Stevie Nicks Just Won the “Dreams” Challenge on TikTok

Ever since viral skateboarder Nathan Apodaca posted a TikTok of himself drinking Ocean Spray cranberry juice and vibing to “Dreams” by Fleetwood Mac, the classic song has found new life on social media (even the band approved). As many followed suit, posting their own gliding clips—cranberry juice in hand, the band’s 1977 hit playing in the background—another viral challenge was born. And now Stevie Nicks has joined in to show us all how it’s done.

The music legend and Fleetwood Mac member made her TikTok debut yesterday with her own take on the “Dreams” challenge. But instead of riding a skateboard, she laced up her roller skates at a piano. Don’t worry, she still had an Ocean Spray bottle in the background.

“Afternoon vibe. Lace ’em up!” she captioned the video.

And then, the fan-crazed comments poured in. Even Mick Fleetwood wrote, “SN has arrived!” paired with a few emoji.

Afternoon vibe. Lace ’em up! #Dreams #FleetwoodMac #CranberryDreams @420doggface208

Fleetwood also made his TikTok debut with his own version of the challenge last week, rolling along while sipping on a bottle of juice. “Dreams and Cranberry just hits different,” he wrote in the caption.

@420doggface208 had it right. Dreams and Cranberry just hits different. #Dreams #CranberryDreams #FleetwoodMac

Thanks to its recent viral revival, “Dreams” has reentered the Billboard Hot 100 chart for the first time since 1977, this time scoring the number 21 slot. In the week ending on October 8, the track also earned its best streaming and download sales ever.

Legend has it that Nicks wrote “Dreams” in only 10 minutes. During recording sessions at Record Plant in Sausalito, California, she would steal away to an unused studio down the hall built for Sly Stone, per Rolling Stone.

“It was a black-and-red room, with a sunken pit in the middle where there was a piano, and a big black-velvet bed with Victorian drapes,” she told Blender in 2005. “I sat down on the bed with my keyboard in front of me. I found a drum pattern, switched my little cassette player on and wrote ‘Dreams’ in about 10 minutes.”

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