carly Simon’s Wild Nights With Warren Beatty, Jack Nicholson And Mick Jagger

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Carly Simon has finally ripped the lid off her sizzling secret sex romps with Warren Beatty and other superstar lovers, including Rolling Stones wild man Mick Jagger and Jack Nicholson!

The 70-year-old singer confessed Warren is the mystery man in the second verse of her famous hit “You’re So Vain,” when she sings, “You had me several years ago when I was still quite naive.”

In her memoir “Boys in the Trees,” she admitted Warren two-timed her, but described him as a “glorious specimen” and praised his prowess in the sack, writing: “Warren seemed to have created a brand new manual on how to make love.”

Carly met him when she was on tour and he burst into her dressing room and charmed her by taking out a list of his conquests and writing in her name “at the top.”

She recalled one night of glorious lovemaking when he arrived in the wee hours, and was a “superman” in bed before leaving at 5:30 a.m.

At 11 a.m., she was at her shrink raving about Warren when the doc interrupted her and said: “You are not the first patient of the day who spent the night with Warren Beatty last night!”


Carly also confessed to cheating on then-fiancé James Taylor with Mick Jagger.

The night before she and James got hitched, Mick’s jealous wife Bianca called and told him that he shouldn’t marry Carly because she was cheating on him with the Rolling Stones frontman.

Luckily, Carly wrote, the connection was poor and “James couldn’t quite make out” what Bianca was saying.

“James said: ‘I’m sure that’s not true, I trust Carly.’”

Their marriage, from 1972 to 1983, produced daughter Sally and son Ben. It ended after he confessed cheating and having a sexually transmitted disease.

Carly also wrote about taking skirt-chaser Jack Nicholson to her place the night they met at a party.

Sipping coffee while chatting on the sofa, the star of “The Shining” suddenly asked her: “Do you ever drink coffee in your bedroom?”

Their fling lasted a few nights, she wrote.