Harry Styles and Stevie Nicks
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Harry Styles and Stevie Nicks Perform Together at Gucci Cruise Fashion Show

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Harry has developed a great bond with Fleetwood Mac and has previously gushed about how much he loves the band.

Additionally, at the Gucci Cruise fashion show in Rome, Harry Styles and Stevie Nicks shared the stage for a duet.

The pair captivated the glitzy audience with renditions of the late singer’s classic classics, such as Stop Dragging My Heart Around and Landslide.

Wearing a pastel pink suit with flared pants and rose-colored glasses, Harry, the new face of Gucci fragrance, looked tremendously extravagant. The 25-year-old member of One Direction chose to play the guitar while sporting metallic rings on each finger and pink and blue nail varnish.

Stevie, meanwhile, looked ominous in a floor-length black dress and leather gloves.The performance by the duo captivated the audience, which included A$AP Rocky, Zoe Saldana, and Elton John.

Harry first developed an affection for Fleetwood Mac during the singer’s time in One Direction. When he first saw Stevie Nicks backstage at a concert on her birthday in 2015, he confessed to Rolling Stones Magazine that he was anxious.

He said to the magazine that he “piped her name onto a cake” he created for the seasoned vocalist. He stated, “She loved it.” he said, “Happy she enjoyed carrot cake.”

In an interview with Mail Online, Stevie disclosed that Harry and legendary drummer Mick Fleetwood had developed a strong friendship.

“When we did the last Fleetwood Mac show on my birthday [May 2015] it was the nicest birthday I’d had in 10 years -Harry styles brought back a cake,” Stevie remarked.

Stevie went on to say, “Mick has kind of adopted him.” Mick’s family consists solely of women, and since Harry is the tall, lanky, musical son he has always desired, they stay in contact.

And Mick corroborated the assertion, raving over the One Direction member while on a promotional trip in Australia and admitting that he ‘loves’ the Sign Of The Times hitmaker.

“I love him,” Mick confessed. “He has such talent.”

“He has the real sh*t.”

When Harry Styles was chosen to induct Stevie Nicks into the 2019 Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in Brooklyn, it solidified Harry’s relationship with the band.

Harry referred to her as a “magical gypsy godmother who occupies the in-between” during the induction speech.

If you have the good fortune to know her, you can always count on her support. She is aware of your needs and can provide you with guidance, a little knowledge, a blouse, or a shawl.

Her songs frequently do all three at once: they make you want to dance, feel like you’re on top of the world, and hurt. More mascara has run from her hands than from all the horrible dates in history combined, including mine. He stated, “Stevie, that is true.”

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