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Fleetwood Mac fans have spoken of their excitement at seeing Christine McVie reunite with Fleetwood Mac last night in London, when the band performed their classic track 'Don't Stop' at London's O2. See the performance above.
The band had previously confirmed McVie's appearance during their London gigs in the weeks leading up to their three night residency at London's O2 Arena. Singer Stevie Nicks also dedicated the band's track 'Landslide' to former member Peter Green, who was in the audience at their London show.
Members of the audience took to Twitter to reveal McVie received the biggest cheer of the night, while another claimed seeing the performance was the number one this she wanted to tick off her 'bucket list'. Check out fans reactions to last night's Fleetwood Mac show below.
Still buzzing from last nights Fleetwood Mac gig at the O2 Arena in London. The appearance of Christine McVie made it a WOW night— soulman63 (@TonyFuller10) September 26, 2013
Still cannot believe Christine McVie came on stage last night!!!!!!!!!!!— Ciara Murphy (@ciarararmurphy) September 26, 2013
Still ridiculously jubilant after Fleetwood Mac last night. Peter Green in audience, Christine McVie joining them for Don't Stop. MAGICAL.— Becks Boulter (@boultsstudio) September 26, 2013
How good were #FleetwoodMac last night! And how lucky to see Christine McVie back on stage?! WOW no.1 bucket list band✔— Caroline Gorman (@caggy1975) September 26, 2013
Still can't get over what happened last night. Peter Green in the crowd, Christine McVie coming back. Fleetwood Mac were incredible.— Elliot. (@elmoir) September 26, 2013
But will McVie's return to the Mac prompt other artists to reunite? One pop fan is hoping that the London show will spur 90s girlband Eterntal into reuniting:
Come on @LouiseRedknapp, if Christine McVie can get back on stage with Fleetwood Mac you can do it with Eternal! :)— Nic Phillips (@nicphillips83) September 26, 2013
"It's going to be great - Christine's music is so much part of Fleetwood Mac. She's been gone now for many, many years and she's like my sister," said Mick Fleetwood to Gigwise ahead of the show.
"We're going to make her feel comfortable and have fun and I think people will love it. She's always honoured by the nature of her songs and the depth of that. When she decided to leave 14 or 16 years ago, we were sad and thought that maybe she'd come back, but she made that choice."
McVie is set to joing the band again tonight for their third and final night at London's O2 Arena.
Below: 11 stunning shots of Fleetwood Mac live in London
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