Stevie Nicks appeared along with other '80s and '90s female rockers, Pat Benatar and Salt N Pepa, on Wednesday's Oprah. What special guest showed up to help her sing?
Fleetwood Mac star Stevie Nicks was a guest on Oprah's rock goddesses of the '70s and '80s show on Wednesday -- and she talked about everything from addiction to skin care.
The singer said she knew she'd still be "rocking out at 62," saying, "I knew that if I couldn't sing for people anymore there would be a big hole in my life."
We had no clue that she's 62 -- she looks at least 10 years younger, if not more. Nicks said it's thanks to her consistent skin care over the years.
"Oprah, I have always taken really good care of my skin," she said. "Even in the bad days, even if you're just very, very drunk and have a big night -- everybody else goes to bed with their makeup on, but not me. I also stopped laying out in the sun when I was 30."
Nicks finished out her Oprah appearance with a stirring rendition of her song Landslide. Sheryl Crow took the stage about halfway through the song to duet with Nicks.
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