Adapted from TikTok @stevienicks and @420doggface208

Stevie Nicks has been in the music world now for over five decades, appealing to many different generations of music listeners. The Fleetwood Mac vocalist has just made her first TikTok, after many users have posted videos using Fleetwood Mac's music.


Stevie Nicks' First TikTok!

@stevienicks

Afternoon vibe. Lace 'em up! ##Dreams ##FleetwoodMac ##CranberryDreams @420doggface208

♬ Dreams (2004 Remaster) - Fleetwood Mac

Yesterday, October 13th, the singer posted a TikTok for the first time ever, singing her classic Fleetwood Mac song, Dreams. Fans were happy to see her on the app as she bent down to tie her roller skates, captioning the post with

"Afternoon vibe. Lace 'em up!"

What's With The Cranberry Juice?

@420doggface208

Morning vibe ##420souljahz ##ec ##feelinggood ##h2o ##cloud9 ##happyhippie ##worldpeace ##king ##peaceup ##merch ##tacos ##waterislife ##high ##morning ##710 ##cloud9

♬ Dreams (2004 Remaster) - Fleetwood Mac

In her TikTok, Nicks has a bottle of Ocean Spray cranberry juice next to her. This is because her TikTok is in response to TikTok user @420doggface208 who went viral for his TikTok of himself skateboarding, drinking ocean spray, and singing Dreams. It looks like Stevie Nicks is down with the TikTok humor of 2020!

Shakira Jumps On The Skating Trend

Shakira joins Stevie Nicks in recreating @420doggface208's video. In her version, its a "Morning vibe" and she sips some seltzer instead of cranberry juice.

Here's how fans are reacting:

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