The Queen of Rock & Roll herself – Stevie Nicks – praised Queen Bey this past Sunday saying, “Beyoncé’s great. She’s got her alter ego [Sasha Fierce], but Beyoncé the girl, the woman, is very sweet and nice and polite. She’s a good role model. She’s not skanky. I’m glad we have her.”

Nicks originally met Beyoncé in 2001 during the recording of the pop anthem and (more importantly) theme song to my life, Bootylicious.  The song samples Nicks’ 1981 hit, Edge of Seventeen.

The 65-year-old Fleetwood Mac singer does not usually dole out praise this easily.  Nicks has criticized pop stars including Madonna and Britney Spears, just to name a few.  Let’s be honest, after making music for over 45 years and being nominated for 17 Grammys – Ms. Nicks can really say anything in my book.  I’m just happy she said Beyoncé’s great because, well, Beyoncé is great #ridetillidie #bey4life #bowdown #seriouslyiloveher.

 

Thanks to The Telegraph and The Huffington Post

Images via Toronto Sun & Fab Sugar

 

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The Queen of Rock & Roll herself – Stevie Nicks – praised Queen Bey this past Sunday saying, “Beyoncé’s great. She’s got her alter ego [Sasha Fierce], but Beyoncé the girl, the woman, is very sweet and nice and polite. She’s a good role model. She’s not skanky. I’m glad we have her.”

Nicks originally met Beyoncé in 2001 during the recording of the pop anthem and (more importantly) theme song to my life, Bootylicious.  The song samples Nicks’ 1981 hit, Edge of Seventeen.

The 65-year-old Fleetwood Mac singer does not usually dole out praise this easily.  Nicks has criticized pop stars including Madonna and Britney Spears, just to name a few.  Let’s be honest, after making music for over 45 years and being nominated for 17 Grammys – Ms. Nicks can really say anything in my book.  I’m just happy she said Beyoncé’s great because, well, Beyoncé is great #ridetillidie #bey4life #bowdown #seriouslyiloveher.

 

Thanks to The Telegraph and The Huffington Post

Images via Toronto Sun & Fab Sugar

 

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