Stevie Nicks mistakenly referred to Harry Styles as a member of NSYNC on Friday in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame ceremony.
Stevie Nicks appeared to her boy bands mixed Friday after the reference to the One Direction singer Harry Styles as a member of NSYNC on a Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony.
Nicks, 70, was in the Barclays Center in New York to celebrate and was the first woman to 22 men, including all four members of the Beatles to be honored twice by the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame for the different stages of their careers.
Nicks has a four-song set, in which she was assisted on stage by Styles, who filled in for the late Tom Petty on “Stop Draggin’ My Heart.” Styles, also introduced in the rock legend before she addressed the audience.
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Backstage at the ceremony, Nicks spoke about the One Direction singer and how they met.
“Well, we came quite a long time ago, actually,” Nicks said of Styles.
“What I really like about Harry, that he decided to be a solo album from NSYNC,” Nicks pulled out of the crowd of reporters laughed at her reference.
Realizing her error, the “Dreams” singer apologized.
Harry Styles, right, presents an award to Stevie Nicks at the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame ceremony at the Barclays Center on Friday, March 29, 2019 in New York.
“Sorry, I’m never going to live that one down, I know that,” she joked.
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“In One Direction. I liked One Direction too,” she continued.
The Fleetwood Mac singer said Styles “took a risk” in making his solo album and his passion for classic rock music ws impressive.
Captain Stevie Nicks poses in the press room at the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony at the Barclays Center on Friday, March 29, 2019 in New York.
“He just fits in with all of us. He loves music and he loves the entire ’70s and ’80s and ’90s music that he has done all this time,” Nick said of Styles.
Styles was a part of the boy band One Direction, which was founded in 2010. he enjoyed tremendous success until 2016, when they decided to take a break to pursue solo projects.
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The Associated Press contributed to this report.