At their ages, Stevie Nicks could actually be Harry Styles' grandmother. In reality, they're fiercely close friends.
In a new chat with Steller, the 72-year-old rocker was asked about her friendship with the former One Directioner, whom she chose to induct her into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame last year.
"What really made me choose Harry is that he's so funny and so well spoken, and also that we're just such good friends. I knew he would really delve into my history and that he'd put it together beautifully, because he's a songwriter and he could tell my story," she said.
Harry, 26, performed with the Fleetwood Mac singer at the Hall of Fame ceremony.
"I thought that of all the people who would get a kick out of me being the first woman in the world to go into the Hall of Fame, it would be Harry," she said. "And I'm so glad I did because he was hysterical, but he was also able to tell everybody who I really am behind the shawl."
The chat came amid a resurgence of Fleetwood Mac's song "Dreams," thanks to a viral TikTok video.
In early October, a video went hugely viral of a man, later identified as Nathan Apodaca, skateboarding down an expressway while guzzling Ocean Spray juice directly from the bottle and vibing along to Fleetwood Mac's 1977 hit "Dreams."
The video was such a hit that Mick Fleetwood actually recreated it. Further, the initial video (and its many recreations) sparked interest in Fleetwood Mac's 43-year-old song. Apple said it saw a 221 percent increase in streams of "Dreams" in the days following the viral video. It also made its way onto the Rolling Stone Top 100 Songs Chart. The song currently sits at No. 3.