Stevie Nicks accidentally refers to Harry Styles as former NSYNC member

Stevie Nicks is just one of the stars that will walk the Red Carpet at Friday's Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Ceremony

Stevie Nicks is just one of the stars that will walk the Red Carpet at Friday's Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Ceremony

And hey, at least Def Leppard was present and proud to crank them out. Nicks said she hoped to be an influence. "I wanted to stand on my own two feet". NSYNC, sorry, not NSYNC, sorry, I'm never gonna live that one down, I know that. In 2007, Yorke joined the Talking Heads frontman in a conversation regarding the value of music after Radiohead chose to let listeners choose how much they wanted to pay for the band's In Rainbows album. She thanked Dick Clark of "American Bandstand" and Don Cornelius of "Soul Train", along with her choreographers including Paula Abdul.

Catch a broadcast of the Rock Hall ceremony on HBO on Saturday, April 27.

She joins The Jackson 5 and her brother Michael in the rock shrine, which has refused to remove the late pop king from its honored artist list despite pressure over a documentary reviving pedophilia accusations against him. She was originally inducted as a member of Fleetwood Mac.

The speech also highlighted how Jackson owned her "sexual freedom" through music and used her platform to honor friends lost to HIV and AIDS.

Nicks was the night's first induction. She was inducted in 1998 as a member of rock band Fleetwood Mac.

Members of the press corrected Nicks as others playfully laughed and she smiled. And the words say in so many ways: I understand you and you are not alone.

She says, "What I am doing is opening up the door for other women". She kicked off the proceedings with "Stand Back", wearing the original black cape from the 1983 video. Then she welcomed Harry Styles - the One Direction alum with the most promising solo career - to do the Tom Petty part on "Stop Draggin' My Heart Around", her debut solo single from 1981's "Bella Donna" album. "They're creative and smart in both areas, a rare and inspiring combination".

Still, they worked hard to dispel the idea that the famously reticent group might not be grateful for the honor: "We may not be the greatest musicians around and we're certainly not the most media-friendly of bands", Selway said emotionally. "But I loved the way dancing made my body feel". And what I really loved about Harry is when he decided to make a solo record from NSYNC - " Stevie began telling the crowd, who burst into laughter.

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"It's been a fantastic thing, it really has", he said. "Mama loves you, Eissa".

The Cure's Robert Smith's kept his Rock and Roll Hall of fame induction speech short, and wished that it could have even bit a bit shorter.

Def Leppard performed Photograph and Pour Some Sugar on Me in a set that brought the ceremony to an end. The band made it into the Hall with their second-ever nomination. Elliott said there always seemed to be a looming sense of tragedy around the corner for the band, but "we wouldn't let it in".

"If alcoholism, auto crashes and cancer couldn't kill us, the 90s had no fucking chance", said Elliott.

Roxy Music's "pulp science fiction" got a delightful and anecdote-filled introduction from Duran Duran's Simon le Bon and John Taylor - more compelling, honestly, than the honorees themselves, who mostly stuck to earnest thank yous and inside-baseball notes before launching into a set that included glam-rock bedrocks "Avalon", "More Than This" and "Love is the Drug". Brian Eno did not show.

Smith said he wanted to use the rest of his time onstage to play some music.

The soft-spoken Ferry thanked everyone from a succession of bass players to album cover designers. They made it despite being passed over in the past, but were gracious in their thanks of the rock hall. They performed hits "Time of the Season", "Tell Her No" and "She's Not There". "He will still be around in 30 or 40 years".

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