'American Horror Story: Coven' adds Stevie Nicks, the 'white witch'

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stevie-nicks-american-horror-story-coven.jpgOn Wednesday's (Nov. 13) episode of "American Horror Story: Coven," Misty Day gets upset because someone "breaks Stevie," a.k.a. breaks her radio that she uses to play her Stevie Nicks songs.

But later in the season, she'll get to meet the real thing, so that's probably better.

Creator Ryan Murphy tweets, "Guess who's visiting the Coven? The legendary Stevie Nicks!"

Nicks' music, including "Rhiannon," "Sara" and "Leather and Lace," has been used so far to great effect for everyone's favorite swamp witch Misty, who is obsessed with Stevie -- the "white witch," as she calls her.

There were always rumors surrounding Nicks' real-life interest in witchcraft and mysticism, so her music fits right in on the FX drama. But we wonder just how Nicks herself will fit into the world -- will she appear as herself? Will she be a fictionalized version of her real self, one who maybe has witchy powers? Or will she be an actual character?

If she's a fictional character, Nicks definitely looks enough like Lily Rabe to play Misty's mom. Just sayin'.

We cannot wait to see her. "American Horror Story: Coven" airs Wednesday nights at 10 p.m. ET/PT on FX.
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