AHS: Coven Conjures Up Stevie Nicks

English: Stevie Nicks in concert

This just keeps getting better and better!

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55th Annual Women's Guild Cedars-Sinai Gala - ArrivalsIf you thought American Horror Story: Coven’s Misty Day was all fangirl about Stevie Nicksbefore, just wait till she meets “the white witch” in the flesh! (Word of advice to the Fleetwood Mac legend: Stand back! Stand back!)

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The creepshow’s co-creator, Ryan Murphy, announced on Twitter Tuesday morning that the “Rhiannon” songstress has agreed to make a guest appearance. No word yet on whether she’ll be warbling one of her hits — or even if she’ll be real or a figment of Misty’s vivid imagination — but regardless, Murphy has pulled off what is likely the (spell) casting coup of the year!

What do you think? Are you as stoked as Misty that her idol is coming to Coven? Hit the comments.

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