Almost six months after Christine McVie died, Stevie Nicks is opening up about grieving her former Fleetwood Mac bandmate’s dying. In line with a video shared on Twitter, Stevie supplied an replace on how she’s doing throughout her live performance on Monday in Atlanta. Particularly, Stevie thanked Taylor Swift for certainly one of her more moderen songs that helped her course of the lack of Christine. “Thanks to Taylor Swift for doing a favor for me, and that’s, writing a tune known as ‘You are on Your Personal, Child,'” Stevie mentioned on the live performance, based on the video. “That’s the unhappiness of how I really feel,” Stevie mentioned of the tune’s message and the way it pertains to Christine’s dying, noting she and her former collaborator “weren’t telephone buddies.” “We would return to Fleetwood Mac, and we would stroll in and simply be like, ‘Little sister, how are you?’ Stevie mentioned. “It was like by no means a minute had handed. By no means an argument in our whole 47 years. By no means. So when it was the 2 of us, the 2 of us had been on our personal, children,” she mentioned. Just like the message in Taylor’s tune, Stevie is studying to be on her personal with out Christine. “We at all times had been, and now I am having to be taught to be by myself, child, on my own.” Following Christine’s dying final yr, Stevie put out a press release. “Just a few hours in the past I used to be instructed that my finest buddy in the entire world because the first day of 1975, had handed away,” she wrote, noting that she’d hoped to sing Haim’s tune “Hallelujah” to Christine however did not get the chance to take action. This is not the primary time Stevie has spoken positively of Taylor. In 2010, the duo carried out collectively on the Grammys, singing “Rhiannon” by Fleetwood Mac and “You Belong With Me?” by Taylor.