It's been a turbulent ride, but we're glad there is finally peace.
It's no secret to anyone that there is very bad blood between the creators of Glee and the Kings of Leon. There's been all kinds of nastiness said on either side of the line, but tensions came to a head about a month ago when King's drummer Nathan Followill spewed some particulary hateful venom at creator Ryan Murphy. We thought after that there would be no salvaging a relationship.
However, we forgot about the undeniable force that is Gwyneth Paltrow. Sources report that while Gwyn was back at McKinely High filming her latest guest-appearance last week, she mediated a truce between Ryan and the band via text messages. We're told that both sides apologized and that everything is "all good now." In fact, if you were at KOL’s private after-Grammy party at Trousdale, you would have thought the band was downright chummy with the show, as Darren Criss and Chord Overstreet were invited to join in the festivities. Darren even belted out a cover of the band's Sex On Fire. (Video, anyone? Please send to us immediately!)
Like we said, we're all about rising above and we're glad to hear that this feud is pretty much put to rest.
Just don't expect Chord to be singing Use Somebody anytime soon. We still don't think they are on that good of terms.
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