Leighton Meester has shown off her tremendous vocal chops in the past—ahem, Country Strong—so it should come as no surprise that she would cover a hit tune effortlessly.
The 27-year-old actress appears in a music video with her pal Dana Williams and the duo croon an acoustic version of Fleetwood Mac's timeless track "Dreams."
Meester and Williams strum their guitars and belt out the heartfelt lyrics as they sit by a pool. The singers both shine during their solos and wow with perfect and tight harmonies.
Fleetwood Mac would be proud of these two!
Speaking of the iconic British-American rock band, all five members reunited for the first time after 15 years and announced their comeback tour on Thursday.
"I think that can be said with a definite capital 'Yes,'" Christine McVie told Carson Daly about her return to the group on Today.
The British keyboardist and singer quit the Grammy Award-winning band in 1988 to lead a quiet life in the English countryside. She hadn't performed with the band since 1998 until she joined her former group onstage in London last fall to sing their showstopper "Don't Stop."
"Walking out in London was sensational," the 70-year-old said.
McVie, who co-wrote some of Fleetwood Mac's biggest hits including "Little Lies," "Say You Love Me" and of course, "Don't Stop," will re-join bandmates Stevie Nicks, Lindsey Buckingham, John McVie and Mick Fleetwood on their tour, On with the Show, this fall. They will also perform on Today Oct. 9.
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