Stevie Nicks sings in TikTok debut with nod to viral 'Dreams' video

Stevie Nicks' TikTok debut is straight out of our "Dreams."

The Fleetwood Mac songstress, 72, joined TikTok Tuesday with an ode to the viral video of a user listening to the song "Dreams" while skateboarding and drinking a bottle of juice.

The video sensation started last month with Nathan Apodaca (@420doggface208), 37, who shot his joyful, original selfie video skateboarding down an Idaho highway. Wearing a grey hoodie, Apodaca was drinking Ocean Spray Cran-Raspberry juice out of the bottle and lip syncing to Fleetwood Mac’s 1977 hit.

In Nicks' video, we first see someone tying up a pair of roller skates while singing along to "Dreams." As the video pans up, Nicks looks at the camera and continues singing along with the track.

"Afternoon vibe. Lace 'em up!" she captioned the video along with the hashtags #Dreams, #FleetwoodMac and #CranberryDreams. She also tagged the trend's creator. 

As of Wednesday morning, Nicks' video has garnered more than 2.5 million likes and more than 50,000 comments. And during her short time on the video app, she's gained more than 745,000 followers.

Nicks isn't the first Fleetwood Mac member to pay homage to the trend.

Mick Fleetwood, the band's co-founder, 73, recreated the viral sensation with a carefree video last Sunday, lipsyncing to the classic song while swigging juice.

Fleetwood emphasized the lyrics, "It's only right that you should play the way you feel it."

"@420doggface208 had it right. Dreams and Cranberry just hits different," he wrote in the video caption. 

"Had way too much fun with this!!" Fleetwood wrote on his Instagram account.

The official Fleetwood Mac Twitter account had already embraced Apodaca's TikTok video, tweeting "We love this!" on Sept. 26.

Billboard reports that "Dreams," the band's lone No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100, experienced a spike in sales and streams tied to the viral video.

For the three-day period of Sept. 25-27, "Dreams" racked up 2.9 million on-demand U.S. streams and 3000 in digital download sales — numbers up 88.7% and 374%, respectively, from their totals in the prior three-day periods, Billboard reported. The song also climbed as high as No. 24 on Spotify's U.S. Daily chart on Sept. 27.

Contributing: Bryan Alexander

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