Sunday, February 24, 2013

Stevie Nicks appears as herself on 'Up All Night' this Thursday in Australia

UP ALL NIGHT - Australia
Thursday, February 28, 2013
11.45pm, on Seven

This episode originally ran March 29, 2012 in North America.  Not sure if this is the first run of the show in Australia or if it's a repeat.  In any case, check it out this Thursday.

Talk about pulling power. As season one nears its end, personal life collides with work for Ava (Maya Rudolph) and Reagan (Christina Applegate) when the demands of a dog and a newly mobile child threaten the booking of the duo’s dream guest for Ava’s talk show.

That’s none other than Stevie Nicks, who appears as herself in this episode. Hang around for a duet between Nicks and Reagan as the credits roll.


9 comments:

Unknown said...

Her hair... what was she thinking?

greg said...

Elvira?

Anonymous said...

This blog really should be described as the place where most fans come and say negative things about anything current Stevie does.

Joseph Gould said...

I think she looks great here, and especially during the scene where she meets the two main characters and shushes the baby.

Anonymous said...

Having worked in television production, I'm sure Stevie's hair bouffant was to bridge the gap between Christina and Stevie's height on the otherwise symmetrical set.

Anonymous said...

I agree number three, you can't please some fans! For gods sake she's on TV who cares what her hair looks like, your seeing her!!!

Anonymous said...

"This blog really should be described as the place where most fans come and say negative things about anything current Stevie does".

Fleetwood Mac News was created to be a peaceful community of Fleetwood Mac fan bloggers. All opinions are welcome, as long as they are not offensive.

I love this place.


Anonymous said...

"You Can't Fix This" was written about signing your name on the dotted line, becoming "owned", and the perils included.

Anonymous said...

I also agree with number three. If these people are so disappointed why bother? Not that thing of a negative nature cant be voiced of discussed but where is the support? I know I only come here because I love Stevie and love to find out new things, I dont visit sites about artist I dont like lol. But to each their own. Just would hope people will remember that Stevie, like anyone else in the public eye, has feelings...maybe a softer delivery of criticism would be nice, especially from a fan.

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