Trent Reznor has two words for the Grammys after they cut his performance short: "F--- you."
Check out the best and worst Grammy performances
On Sunday night, the Nine Inch Nails singer, along with Fleetwood Mac singer/guitarist Lindsey Buckingham, Dave Grohl and Josh Homme, closed the show with a performance of "Copy of A." But the performance was abruptly cut short when the credits began rolling. Reznor immediately took to Twitter to air his frustration.
The original witchy woman, Stevie Nicks, is coming to American Horror Story: Coven. Showrunner Ryan Murphy tweeted about Nicks' upcoming guest appearance Tuesday, and while details are still scarce, it's clear that Stevie has been preparing herself for the role throughout her entire 40-plus-year career. Here are 13 times the Fleetwood Mac front-woman auditioned for a part on American Horror Story and didn't even realize it.
John McVie, Stevie Nicks
Fleetwood Mac is canceling upcoming tour dates in Australia and New Zealand because bassist and founding member John McVie will be receiving treatment for cancer, the band announced Sunday.