NEW YORK, Sept. 26 (UPI) -- Singer Stevie Nicks opened up about her pregnancy with ex-boyfriend Don Henley, and said if she had a baby girl, she would have been Sara.
She also discussed her tumultuous past and her stints in rehab, including the time her doctor told her if she snorted another line of cocaine, she'd have a brain hemorrhage.
"The [Mabel Normand] documentary really scared me, because I saw this beautiful girl go downhill so fast. Sometimes you can't see it in yourself, but you sure as heck can see it in someone else. And suicide was never my MO. I'm basically a happy person," said Nicks.
Nicks said she wrote the song "Mabel Normand" after seeing the documentary in 1985, and checked into rehab at the Betty Ford Center less than a year later.
Nicks' new album 24 Karat Gold - Songs From the Vault will hit shelves Oct. 7.