Thank goodness. This was getting really old.
After a lot of haterade was spewed on both sides, the Kings of Leon have publicly accepted Glee creator Ryan Murphy's apology over his part in their bitter feud.
To recap, KOL wouldn't let Glee use their music, RM called them "self-centered a-—s," Drummer Nathan Followill followed that up with some homophobic remarks on Twitter, he apologized for them, RM accepted it and apologized back and now we're here.
In an interview the guys had with Rolling Stone, frontman Caleb Followill admitted they hold "no grudges" against the show or Ryan and have moved on from it. He added:
"I’ll just be glad when I can check my Google alerts and don’t have to read anything about us and Glee. That’ll be a wonderful feeling."
We're ready to move on too! Here's hoping we never have to talk about this ever again!
[Image via WENN.]
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