The Rolling Stones have been offered another concert in Copacabana - meaning they could take back their concert attendance record Madonna surpassed.

The Rolling Stones have been invited back to South America

The Rolling Stones have been invited back to South America

The Queen of Pop wrapped her 'Celebration' tour by playing her biggest-ever concert in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil in May, playing to an estimated 1.6 million fans at Copacabana Beach.

Sir Mick Jagger and co performed to 1.5 million people there on their 'A Bigger Bang' tour in 2006.

Daniel Grinbank, who organised the concert 19 years ago, has contacted the 'Paint it Black' rockers to see if they would be interested in playing in South American again.

A source told The Sun newspaper's Bizarre column: “The Stones have a massive following in South America and there is potential for them to take their Hackney Diamonds tour there in 2025.

“The reception to the North American shows has been immense and Mick, Keith and Ronnie are still raring to go.

“Daniel has approached them about coming back to South America for some shows and thinks another concert at Copacabana 19 years on could see The Stones taking back the record from Madonna.

“The talks are ongoing but if anything is announced, it won’t be until the band have finished up their North America run.”

Sir Rod Stewart is the one to beat as he played to a whopping 4.2 million there on New Year’s Eve in 1994.

The Stones are set to take a break after they wrap their North American tour in Missouri on July 21.