Stevie Nicks sends Harry Styles-inspired message of support amid coronavirus crisis
Stevie Nicks, the iconic musician best known for her work as the songwriter and vocalist with Fleetwood Mac, has sent a message of support to her fans amid the current coronavirus pandemic.
The ongoing pandemic of coronavirus disease was first officially identified in December 2019 in Wuhan, the capital of Hubei in China. As of March 23rd, more than 342,410 cases of COVID-19 have been officially confirmed but the actual number is thought to be much higher due to substantial under-reporting of cases.
With more than 14,762 people having died from the virus, COVID-19 has now spread into more than 180 other countries—including mainland Europe, South America and North America. Given the exponential growth in cases in countries like Italy, Spain and the UK, the WHO have now stated that Europe was the current centre of the pandemic.
Nicks, who has confirmed her intention to self-isolate as the government steps up its prevention to the virus, has sent out a message to her fans. “Dear everyone,” the post on social media post begins. “I know you are doing everything you can to help the situation we are all in. I am staying with my Goddaughters and my assistant Karen—and all our dogs—Lily, Luna and Mana—trying to think of creative things to do.”
Nicks added: “I am getting all my paintings and drawings out—listening to music (mostly Harry Styles’ ‘Fine Line’) and being inspired by him to write some new songs and poetry.”
The Fleetwood Mac singer then offers a poem as a means of advice to her fans:
Just dance, This will pass. Love will find a way, It always does