American Horror Story Coven Update: Stevie Nicks Talks About Her Spooky Witchy Cameo Role
By Staff Writer | January 09, 2014 07:48 AM EST
Despite her convincing performance on the latest episode of 'American Horror Story: Coven', rocker Stevie Nicks still will not prefer to be a full-time actress. For Nicks, actresses go through a lot of things which she wants to stay away from. Nonetheless, it does not stop her from talking about her experience working with the cast of 'American Horror Story: Coven'.
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"I did get a chance to really watch Jessica Lange and really watch Emma Roberts who is evil, in the best sort of way. And Jessica Lange's just like, awesome," says Nicks about her experience during the episode 'The Magical Delights of Stevie Nicks'.
Jessica Lange's character Fiona brought the 65-year-old singer to New Orleans so that she could meet Misty.
As someone who doesn't really have a penchant for horror flicks, what made her say "yes" to 'American Horror Story: Coven's' offer of a cameo role?
"I'm sewn in and there's no getting out now. It's pretty fantastic. Yes, it's about witchcraft and all those crazy things, but it is still seen through the eyes of a fairytale. As long as it's seen through the eyes of a fairytale, I'm good with it," she said.
The 'Edge of Seventeen' songstress likewise admitted that she was very nervous for her first day of shooting as the White Witch. She acknowledged the whole cast as well as director Alfonso Gomez-Rejon for reassuring her that she could pull off the role.
For Nicks, creator Ryan Murphy is pretty much the reason why 'American Horror Story: Coven' is a hit: "Ryan is a mad genius. Why I relate to ('Coven'), and why I relate to 'Glee,' is because I think that Ryan just writes about misfits. Whether they're kids that don't fit in high school or whether they're witches that don't fit into society."
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