Gwyneth Paltrow ends 'Glee' feud: Ryan Murphy, Kings of Leon make peace

gwyneth-paltrow-country-strong-premiere.jpgJust call Gwyneth Paltrow peacemaker.

The "Glee" guest star is reportedly responsible for dampening the fiery feud between Ryan Murphy and Kings of Leon.

The ridiculous dramatic battle between "Glee's" co-creator and the band began when Kings of Leon refused the show's request to include their hit "Use Somebody" in an episode. Murphy of course, attacked the band in an expletive driven rant calling them "self centered" and accusing them of hating on arts education.

Group member Caleb Followill responded diplomatically, explaining that the band often refuses similar requests and it wasn't personal. Nathan Followill however, took to Twitter telling Murphy to "buy a new bra."

According to The Hollywood Reporter, Paltrow threw herself into the mix, arranging a truce via texts between the two parties. Reportedly everyone apologized and "it's all good now."

So good in fact, Darren Criss and Chord Overstreet dropped by the Kings of Leon private Grammys after-party, where Criss was spotted putting his twist on "Sex on Fire." Now that's something we'd like to hear. 
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