Stevie Nicks, the songstress witch that inspired a million mid-2000s Coachella lewks (seriously, she really missed an opportunity to create a cheap line of shawls and lace-up bodice dresses modeled by Vanessa Hudgens for Target before the festival style switched to oversize 80s neon t-shirts) was recently inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame for the second time. While there are 22 men who have been given the honor, Stevie is the the first woman to have been selected twice; the first time for being Head Witch in Charge (sorry, Christine McVie) of Fleetwood Mac and this time as a solo artist.
Since 2019 is a take no prisoners grab the dirt bags by the balls kind of year, Stevie is HERE for the honor and gave an interview with Rolling Stone that lets us into some of the nuances of her enchantress magic, and yes, it’s just as good as you would expect from the ethereal feathered hair sorceress that is Stevie Nicks.
Fleetwood Mac ditched a sizable chunk off the lineup of their glory days of the 1970s and 80s when they unceremoniously dumped Lindsey Buckingham from the group ahead of their tour this past Fall. Lindsey turned around and sued the remaining members of Fleetwood Mac for $12 million claiming potential lost wages from the tour. Both sides eventually settled on a figure, but the battle must’ve caused a helluva lot of stress on Lindsey, because he just went through emergency open heart surgery that has damaged his vocal cords. It’s uncertain if he will recover.
The fourth season of Real Housewives of Beverly Hills was kind of a treasure (aren’t they all?) in that Kyle Richards was spooked into not flaunting her husband’s real estate company or whatever product she was trying to hawk that hour due to ensuing witchcraft. No, not from a Camille Grammer dinner guest or her in-house medium. It was Carlton Gebbia, noted witch and…well…we’ll keep it at noted witch. She was fired after one season, but she’s now getting attention thanks to her Slytherin House antics. Continue reading
Back in February, somnolent songstress Lana Del Rey posted a cryptic message on Twitter with some dates and the message “ingredients can b found online.” Internet detectives quickly cracked the code and deducted that Lana was referencing a mass binding spell meant to prevent Donald Trump from doing harm. Some of you hags out there must have mixed up your eye of newt with your pubes of a virgin unicorn, because that shit clearly didn’t work.