Fleetwood Mac star Stevie Nicks enjoyed a secret three-year affair with The Eagles star JOE WALSH and describes the guitarist as her "great, great love".
The rock chick was known to have been romantically involved with bandmates Mick Fleetwood and Lindsey Buckingham and Eagles star Don Henley - but Nicks only revealed her fling with Walsh during an interview with a British newspaper.
She tells the Telegraph, "My great, great love was Joe Walsh. 1983 to 1986. I fell in love with Joe at first sight from across the room, in the bar at the Mansions Hotel in Dallas. I looked at him and I walked across the room and I sat on teh bar stool next to him, and two seconds later I crawled into his lap, and that was it.
"We were probably the perfect, complete, crazy pair. He was the one that I would have married, and that I would probably have changed my life around for."
Their romance ended because of their drug addictions and Nicks adds, "We were a couple on the way to hell."
"(Walsh disappeared to Australia) to get away from me. He thought - or so I'm told by my friends - that one of us was going to die, and the other person would not be able to save them. And I did think I was going to die. It took me a long time to get over it - if I ever got over it. There was no other man in the world for me. And it's the same today, even though Joe is married and has two sons."