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Harry Styles duets with Stevie Nicks at LA concert; album heading for huge sales week 

Harley Weir

Harry Styles is having a pretty good weekend.
On Friday night, the singer performed at L.A.'s Troubadour club in a surprise charity gig, and his special guest was none other than rock legend Stevie Nicks, reports Variety.  Harry has said that Stevie's group Fleetwood Mac was a huge influence on the sound of his self-titled solo debut, and he told Rolling Stone that he even showed up to one of the band's gigs with a carrot cake for Stevie.
According to Variety, Harry and Stevie sang his song "Two Ghosts," as well as Fleetwood Mac's classic "Landslide" and Stevie's "Leather and Lace," originally a duet with Don Henley.  Harry bowed down to Stevie, who he called "The Queen of Everything," and added, "I am losing my s**t in a cool way."

As if that weren't enough, Variety reports that Harry's album is expected to debut at #1 on the Billboard chart with a whopping 230,000 copies sold in its first week.  That's quite a bit more than the 157,000 copies Harry's former One Direction bandmate Zayn Malik sold with his solo debut, Mind of Mine, last year, according to Variety.

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