Before she launched into “Landslide,” Nicks told the sold-out crowd at Wembley Stadium, “I’d like to dedicate this to my little muse, Harry Styles, who brought his mother tonight. Her name is Anne. And I think you did a really good job raising Harry, Anne. Because he’s really a gentleman, sweet and talented, and, boy, that appeals to me. So all of you, this is for you.”
But talking to Rolling Stone, Nicks said that loved Harry and was “so happy” he “made a rock & roll record—he could have made a pop record and that would have been the easy way for him. But I guess he decided he wanted to be born in 1948, too—he made a record that was more like 1975.”
She’d had her eye on Styles’ burgeoning solo talents for awhile by then, however.