Fleetwood Mac’s lead vocalist, Stevie Nicks, gave an interview to the Guardian recently where she talks about wide-ranging topics.
She talked about her relationship with former One Direction member, Harry Styles, abortion, and women’s rights.
The rock star’s 70s hit song, Dreams, just made it back recently to the chart thanks to a viral TikTok video.
The video shows a man on his skateboard, lipsyncing to Fleetwood Mac’s, Dreams while drinking Ocean Spray Cran-Raspberry juice.
What’s the Real Deal with Harry Styles
First off, Nicks clarified in the interview that Styles is a good friend of hers “and not her younger boyfriend.”
In a past interview with the Rolling Stones, Nicks called Styles her and Mick Fleetwood’s “love child,” and the son she never had.
She also shared in another interview that “Mick” kind of adopted Styles.
She also told the Rolling Stones, that she loves Styles.
It also made her so happy at one time, he made a “rock & roll record” instead of a pop record, which would’ve been an easy way for him.
The two first met during a Fleetwood Mac concert/Nicks’ birthday.
According to Styles, she gave her a carrot cake and Nicks love it.
The two artists’ relationship consists of speaking admirably about each other in interviews and collaborations.
In fact, Styles is the one who indicted Nicks into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame as a solo artist.
On Abortion and Being an Independent Woman
In her interview with the Guardian, the Gypsy singer also shared she had an abortion in 1979 at the time Fleetwood Mac is at its peak.
“Abortion rights,” said Nicks, was her “generation’s fight.”
According to her, she has been thinking about women’s rights since the death of her “hero,” US Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
She added that if US President Donald Trump wins, his judge may outlaw abortion, and it will force women to go through “back-alley abortions.”
Nicks added, there would have been no Fleetwood Mac if she didn’t go through the abortion.
According to her, she couldn’t have a child then, with constantly working hard and constant use of drugs.
“I would have had to walk away,” she told the Guardian.