Rumor has it that two vocal powerhouses met in London on Wednesday, May 27. The ever-elusive Adele took to Twitter on Wednesday evening to share a rare photo of herself with none other than Stevie Nicks.
The British performer, 27, found herself in the presence of the rock idol when Nicks' band Fleetwood Mac took the stage at London's O2 Arena for the latest stop on the ongoing On with the Show world tour. Adele cozies up to Nicks, 67, in the sweet shot, grinning as the two blonde singers pose in head-to-toe black.
"So...tonight was THE best night of my life," the "Rolling in the Deep" singer tweeted. "I love you Stevie Nicks!! The queen of melodies! Thanks for everything x."
According to UK music mag NME, Nicks acknowledged Adele during the show, telling the crowd of the Grammy winner, "I told her, 'You're going to be me in 40 years. You're going to still be up onstage doing what you're doing because of your songwriting.'" Nicks then reportedly dedicated her performance of the 1970s classic "Landslide" to the "Skyfall" singer.
Adele, who continues to ready her long-awaited third studio album, was hardly the only star at Fleetwood Mac's packed show. The veteran musicians, who are making stops in big cities around the globe through November, were also visited last night by Florence Welch, and Harry Styles with his sister Gemma and mother Anne.
Sources tell Us Weekly that Styles and his family spent time with Nicks backstage at the O2. The One Direction star baked a birthday cake at his home and brought it to the "Stop Draggin' My Heart Around" singer, who celebrated her 67th birthday on Tuesday, May 26.