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Stevie Nicks will return to star in "American Horror Story: Apocalypse"

Creator of the American Horror Story series, Ryan Murphy has confirmed that Stevie Nicks will be making a comeback for the upcoming season "AHS: Apocalypse". 

She has previously made an appearance in the third season "AHS: Coven" as herself. The episode was inspired by the real-life accusations of Stevie Nicks being involved with witchcraft. She starred in the season's 10th episode titled "The Magical Delights of Stevie Nicks". Two songs, "Has Anyone Ever Written Anything for You?" and "Rhiannon", were featured in the same episode.

You can watch the video below of her appearance in the show. Warning, it contains spoilers.

Veteran AHS actresses Jessica Lange, Lily Rabe and many others will also return for the new series. In "AHS: Coven", the character of Misty Day (Rabe) was directly inspired by Stevie Nicks' mystical gypsy style and on-stage persona. 

Murphy once told Entertainment Weekly that he grew up listening to songs like "Rhiannon" and "Gypsy", which led to a special episode of his other show "Glee", a musical drama series, which featured many of Fleetwood Mac songs and Stevie Nicks herself.

"American Horror Story: Apocalypse" is set to premiere on 12th September.

Watch her perform "Seven Wonders" below:

You can watch the trailer for "AHS: Apocalypse" below.