Dianna Agron was moved to tears when Stevie Nicks visited the "Glee" set earlier this month after the singer delivered a moving speech about the importance of music in schools.
The actress and her co-stars were left awestruck when the Fleetwood Mac legend arrived for a day on the set of the high school series last week. Nicks revealed to the cast she would have been a teacher had she not been a musician – and Agron was overcome with emotion when the star gave her motivating talk.
She tells Entertainment Tonight, "We had the pleasure of Stevie Nicks being on set… she kind of made us all cry because she came and she said, ';If I hadn't been a musician, I would have been a teacher. And I would've hoped to send this message to kids – that although there are very important things like math and science and learning, you know, kind of the things that get you through life, there's also you need to find joy. And whether that's through music or dance or things like that, you need to have outlets in your life.'"
Stay tuned to Cambio Connect for an interview with Dianna. We recently had the chance to sit down with her and the cast of I Am Number Four.
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