She was invited back, and her episode hasn't even air yet?!
We know the white witch's #1 fan Misty Day is more than thrilled! Ha!
In a new interview with EW, Ryan Murphy gushed Stevie Nicks might be his favorite part of American Horror Story: Coven—so much so, he's taking one of her ideas and featuring it on ANOTHER episode this season!
We know Miz Nicks will appear on ep. 10 as a means to bribe Misty into the coven, but Ryan revealed the Fleetwood Mac singer's second coming was all on her own accord:
"We have Stevie for another. Stevie will be in episode 10 and then we have Stevie for another one, doing an idea that she came up with that I thought was too perfect to say no to. Hilariously, Stevie read some of the scripts and called up and said “Are you aware that one of the things you’re doing I actually wrote a song about?” I’m like, “You’ve got to be kidding.” Then I remembered the song. We have something cool that was her idea."
Wonder what song ties into the voodoo vs. witch war perfectly?!
Rhiannon, Sara and Leather and Lace…
The possibilities are bewitchingly endless!
[Image via Twitter.]
Ahhhh is for EXCITEMENT!
We're pretty sure Stevie Nicks cast an actual spell on us all when it was announced she'd be appearing on American Horror Story: Coven this season…
And now, we finally have a sneak peek at what she's looking like on set!
OMFG! All black errrythang.
The original white witch is essentially already a character on the show without actually being in New Orleans—because Misty Day aka Lily Rabe has been fan girling her witchy ways HARD!
Luckily, Ryan Murphy is slowly making all of our dreams come true by sharing the above pic on Twitter and revealing new details about Stevie's appearance on the show!
In a recent interview, the Glee creator dished exactly what the Fleetwood Mac singer would be doing with the ladies of the Coven:
OMWG! (Oh my witchy goodness)
Fans of American Horror Story: Coven are totally freaking out right now!
After Misty Day hardcore fangirled over the original (and feroshh) white witch, Stevie Nicks—it looks like the Fleetwood Mac singer will be casting spells on the hit FX series, officially!
Ryan Murphy tweeted the exciting casting news today, revealing the iconic singer's appearance on the show:
It's been a pretty rough weekend for rock n' roll with the sad news of the passing of punk icon Lou Reed Sunday morning.
But the industry took another big hit when Fleetwood Mac revealed that one of their founding members and bass player John McVie was diagnosed with cancer.
The legendary band broke the news on their Facebook page and said they would be canceling their upcoming 14 tour dates in Australia in New Zealand while he undergoes treatment.
No one can resist the powers of Mrs. Carter!
Beyoncé is a longstanding fierce force in the music scene with millions of fans — one being none other than Stevie Nicks!
But besides the obvious fact that Bey is the queen of the hair whip, why else would Stevie be so into the sultry songstress?
Few people can imagine going through what the Glee cast went through when they lost Cory Monteith to an overdose.
But Stevie Nicks is one of those unfortunate people.
And after growing close with the cast when they created a 2011 episode inspired by Fleetwood Mac's music, Stevie decided to reach out to the cast during this most difficult time.
We didn't want to believe the Rumors (ughh we couldn't resist!) in case they proved to be false…
But huzzah! Fleetwood Mac really DID record new music and it's all available for your listening pleasure RIGHT NOW in the form of their Extended Play EP!
Take a listen to Sad Angel, one of their brand new tunes written by Lindsey Buckingham (above)!
Now, we've already heard this track before as Stevie Nicks and co. have been playing it while on tour, but the legitimate studio recording gives us a FAR better sense of what this song is about than the muddled live version.
Extended Play is the band's first collection of unheard tracks since 2003's Say You Will, and amongst its freshly penned melodies is Without You, a rediscovered song from the Buckingham Nicks project that was never officially released.
Yaaaay for more Fleetwood Mac! Our ears will never tire of their supreme musical talent and soul-stuffed creations!