Stevie Nicks Joins The Fleetwood Mac Dreams Challenge

Watch Stevie Nicks recreate the viral ‘Dreams’ TikTok

Watch Stevie Nicks recreate the viral ‘Dreams’ TikTok

Even band members MICK FLEETWOOD and STEVIE NICKS made their own TIKTOK videos to the song. But as with everything in Nicks' life, she took the cranberyy juice viral trend everyone's performing on social media and did it her own way.

The singer also spoke about age differences in heterosexual relationships, saying she finds it "annoying" that so many men in her generation pair up with younger women. She sings along to the Rumours hit as it plays on a turntable beside her, which is flanked by a bottle of cran-raspberry juice. She's certain it was the right choice, knowing that if she'd been forced to continue the pregnancy it would've meant abandoning her "world's mission" with Fleetwood Mac.

In the days after his remake, Fleetwood surprised Apodaca in an interview with the BBC.

She insisted that "some people are really afraid of dying, but I'm not".

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Yep, from the very moment that Nathan Apodaca filmed himself sailing down the road, glugging Ocean Spray and singing "Dreams", it was inevitable that Nicks would get involved. Let us know below, or by hitting us up on Facebook and Twitter! "When you're with Harry Styles, you're not with a famous person, he's just Harry".

Since Apodaca's video turned into a web sensation on TikTok, "Dreams" has been climbing the outlines. Within the video, Apodaca was skateboarding to work as a result of his automobile had damaged down.

"I would have had to walk away", she said.

For Stevie, who released her political new single, "Show Them the Way", last Friday (09Oct20), women's rights have been a priority since the death of her "hero", the U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, last month.

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