Fleetwood Mac

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Guess who's getting back together for the umpteenth time?

Appearing on Wednesday's edition of CBS This Morning, Fleetwood Mac frontwoman Stevie Nicks announced that the classic rockers are planning to reunite for a trek that will kick off in 2013.

So much for going their own way.

"Next year, so far," confirmed the 64-year-old Nicks. "It's the plan. Because that's what we do. I do my thing. And Lindsey is out doing his thing right now."

We assume Stevie must be referring to her hilarious cameo in a recent episode of Up All Night opposite Maya Rudolph and Christina Applegate in addition to plugging her first solo album in 10 years, In Your Dreams, on last season's Glee.

By Lindsey, of course, the twirling songstress means Fleetwood Mac's singer-guitarist Lindsey Buckingham, who's currently on a solo tour this summer. They'll be joined by the band's eponymous drummer and founder, Mick Fleetwood, along with bassist John McVie (whose ex-wife, keyboardist Christine McVie, retired permanently from the Mac in 1998).

The last time Fleetwood Mac toured together was in 2009. Alas, one former member who won't be around for the reunion is former guitarist Bob Welch, who committed suicide last month in Nashville at the age of 65.

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