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The TRUTH about those STEVIE NICKS preternaturally enhanced witchy whispers!
After Fleetwood Mac singer Stevie Nicks spent years denying she was a witch, she’s NOW a card-carrying minister!
Nicks was ordained by the Universal Life Church and recently officiated at the wedding of “A Thousand Miles” singer Vanessa Carlton and rocker John McCauley of the band Deer Tick.
The couple tied the knot on Dec. 27 in front of Nicks, who wore a wreath of flowers in her hair.
“Married! Thank you to the honorable Rev. Stevie Nicks for doin’ us the deed!!!” McCauley posted on his Instagram page.
Nicks’ new gig is particularly ironic since rumors ran rampant in the 1980s that she was among the world’s most powerful witches.
She sparked that talk by often performing in billowy black dresses and cobwebby shawls, and her songs are copyrighted under the name Welsh Witch Music.
The “witchy” rumors recently resurfaced after a character on the popular TV series “American Horror Story: Coven” announced flat-out that Nicks was a famous witch.
While it may seem odd that Nicks chose a righteous new path at age 65, there are plenty of other Hollywood stars who’ve also been ordained on the Internet.
“The Voice” judge Blake Shelton got ordained online and officiated the October wedding of Pistol Annies singer Ashley Moore and pro baseball player John Danks.
He also was set to join Kelly Clarkson and Brandon Blackstock in matrimony before they changed plans and had a small, intimate ceremony.
Other ordained celebrities include Tori Spelling, Conan O’Brien, Sharon Stone, Barbra Streisand, Wendy Williams, Tony Danza, Goldie Hawn, Courtney Love, Paul McCartney, Nicole Richie, Jeff Probst, Doris Day, Joan Rivers, Jason Segel, Debbie Reynolds AND Playboy’s Hugh Hefner!